Archive for March 10th, 2014

Mar. 10 2014

Tenor Michael Fabiano leads Washington Concert Opera’s ‘Il Corsaro’

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The young tenor Michael Fabiano gave Washington Concert Opera reason to put on minor Verdi work.

Mar. 10 2014

A unique sound

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It’s all too easy to take something for granted when it is right on your doorstep. As I was listening to the Baltimore Choral Arts Society’s generous program ranging from Madrigals to Musicals yesterday afternoon, I realized afresh what a fine ensemble it is. Tom Hall – who interspersed his delicious commentary throughout the program […]

Mar. 10 2014

Monday 3/10/14 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM American Music Alan Gilbert, conductor Joshua Bell, violin Rouse: Prospero’s Rooms Bernstein: Serenade After Plato’s Symposium Ives: Symphony No 4

Mar. 10 2014

Playlist: Mar/10/14

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10:58 PM Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco — Sea Murmurs Xue-Wei, violinPamela Nicholson,pianoASV, 2105 10:22 PM Sir Arthur Sullivan — The Tempest: Incidental Music Conductor: Micheal SternEnsemble: Kansas City SymphonyReference, 115 10:07 PM Johann Sebastian Bach — Harpsichord Concerto No. 4 Key: AConductor: Andrew ManzeEnsemble: Academy of Ancient MusicRichard Egarr, harpsichordHarm Mundi, 907284 10:01 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart […]

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