Archive for April 18th, 2014

Apr. 18 2014

After longest labor dispute in U.S. orchestral history, Osmo Vänskä considers his options

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Many opportunities await the face of the longest, most acrimonious labor dispute in U.S. orchestral history.

Apr. 18 2014

In the City, a Fresh, Crisp Breath of Summer From the Mountains

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Graduates, faculty and performers from the Aspen Music Festival brought a taste of the summer program there to SubCulture on Wednesday.

Apr. 18 2014

A Cozy Foursome, United in Rough-Hewed Harmony

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The Manhattan String Quartet performed in “100 Years of the String Quartet” at the Tenri Cultural Institute on Wednesday.

Apr. 18 2014

Playlist: Apr/18/14

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11:38 PM John Adams — On the Transmigration of Souls Conductor: Robert SpanoEnsemble: Atlanta Symphony Orchestraand ChorusTelarc, 80673 11:27 PM Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky — Cherevichki: Overture Conductor: Evgeny SvetlanovEnsemble: USSR State Sym. Orch.Melodiya, 1000411 11:08 PM George Gershwin — An American in Paris Conductor: James JuddEnsemble: New Zealand Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 8559107 11:00 PM Georges Bizet […]

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