Archive for June 12th, 2014
The Washington Chorus and Choral Arts Society formed a mega-chorus for “Made in America” at the KenCen.
Everyman Theatre can always be counted on to “engage, inspire, and transform” as their motto has it, and their current production of “Tribes,” running through June 22nd, is no exception. You can read my review of the play for the online magazine, MONOLOGGING, here. […]
Richard Wagner’s Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin; Richard Wagner’s “Einsam in truben Tagen”(Elsa’s Dream) from Lohengrin; Richard Wagner’s “Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral” from Lohengrin; Richard Wagner’s “Siegfried’s Funeral March” from Gotterdammerung; Richard Wagner’s “Chorus of the Norwegian Sailors” from The Flying Dutchman; Richard Wagner’s “O du, mein holder Abendstern” (Song of the Evening […]
A life that began in Franco’s Spain led Mr. Frühbeck to a career conducting dozens of major orchestras.
The thought of replacing orchestral musicians with digital sounds has prompted at least one strongly worded warning and forced some performers to make a difficult decision.
An alluring array of sounds with a German-Brazilian theme filled St. Paul’s German Lutheran Church in Manhattan as part of the Chelsea Music Festival.
10:19 PM Sergei Rachmaninoff — Cello Sonata Key: gOpus: 19Stephen Kates,celloCarolyn Pope Kobler,pianoBainbridge, 6272 9:49 PM Johann Nepomuk Hummel — Piano Concerto Key: aOpus: 85Conductor: Bryden ThomsonEnsemble: English Chamber OrchestraStephen Hough, pianoChandos, 8507 9:06 PM Jean Sibelius — Symphony No. 1 Key: eOpus: 39Conductor: Leonard BernsteinEnsemble: Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraDG/Archiv, 435351 8:31 PM Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky […]