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Apr. 21 2015

Playlist: Apr/21/15

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10:53 PM Sergei Rachmaninoff — Moment Musicale No. 3 Key: bOpus: 16Awadagin Pratt,pianoAngel/EMI, 55293 10:13 PM Antonin Dvorak — Symphony No. 8 Key: GOpus: 88Conductor: Vaclav NeumannEnsemble: Czech Philharmonic OrchestraSupraphon, 3705 10:08 PM Sir Edward Elgar — Salut d’amour (Love’s Greeting) Opus: 12Conductor: John WilsonEnsemble: Royal Liverpool PhilharmonicAvie, 2194 9:39 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — […]

Apr. 20 2015

Peter Oundjian in Technicolor

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Musorgsky, Pictures at an Exhibition, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, P. Oundjian (TSO, 2008)
Charles T. Downey, Guest conductor sets a fast tempo for Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Washington Post, April 20)
It can be a fine line between energetic enthusiasm and manic excess, especially with the sonic resources of the modern orchestra brought to bear. In his guest appearance with the Baltimore

Apr. 20 2015

Playlist: Apr/20/15

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10:28 PM Leos Janacek — Jenufa: Suite Conductor: Peter BreinerEnsemble: New Zealand Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 8570555 10:23 PM Johannes Brahms — Hungarian Dance No. 1 Key: gConductor: Sakari OramoEnsemble: Royal Stockholm PhilharmonicDaniel Hope, violinDG/Archiv, 15312 10:00 PM Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky — Sleeping Beauty: Suite Opus: 66Conductor: Herbert von KarajanEnsemble: Vienna Philharmonic OrchestraLondon, 473171 9:34 PM Jules […]

Apr. 19 2015

Review: Andris Nelsons Makes New York Debut as Boston Symphony Leader

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Mr. Nelsons and the orchestra performed three programs over three nights at Carnegie Hall, the last ending with Mahler’s 80-minute Sixth Symphony.

Apr. 19 2015

Reviews: Ian Bostridge, Tenet and Tallis Scholars in Performance

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A concert at the Park Avenue Armory acknowledged the centenary of World War I; the ambitious early-music group Tenet explored ‘concerto delle donne; and the Tallis Scholars were joined by a powerful chorus.

Apr. 19 2015

Perchance to Stream: Cherry Blossom Edition

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Here is your regular Sunday selection of links to online audio and online video from the week gone by. After clicking to an audio or video stream, you may need to press the “Play” button to start the broadcast. Some of these streams become unavailable after a few days.
Watch Juan Diego Flórez and friends (Anna Bonitatibus, Ildar Abdrazakov, Vittorio Grigolo, Luca Pisaroni, and others), at the

Apr. 19 2015

Playlist: Apr/19/15

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8:26 PM Edvard Grieg — Piano Concerto Key: aOpus: 16Conductor: Riccardo ChaillyEnsemble: Berlin Radio Symphony Orch.Jorges Bolet, pianoLondon, 417112 8:00 PM Darius Milhaud — Saudades do Brasil Opus: 67Conductor: Bernard HerrmannEnsemble: London Festival PlayersLondon, 443897 6:32 PM Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach — Harpsichord Concerto Key: EConductor: Mario BernardiEnsemble: CBC Vancouver OrchestraColin Tilney, harpsichordCBC(RCI), 5168 6:18 […]

Apr. 18 2015

Anna Clyne, a Composer Who Creates With Images

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Ms. Clyne is the subject of the Miller Theater’s final Composers Portrait of the season on Thursday.

Apr. 18 2015

Playlist: Apr/18/15

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8:26 PM Robert Schumann — Dichterliebe Opus: 48Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.Vladimir Horowitz, pianoCBS/Sony, 46743 8:08 PM Dmitri Shostakovich — Spanish Songs Opus: 100Mikhail Lukonin, baritoneYuri SerovDelos, 3304 8:02 PM Ludwig van Beethoven — Adelaide Opus: 46Fritz Wunderlich, tenorHubert Giesen, pianoDG/Archiv, 435145 7:54 PM Richard Rodgers — Carousel Waltz Michael Sheppard, pianoHarm Mundi, 907475 7:01 PM Sir […]

Apr. 17 2015

Review: Cantata Profana’s Indefinable ‘Dreams and Visions’

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The ensemble performed a diverse repertory that included Schoenberg’s String Quartet No. 2 at Symphony Space’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia.

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