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Mar. 26 2015

Playlist: Mar/26/15

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10:56 PM Tommaso Giordani — Caro Mio Ben Ensemble: Budapest StringsLaserLight, 15673 10:27 PM Johann Sebastian Bach — Cello Suite No. 4 Key: E-Flat Lynn Harrell, celloLondon, 414163 10:21 PM Gioacchino Rossini — Il Signor Bruschino Overture Conductor: Ondrej LenardEnsemble: Slovak Philharmonic OrchestraCBS/Sony, 62015 9:49 PM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Piano Concerto No. 20 Key: […]

Mar. 25 2015

Review: Nikolai Lugansky Plays Schubert and Tchaikovsky

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Mr. Lugansky’s recital at the 92nd Street Y included the rare and the overwrought.

Mar. 25 2015

American Ballet Theater, 1940s Ballet Triple-Bill

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Xiomara Reyes (Cowgirl) and cast, Rodeo, American Ballet Theater
Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring, heard as a concert work, did not really mean much to me until I saw Martha Graham’s choreography live. The same is now true of Copland’s Rodeo, thanks to a rare performance of Agnes de Mille’s original choreography, from 1942, by American Ballet Theater in the latest of the group’s periodic

Mar. 25 2015

Playlist: Mar/25/15

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10:51 PM Muzio Clementi — Overture Key: DConductor: Francesco La VecchiaEnsemble: Rome Symphony OrchestraNaxos, 573071 10:19 PM Felix Mendelssohn — Octet Key: E-Flat Opus: 20Ensemble: Sejong Soloistscanary, 8 10:13 PM Max von Schillings — Dance of the Flowers Conductor: Jan StulenEnsemble: Kolner Rundfunk Sinfonie Orch.CPO, 999233 9:35 PM Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov — Symphony No. 1 Key: […]

Mar. 24 2015

Motets of the Bach Family

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Motets of the Bach Family, Tölzer Knabenchor, G. Schmidt-Gaden (Capriccio, 2010)Charles T. Downey, Marking Johann Sebastian’s birthday with a tribute to the Bach family (Washington Post, March 24)
Johann Sebastian Bach belonged to a large family of musicians spanning two centuries. With a concert of motets by five composers named Bach, the Washington Bach Consort honored its namesake’s

Mar. 24 2015

Playlist: Mar/24/15

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10:48 PM Johannes Brahms — Three Chorale Preludes (arr. Winds) Opus: 122Conductor: Frederick FennellEnsemble: Philharmonia a VentElf, 1010 10:37 PM Georg Philipp Telemann — Concerto for Flute, Violin, and Strings Key: eConductor: Manfredo KraemerEnsemble: Les Boreades de MontrealFrancis Colpron, fluteManfredo Kraemer,violinAtma, 2193 9:53 PM Karl Goldmark — Rustic Wedding Symphony Key: E-Flat Opus: 26Conductor: Stephen […]

Mar. 23 2015

How David Geffen’s $100 Million Lincoln Center Gift Came Together

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Some in the world of cultural philanthropy question whether Mr. Geffen’s gift is large enough to warrant the renaming of such a prominent building.

Mar. 23 2015

Review: National Council Auditions Winners Named at Grand Finals Concert

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Five up-and-coming singers received $15,000 prizes at the Metropolitan Opera’s annual competition.

Mar. 23 2015

Review: David Kaplan Riffs on Schumann’s Spirit

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The pianist David Kaplan played “New Dances of the League of David” at Le Poisson Rouge, in homage to Schumann.

Mar. 23 2015

Review: Schubert and Schnittke, a Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Concert

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The pianist Juho Pohjonen, the violinist Benjamin Beilman and the cellist Jan Vogler explored the relationship between two composers more than a century apart.

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