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The violinist Noah Bendix-Bagley and the pianist Orion Weiss played Brahms, Janacek and an especially vivid Strauss sonata at this floating venue in Brooklyn.
#morninglistening to 1st Advent Cantatas w/Rilling on @HaensslerMusic
#classical #classic… https://t.co/UdvgCZpyhr pic.twitter.com/IjBweZiEl6— Jens F. Laurson (@ClassicalCritic) November 29, 2015
J.S.Bach, Advent & Christmas Cantatas
H.Rilling / Gärchinger Kantorei & Bach-Collegium Stuttgart
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.
As I have said before, a stop in the cathedral of Paris to hear Olivier Latry play the organ is a must-do for any visitor to that
Dedicated to the creation and presentation of American music, Copland House will present “American Mavericks” on Dec. 6, in Westchester.
His latest work, the piano concerto “Split,” will have its premiere on Dec. 10 at David Geffen Hall.
It has just been informally announced that Hänssler CLASSIC, which was recently, partially merged with PROFIL Hänssler (see “Merger Reunites Classical Music Labels Of Father And Son” on Forbes.com), will continue the wildly imaginative, musically successful Haydn Symphony cycle that Thomas Fey and the Heidelberger Sinfoniker had been working on for the last few years. Yay!
Fey (*1960), who
Rona London reviews her pick for Book of the Day:
Today’s Book of the Day is Katherine Applegate’s Crenshaw.
Swiss director Luc Bondy has died, age 67, after a protracted illness. Likely best known in the United States as the director of a disastrous Tosca at the Metropolitan Opera, he was director of the Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe since 2012. Armelle Heliot has an appreciation (Luc Bondy, la mort du phénix, November 28) in Le Figaro (my translation):
There was something of an unending childhood about
Mr. Silverstein, a conductor and violinist, joined the orchestra as its youngest player in 1955 before becoming its ninth concertmaster in 1962.
Daniil Trifonov, newly on the New York Philharmonic board, played the Third Piano Concerto in a program with “Symphonic Dances,” led by Ludovic Morlot.