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Sep. 15 2014

A Hip Basement Plays Host to Mozart and Mendelssohn

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It was a classical music night at SubCulture, a performance space on Bleecker Street, as the pianist Weiyin Chen teamed up with the Camerata RCO players from Amsterdam.

Sep. 14 2014

This Is Your Music on Lots of Caffeine

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The chamber band Alarm Will Sound helped celebrate Nonesuch Records’ 50th anniversary, part of the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival.

Sep. 14 2014

One Generation of Composers, Three Orchestral Suites

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The 4×4 Baroque Music Festival presented “The Grand Overture,” vibrant performances of orchestral suites at St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan.

Sep. 14 2014

Like Handel and Bach, a Pair of Contemporaries

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Steve Reich and Philip Glass, pioneers of Minimalism, collaborated for three concerts celebrating the 50th anniversary of Nonesuch Records.

Sep. 13 2014

A Visceral Fusion of Film and Music

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For the second year, the New York Philharmonic eases back into a new season with “The Art of the Score: Film Week at the Philharmonic.”

Sep. 13 2014

Andris Nelsons Gets Ready to Lead the Boston Symphony

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On Sept. 27, Mr. Nelsons will make his first appearance in Boston as the orchestra’s music director, taking his place in a youth movement that has swept across American podiums.

Sep. 11 2014

Who Said ‘Massive’ and ‘Foreboding’ Can’t Be Enjoyable?

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The organist Paul Jacobs told a Juilliard audience that he holds the “difficult” composer Max Reger “near and dear to my heart.”

Sep. 08 2014

Philharmonic to Raise Funds for 2019 Renovation

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The target date for Avery Fisher Hall’s renovation is now 2019, and the New York Philharmonic is planning a campaign to raise its share of the costs and double its endowment.

Sep. 08 2014

Striving for a Delicate Balance, Even in Times of Change

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The Cassatt String Quartet’s performance at Bargemusic on Sunday was a program of works by Dvorak, Beethoven and Franck.

Sep. 07 2014

Peter Sculthorpe, Composer Steeped in Australia’s Sounds, Dies at 85

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Mr. Sculthorpe, named a National Living Treasure in 1987, wrote music influenced by Australia’s landscapes and employing indigenous instruments like the didgeridoo.

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