Archive for the ‘RSS Feeds’ Category

May. 24 2015

Perchance to Stream: Memorial Day 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.
Listen to the world premiere of the first symphony of Bruno Mantovani, plus music by Stravinsky and Berio, performed by the

May. 23 2015

Handel and Haydn Society Celebrates 200 Years

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The Boston oratorio group’s performances began with an 1815 partial rendition of “The Creation” and included the American premiere of Verdi’s Requiem in 1878.

May. 23 2015

Manfred Honeck to Conduct New York Philharmonic

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The violinist Augustin Hadelich will perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 “Turkish” in the concert.

May. 23 2015

Koh and Jokubaviciute

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Composer Kaija Saariaho
Violinist Jennifer Koh and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute (listen to her recital at the Freer Gallery of Art in 2004, and read Jens’s review) may have played together before. The first time we heard them as a duo, in a concert last night at the Library of Congress, made it clear that, if they are not already, they should become regular collaborators. The revelation was made

May. 22 2015

Review: Children’s Orchestra Society Discovery Concert Features Two Soloists

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A 12-year-old pianist (who also plays violin) and a double bassist who is in high school performed solos at the 21st Discovery Concert on Wednesday.

May. 22 2015

Review: In ‘American Immersion: Clemens Gadenstätter,’ Sonic Mortification

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The first in a series of concerts devoted to the Austrian composer included a piece that evoked the excruciating pain of a flaying.

May. 22 2015

Review: Susanna Malkki Makes an Immediate Impression

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The Finnish conductor’s debut at Avery Fisher Hall raises the question: How has it taken so long for the Philharmonic to invite her as a guest?

May. 22 2015

Victor Salvi, Who Played Harps and Made Them Too, Dies at 95

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Mr. Salvi, a former New York Philharmonic member, founded a company that became the world’s foremost harp producer.

May. 22 2015

Victor Salvi, Who Played Harps and Made Them Too, Dies at 95

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Mr. Salvi, a former New York Philharmonic member, founded a company that became the world’s foremost harp producer.

May. 22 2015

Briefly Noted: Veracini’s Sonate Accademiche

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F. M. Veracini, Complete Sonate Accademiche, Trio Settecento
(released on May 12, 2015)
Cedille CDR 90000 155 | 186’48″The versatile American violinist Rachel Barton Pine leads an early music ensemble, Trio Settecento, heard at Dumbarton Oaks in 2011. The latest in the group’s series of recordings of mostly 18th-century music for the Cedille label is a complete three-CD set of the Sonate

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