Posts Tagged ‘Leonard Bernstein’

Jan. 30 2014

Skiing or:

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs | 2 Comments

How I am Learning to Stop Worrying and Love Like Gravity When it comes to skiing, there’s a difference between what you think it’s going to be like, what it’s really like, and what you tell your friends it was like.  ~Author Unknown Never, ever in my whole entire life did I imagine that one […]

Jul. 03 2013

Happy 4th of July!

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

For many years, I’ve taken great pleasure in creating “All-American” programs for July 4th. Every piece that airs on my show tomorrow will have at least one American aspect – composer, ensemble, soloist, conductor, or in some cases, all of the above! This country has produced some amazing musical talent over the years and continues […]

Nov. 26 2012

Monday 11/26/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM A retrospective of music composed and conducted by Leonard Bernstein. Chichester Psalms (Sony SMK-60595) Symphony #3, Kaddish (Sony SMK-60595) Suites from The Dybbuk (DG 447956-2) Related posts: Monday 11/21/11 New York Philharmonic This Week Monday 03/05/12 New York Philharmonic This Week Monday 07/23/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

Sep. 26 2012

Bernstein, Beethoven, and… Soccer?

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs, Interviews, WBJC Programs | No Comments

The Columbia Orchestra’s 35th season opens on Saturday, October 6th at the Jim Rouse Theater. The program includes Bernstein’s Symphony #1, “Jeremiah”, & Beethoven’s Symphony #8 as well as Enrico Chapela’s inguesu.  Earlier this week, I met with The Columbia Orchestra’s Music Director, Maestro Jason Love, to talk about the concert. Columbia Orchestra 10-06-12 Concert […]

Jul. 23 2012

Monday 07/23/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Conductor: Bramwell Tovey Bernstein: Three Dance Episodes from On the Town Bernstein: Glitter and Be Gay from Candide Gershwin: Walking the Dog from Shall We Dance Gershwin-Tovey: The Man I Love Gershwin-Tovey: They Can’t Take That Away from Me Gershwin-Tovey: A Foggy Day in London Town Gershwin-Tovey: Fascinatin’ Rhythm Related posts: Monday 03/05/12 […]

Jun. 18 2012

Monday 06/18/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Conductor: Alan Gilbert Soprano: Karita Mattila Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 Beethoven: “Ah, perfido!” Sibelius: Songs for Soprano and Orchestra Nielsen: Symphony No. 2, The Four Temperaments Fill: Sibelius: Four Songs Sibelius: Luonnotar, Op. 70 (Phyllis Curtain, soprano; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein,conductor)   Related posts: Monday 11/21/11 New York Philharmonic This Week Monday […]

Apr. 26 2012

Thursday 04/26/12 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

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11:00 PM Conductor: Leonard Slatkin Clarinetist: Michael Rusinek clarinet BERNSTEIN: Symphonic Suite from On the Waterfront TOWER: Concerto for Clarinet COPLAND: Appalachian Spring Fill: John Williams: Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Related posts: Thursday 03/29/12 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Monday 03/05/12 New York Philharmonic This Week Monday 11/26/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

Apr. 23 2012

Oh Four Tuna

By Dyana Neal | Posted in Host Blogs | No Comments

Who among us has never misheard the lyrics to a piece of music & gotten a good laugh when we found out what the real words are? Some of us – myself included – also like to make up new lyrics to familiar tunes, not that we’d ever sing them in performance. Oh, no, singers […]

Mar. 05 2012

Monday 03/05/12 New York Philharmonic This Week

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11:00 PM Conductors: Thomas Schippers; Leonard Bernstein Soloists: Martina Arroyo, soprano; Beverly Wolff, mezzo-soprano; Tito del Bianco, tenor; Justino Diaz, bass; The Camerata Singers, Abraham Kaplan, director; Reri Grist, soprano Rossini: Stabat Mater (recorded 1965) Mahler: Symphony No 4 in G Major (recorded 1960) Related posts: Thursday 04/26/12 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Monday 08/06/12 New York […]

Feb. 28 2012

I Coulda Been a Contender… The BSO Goes to the Movies

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs | 6 Comments

You may recognize the opening title of this blog from one of  history’s most famous film scenes starring Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy in On The Waterfront.  The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will perform Leonard Bernstein’s score to On The Waterfront  accompanying the film during the new season.  This morning the BSO held a press conference […]

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