8:00 AM Ralph Vaughan Williams — Five Mystical Songs Conductor: Matthew Best Ensemble: English Chamber Orchestra Corydon Singers Hyperion, 66420 8:21 AM William Byrd — Mass for five voices Conductor: Peter Philips Ensemble: The Tallis Scholars Gimell, 345 8:52 AM George Frederich Handel — Let Their Celestial Concerts Conductor: Marcus Creed Ensemble: RIAS-Sinfonietta […]
Here’s another chance to dive into Stravinsky’s “Firebird.”
A decline in subscription ticket sales could be a blessing in disguise for American orchestras.
This week Music in Maryland features a concert from the Candlelight Concert Society from April 14 2012. The Pacifica Quartet perform on their own and joined by pianist Christopher Shih. On the program Beethoven’s String Quartet op. 18 # 6, Shostakovich’s String Quartet # 9 op. 117 and Schumann’s Piano Quintet. Next week the Candlelight […]
San Francisco Opera OPERA: La Traviata (in Italian) COMPOSER: Giuseppe Verdi Violetta Valéry may be the most heart-wrenching character in all of opera: a high-spirited but deceptively delicate woman who unexpectedly finds, and then selflessly gives up, the love of her all-too-short life. Her story will be brought to the stage by two spectacular casts. One […]
8:00 PM E. de Curtis–Torna a Surriento London 425 COND Giancarlo Chiaramello ORCH National Philharmonic Orch. SOLO Luciano Pavarotti, tenor ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:04 PM Karl Jenkins–Requiem Angel/EMI 57966 COND Karl Jenkins ORCH West Kazakhstan Philharmonic SOLO Serendipity Chorus SOLO Cardiff Choir Related posts: Vocalise Rundown 09/07/13 09/21/13 Vocalise Rundown 11/23/13 Vocalise Rundown
This week we had a really nice show where we liked everything! WOW! Our panel was Dave Donovan From Pratt Library, Ed Goldstein from Peabody Ragtime Ensemble and Baltimore Jazz Orchestra and Julien Benichou from the Towson University Orchestra, The Mid-Atlantic Symphony and the Chesapeake Youth Symphony. Here are the listings…hope you enjoyed the show. […]
The New York Philharmonic presented the premiere of Christopher Rouse’s “Thunderstuck” at Avery Fisher Hall.
The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra concluded its first American tour with a program of Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and more at Carnegie Hall.
This radio is a GLF model F-770, circa 1948. GLF stands for Grange League Federation, which was a farmer’s co-op in upstate New York. In the late forties, the Grange League Federation founded six FM stations in upstate New York and formed the Rural Radio Network to serve farming communities. They marketed these well-built 10 […]