11:00 PM Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas Mahler: Symphony No.9 Debussy: La Mer
11:00 PM Honeck Conducts Beethoven 7 Haydn: Symphony No. 93 Strauss: Don Juan Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 Haydn: Symphony No. 100 (Military) (Nicholas McGegan, conductor)
When was the last time you used a pay phone? In the era of the cell phone, one is far less likely to see a coin-operated pay phone, either at the back of a bar or in a booth on the corner. The mayor’s office in Rueil-Malmaison has come up with an intriguing plan to re-purpose the phone booths in that small town in the Ile de France: turn them into mini-warehouses for its “Livres en Liberté”
The orchestra has given its approval to a leader with high standards who keeps a low profile for someone in his position.
11:00 PM CONDUCTOR: Alan Gilbert SOLOISTS: Lisa Batiashvili, violin Francoix Leleux, oboe BACH: Concerto for violin and oboe ESCAICH: Violin and Oboe Concerto SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 10
Kirill Petrenko New Chief Conductor Of The Berliner PhilharmonicRadio Berlin-Brandenburg reports that the Berlin Philharmonic has elected Kirill Petrenko as their new music director and successor to Simon Rattle. An inquiry by that station was neither confirmed nor denied, but there will be a press conference later today. (The press conference will be transmitted live via Digital Concert Hall.)
Mr. Schuller, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his orchestral work in 1994, coined the term Third Stream to describe music that drew on the forms and resources of both classical and jazz.
8:00 AM John Rutter Mass of the Children Collegium 129 COND John Rutter ORCH City of London Sinfonia SOLO Cambridge Singers Cambridge Singers ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:38 AM Henry Purcell Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day (1692) Z 328Naxos 553444 COND Robert Glenton ORCH Orchestra of the Golden Age SOLO and Chorus ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:57 AM Morten Lauridsen So […]
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Australian conductor Simone Young bids farewell to Hamburg, where for ten years she has served as music director of the opera and
The festival’s rich opera program recorded two works by the composer, and the CD won a Grammy Award.