Aug. 12 2014

A Sour Note on a Day for Schubert

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There were lengthy concerts, engaging lectures and unexpected fireworks onstage on the first weekend of the Bard Music Festival.

Aug. 11 2014

Monday 8/11/14 New York Philharmonic This Week

11:00 PM Conductor: Alan Gilbert Soloist: Yefim Bronfman, piano Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, op. 15 Cheung: Lyra (World-Premiere, New York Philharmonic Commission) Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58

Aug. 11 2014

8-11-14 Word On Wine Cloudy Bordeaux

1)2010 Chateau Tour HautCaussan. $26.  50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon.  Mary was fortunate enough to have guests bring this bottle which she enjoyed with Cassoulet.  All she said was Yummy!  Smooth and nice especially at the price point. 2)2012 Cloudy Bay New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc.  This was a very trendy wine a few years […]

Aug. 11 2014

Making Artlessness an Art at the Podium

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Mr. Vanska led the orchestra in a program of Beethoven, Shostakovich and Prokofiev, with solos from the trumpeter Philip Cobb and the pianist Yuja Wang.

Aug. 10 2014

Wolf Trap Opera presents engaging French duo: Sailors and breasts

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The applause was warmly enthusiastic, and one could have even imagined overtones of relief.

Aug. 10 2014

WBJC Choral Hour 8-10-14

8:00 AM Joseph Haydn — Lord Nelson Mass Key: d Conductor: Bruno Weil Ensemble: Tafelmusik Tolzer Boy’s Choir Ann Monoyios, soprano Svetlana Serdar, alto Wolfgang Bunten, tenor Harry van der Kamp, bass CBS/Sony, 62823   8:40 AM Gerald Finzi — Lo, the full final Sacrifice Opus: 26 Choir of Westminster Cathedral Donald Hunt Singers Hyperion, […]

Aug. 10 2014

Bringing the Harp to Center Stage

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Xavier de Maistre has expanded the repertory for harp with commissions and his own arrangements.

Aug. 10 2014

Great Divide at the Concert Hall

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African-American composers from different eras discuss the role of race in their musical identity and the rarity of orchestral opportunities.

Aug. 09 2014

8-9-14 Music In Maryland. From Madrigals To Musicals With The Baltimore Choral Arts Society!

Baltimore Choral Arts – From Madrigals to Musicals This week Tom Hall leads the Choral Arts Society in a program spanning the poetic choral repertoire, from the 16th century to works of Durufle and Lauridsen, and leading to selections from the iconic musicals of Leonard Bernsteinand Rogers and Hammerstein.  Internationally-renowned soprano Janice Chandler-Eteme joins Tom […]

Aug. 09 2014

8-9-14 Face The Music Listings!

This week our guests were Phil Greenfield from the American Record Guide, Dave Donovan from Pratt Library Fine Arts and our very own Kati Harrison.  Other than the Orpheus Beethoven we loved everything!  Here are the listing, hope you liked the show! PLAY DATE: Sat, 08/09/2014 5:00 PM            57 Ludwig van Beethoven          Symphony No.  7 […]

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