At the Kitchen, the flutist unveils “part iv” of her “Density 2036” project, emphasizing the flute’s interaction with other musical forces.
11:00 PM Conductor: Leonard Slatkin Soloist: Truls Mork, cello Rossini William Tell Overture Elgar Cello Concerto Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique Fill: Stravinsky Suite Italienne for Cello and Piano (Selections) Truls Mork, piano; Lars Vogt, piano Erato 45274
11:00 PM Sir Mark Elder conducts English Music Vaughan Williams: Overture to The Wasps Vaughan Williams: Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus Elgar: Symphony No. 1 Britten: Suite on English Folk Songs: A time there was (Jaap van Zweden, conductor)
Music can’t fix everything, but it can help.
The ballet’s “Trois Grandes Fugues” offers pieces by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Maguy Marin and Lucinda Childs, with three renditions of Beethoven’s “Grosse Fuge.”
11:00 PM Conductor: Alan Gilbert Soloists: Christine Brewer, soprano; Jane Henschel, soprano; Anthony Dean Griffey, tenor Eric Owens, bass-baritone; New York Choral Artists, (Joseph Flummerfelt, Director) Magnus Lindberg: Al largo Beethoven: Missa solemnis
If conductors can be divided into those who excel at Brahms’s First and Third symphonies and those who do best with the Second and Fourth, Andris Nelsons is the former.
In 1939 Aaron Copland wrote his earliest film music for “The City,” not to be confused with “Quiet City.” The City is a quasi-documentary about getting out of coal mining towns and big cities and moving to the idyllic community of Greenbelt, Maryland. Music from “The City” as well as music by other American composers […]
8:00 AM George Frederich Handel Chandos Anthem No. 10 Chandos 509 COND Harry Christophers ORCH The Sixteen SOLO Lynne Dawson, soprano SOLO Ian Partridge, tenor ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:29 AM Gabriel Faure Messe Basse Collegium 109 COND John Rutter SOLO Cambridge Singers SOLO Ruth Holton,soprano SOLO John Scott, organ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8:41 AM Felix Mendelssohn Festival Ode To […]
This week our panel was made up of Tuba player Ed Goldstein from Annapolis Symphony and Annapolis Chorale and Chamber Orchestra Music Director J. Earnest Green. We really liked the Bach…liked the Vivaldi and the Mozart…We were lukewarm on the Firebird! Here are the listings…Hope you enjoyed the show. Play Report PLAY DATE: Sat, 11/19/2016 […]