Archive for April 1st, 2019
I’m more going for the trite, groan-inducing April Fools’ Day joke than accusing anyone of calling new music a joke, but just in case anyone had any doubt! Merle Hazard poked good fun at atonal music, and who knows, maybe people were introduced to it by that song. I will say, though (and straighten my […]
I recently had the pleasure of speaking to Jim Harp about the latest Maryland Opera offering.
11:00 PM Bartók, Tchaikovsky, and William Grant Still BARTÓK: Piano Concerto No. 3 Philippe Entremont, piano Leonard Bernstein, conductor WILLIAM GRANT STILL: Old California Pierre Monteux, conductor TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 6, “Pathetique” Alan Gilbert, conductor
I recently had a chance to talk to the Artistic Director of the St. Louis Concert Series about a few upcoming concerts.
10:51 PM Jonathan Graybill — Nightscape Conductor: Mikel TomsEnsemble: Brno State Phil. Orch.Members of…Ablaze, 37 10:13 PM Antonin Dvorak — Piano Concerto Key: gOpus: 33Conductor: Theodore GuschlbauerEnsemble: Strasbourg Philharmonic OrchClaire Desert, pianoVirgin, 391346 10:10 PM Claude Debussy — Beau soir Emmanuel Pahud,fluteMariko Anraku, harpAngel/EMI, 57740 9:48 PM Erich Wolfgang Korngold — Baby Serenade Opus: 24Conductor: […]