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Phil in Beethoven's Fifth Symphony at the Hollywood Bowl. (Lawrence K...Philharmonic are superb on Beethoven program at the Hollywood Bowl It was Gustavo Dudamel's first Hollywood Bowl appearance of the summer There were no excuses Tuesday night.
Courtesy Photo New York Philharmonic Conductor Alan Gilbert Interview: New York Philharmonic Conductor Alan Gilbert The Music Director Talks Orchestras, Beethoven, and the Future of Classical Music Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Article Tools The terms
Birds, planes, streams, kids, traffic, cell phones, sneezes, wheezes and the occasional glass bottle rolling down the concrete risers mid-concerto. None of that distracts the New York Philharmonic , which has grown accustomed to the interruptions
Its 12th season (July 18-Aug. 9) will present 61 tightly woven events in Atherton, a barrage of concerts drawing on an international roster of 45 virtuosi, plus multimedia lectures (known as "Encounters"), informal music discussions ("Cafe
Unfussy good sense Steven Osborne At any time, let alone in a morning concert, Beethoven 's Hammerklavier Sonata Op 106 is a daunting prospect, for the audience as well as for the pianist. But it was the main work in the recital by Steven Osborne
Michel Dalberto -one of the most gifted Pianists of his generation.Click on the link here for Audio Player – http://pastdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Michel-Dalberto-Recital-Salle-Rameau-Lyon-May-23-2014.
What does the term classical music mean to us in the 21st century?...AAP/ Dean Lewins Classical music means more than one thing and explanation is in order. Sometimes I make the distinction between big C and little c, but even that doesn't fully
An Opera (of Sorts)" is an opera for real. Friday at the Ojai North Music Festival, it also proved to be an unexpectedly witty, illuminating and all-around delightful 70 minutes of entertainment. Too bad it's not running for a week or two; everybody
On the surface, "The Classical Style" is a supercilious opera of sorts about death. It opens in heaven, with Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven playing Scrabble and squabbling like sitcom characters. They are dismayed by newspaper reports of the death of
For the final program of its 12th season, Symphony Silicon Valley set its spotlight on a couple of hometown stars. The soloist was Deborah Kramer, the orchestra's principal bassoonist, a superb player who rarely gets to step out front. The conductor