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a 90-minute modern interpretation of Bach's masterpiece using an electronic wind instrument, the collaboration of talented musicians and thousands of hours of hard work. The final product is a vibrant, playful reinterpretation of the Baroque jewel,
Music Review Despite Early Doubts, Brandenburgs' Endure Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Plays Bach James Estrin/The New York Times Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, including the flutist Tara Helen O'Connor, front left, performing Bach'
Concertmaster Cynthia Miller Freivogel and artistic director and harpsichordist Frank Nowell, pictured here, will lead the orchestra from within the ensemble. Special to the Daily If you go What: The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado When: Sunday
Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's mid-year Splendour series is always an appreciated compensation for winter miserableness. The first of its three Inspired by Bach concerts at Auckland Town Hall was built around two Brandenburg Concertos. The Third
at least as far as his last symphony, No...The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra will present two well-known works by Bach, "Brandenburg Concerto No. Magnificat," as well as Mozart's "Jupiter," on March 5 and 6. "Mozart knew and respected Bach's music,"
Saturday in Humboldt State University's Fulkerson Recital Hall. In addition to the works of Vivaldi and Telemann, they will play the last of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, and an unusual Bach composition with two pianos, according to the announcement.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center 's concerts of Bach's Brandenburg Concertos each December have become almost as much a New York holiday staple as the avalanche of Messiah and Nutcracker performances. For more than a decade, the society
A Portrait in Leipzig (Modern Music & Musicians, University Society, New York, 1918) It's a shame that we don't get to play much music from the Baroque period (16001750) in my orchestral job. It almost seems as though the people responsible for
In Sacramento, how many families that eat together also put on a background of classical music precisely timed at 30 to 60 beats per minute so that their entire bodies eventually move in sync with the relaxing music, thereby helping to quell family
The latest on the arts, coverage of live events, critical reviews, multimedia extravaganzas and much more...But Khasanbegura is a traditional Georgian song, with music thought to predate its 19th-century text. Like other of the harmonically quirky