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With that brilliant mix of exceptional student musicians performing with their faculty mentors, the Sarasota Music Festival Friday night concert did not disappoint. Students were first up with an exuberant performance of the first movement from
Metropolitan Opera revived John Dexter's 1977 staging of Francis Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites for three performances only. I was fortunate to catch the last one and hope that it returns in the near future. Poulenc (1899¬1963) had a sort of
EDT Isabel Bayrakdarian as Blanche de la Force in the Canadian Opera Company's production of Dialogues des Carmelites. (Chris Hutcheson) Long after they ceased being of interest to anyone else, French musical artists of the mid-20th century were
It is only natural for the Metropolitan Opera to refresh its offerings regularly with new productions, even when an old one has been successful. But it is hard to imagine the Met retiring John Dexter's 1977 staging of Francis Poulenc's masterpiece
Arts Centre Melbourne presents the latest production by La Fura dels Baus, Verdi's A Masked Ball . Director Alex Olle and designers Alfons Flores and Lluc Castells have created a visually stunning tale of deception, disguise and fate in a world in
First United Methodist Church, 3101 Colusa Highway, Yuba City...Poulenc Trio bassoonist Bryan Young is on the phone from Baltimore, driving from a business meeting to a rehearsal in advance of performances in California. "It's a really unique sound.
Andreas Staier – lending a bit of Harpsichord handiwork to Poulenc this week.
Camerata Pacifica's illustrious wind quintet of Adrian Spence, flute; Nicholas Daniel, oboe; Jose Franch Ballester, clarinet; John Steinmetz, bassoon & Michael Thornton, horn are joined by pianist Adam Neiman to present a program that is broad and
Tri-City Weekly The Los Angeles Times deemed him a pianist of exceptional sensitivity and stylistic discrimination; The New York Times described him as an uncommonly elegant pianist. Acclaimed pianist Anton Nel will demonstrate that extraordinary
It is interesting to speculate how 20th-century music might have turned out were it not for the invention of the sewing machine. If Paris was the capital of the European avant garde, then the salon hosted by the American heiress Winnaretta Singer the