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Behind her, members of Cantata Profana joined the arrangement, swinging and swaying wildly to the words as if their instruments were mere and necessary extensions of their bodies. The lyrics brought to life the playful ninth movement of Luciano Berio'
That's the least director Peter Strickland, whose title for the film is a new music in-joke, could do. But it is also the minimally least we can do to remember the singer who changed singing perhaps more than any vocalist since the 18th century
No blood is spilled or flesh ripped on screen in "Berberian Sound Studio," Peter Strickland's disturbing satirical thriller about the dubbing of a ferocious horror movie made in the style of giallo directors such as Mario Bava, Pupi Avati and Dario
When I was a kid and heard Elvis, I couldn't care less.' Photograph: Annie Collinge for the Guardian There is something oddly reassuring about the fact that Steve Reich lives in precisely the kind of house you might expect Steve Reich to live in.
Accordionist Frode Haltli 's collection is as much a tribute to his teacher, Mogens Ellegaard , as it is to Arne Nordheim (1931-2010), who composed all of these pieces for Ellegaard. The earliest is Signals, a trio for accordion, electric guitar and
Playing Liszt's second piano concerto in last year's opening Prom was nineteen-year-old Benjamin Grosvenor's big coming-out, but he's still studying at the Royal Academy, and carving out a niche combining Chopin and Liszt with light showbiz. The
Music Review Varied, Colorful Elements, United in Performance Garrick Ohlsson, Pianist, at Mostly Mozart Festival Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times The festival orchestra was conducted by Susanna Malkki. Published: August 9, 2012 There seem to be
2012-05-10 A portrait of Los Angeles Philharmonic principal timpanist Joseph Pereira at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. For the mad month of May, the Los Angeles Philharmonic has embarked on a wildly ambitious, slightly mad operatic mission.
If the chamber music world had the equivalent of an all-star game, its string quartet division might have fielded an ensemble similar to the one the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center assembled for its Tuesday evening concert at Alice Tully Hall.
The French oboist Celine Moinet sandwiches what are arguably the two most significant 20th-century solo works for her instrument the seventh of Berio's series of Sequenze and Britten's Six Metamorphoses after Ovid between pieces from the Bach family