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Jourdan Urbach was waiting for the orchestra to finish the opening of the Mozart Violin Concerto No...His eyes scanned the audience, which in turn made him very nervous. In those precious minutes before a solo, musicians usually enter into their
What if you could combine the vibe of a chic, urban happy hour with some of the world's best music? No, I don't mean the latest Lady Gaga tune (not that there's anything wrong with that)...With its new Principals at the Mezz series, the Orlando
The golden tones of the solo French horn played by Jennie Blomster fill the room, anchored by the steady, jaunty presence of Alan Rea's piano. The Faure piece they're playing is an intriguing instrumental combination: the horn sounding like it wants
Garasi said they were surprised when another musician also entered twice Jean-Marie Glazer, 15, Camille's brother. When the competition named for the late Saint-Clair, a pianist and composer who founded the orchestra takes place at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb.
The intricacies of the star-making machinery in the field of classical music are nothing if not mysterious. The latest object of fascination in that world is the Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov, a boyish 21-year-old who rode into Davies Symphony Hall
There's no single set path to a career as a conductor, but even by those loose standards, you'd have to say that Pablo Heras-Casado ripped up the playbook. The gifted and quietly charismatic 35-year-old Spanish conductor, who returns to Davies
And that's a tall order for an orchestra with a rich and varied past, according to a musician who has been playing bass with the IPO since it took on professional status in 1978. "Being part of the group that makes these wonderful sounds that those
The "Winds of the San Joaquin" is a woodwind quintet formed from faculty members at Fresno State University, including Jennie Blomster, principal horn player in the Merced Symphony Orchestra. It is an unusual ensemble, particularly in the Merced area.
February 4, 2013 Beethoven's Ninth Symphony culminates with the ultimate call for understanding and joy among all people, the just and unjust alike, to translate a crucial phrase from Schiller's Ode to Joy, the text for the final choral movement.
Arts & Culture Editor Arizona Daily Sun Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was only 22 in the spring of 1778, and he was looking for work. He was in Paris with his mother, Anna Maria, after he had unsuccessfully sought musical employment in Mannheim, Germany.