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Matthew Murphy for The New York Times Osmo Vanska, the Minnesota Orchestra's conductor...Every incoming maestro would desire such a rosy outcome; achieving it is another matter. And who, after all, was this little-known maestro experienced mainly in
Wisely, the skilled, engaging and impressively fit young Moody, who is music director of both the Winston-Salem Symphony in North Carolina and the Portland Symphony Orchestra in Maine, chose a win-win program for the occasion: "Danzon No...Russian
Special to the Daily The orchestra will play another Beethoven piece, Symphony No. B-flat Major, on Wednesday evening, led by guest conductor Robert Moody (pictured). Special to the Daily The National Repertory Orchestra's summer schedule continues
She had her doctorate in musical conductorship, and here she was, playing weddings and teaching Suzuki violin to children...But she had walked on burning coals to become a conductor. "I was working so hard to make ends meet I didn't have energy to
India's Naxalite rebels need to be tackled with mainstream political activity, not just development ... Suggested Topics Today, a swift survey of the world's major orchestras might convey the impression that every second conductor is a Finn. But that
There are two particular kinds of deep-throated roar that can only be heard in Manchester. The first is at Old Trafford when United score; the second is the one emitted by a full house at the Bridgewater Hall when the Halle hits the kind of form it
Paavo Berglund, a Finnish conductor renowned for his commanding interpretations of Sibelius's symphonies and tone poems, died on Jan. 25 at his home in Helsinki...The apparent cause was pneumonia, said his daughter, Liisa Kylmanen, who noted that he
Paavo Berglund, one of Finland's most prominent conductors, has died at age 82. Elina Siltanen, the general manager of the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra said Berglund died at home in Helsinki on Wednesday after a long illness.
Featured on the program was a clutch of obscure, trivial pieces by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, the figure at the heart of this year's festival at Bard College, alongside works by peers now revered and reviled. In his prefatory comments Mr.
The Bowl is a perfect venue for a piece like this , don't miss out if you've never seen it live. Vasily Petrenko conducts both programs this week, and is conducting Dvorak's Carnival Overture and Sibelius' 2nd Symphony (if you're a Sibelius fan,