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Classical music review While the music of Richard Strauss has long been a specialty of the Cleveland Orchestra, rarely heard Debussy and a stunning performance of a landmark Stravinsky score took top honors at the second program of the Clevelanders'
Carle has retired after 30 years as the founding conductor and music director of the Des Plaines Park District Community Concert Band...Prairie Lakes Theatre. "There comes a time for everything," said Carle, "and now is the time." An interim
official website of Two Voices This week's Sunday music show profiles the album Crazy Classic by a refreshing young group called Two Voices. Since they first appeared on Radio Prague the two voices have expanded to four three female and one male
MailTribune.com Britt Music Director Teddy Abrams wasn't kidding when he said he wanted to throw some surprises into the mix with the standard classical repertoire. The 2014 classical season, announced by Abrams and Britt officials Tuesday, includes
Velinzon is playing the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major on Jan. 20 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. FM classical music radio's Dave Beck offers a pre-concert lecture at 6:30 p.m. and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m. The program also includes
Soon, it will be behind me. composer Max Reger, responding to a negative review...We got to hear the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto again, which is better than not being able to.
Bruce Chadwick The Nutcracker New Jersey Ballet Mayo Performing Arts Center Community Theater 100 South Street Morristown, N.J. You know that the holiday season has begun when Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker is staged across America. Companies
Originally published Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 10:06 AM Vivid Vivaldi from Emma McGrath, in SSO Untuxed' A review of Seattle Symphony's latest Untuxed' Friday-night concert, this one of Vivaldi's Four Seasons with powerhouse violinist Emma
The Macedonian pianist Simon Trpceski is both a showman and a serious family man, and he prefaced Prokofiev's First Piano Concerto with a dedication to a very special person' who would, he hoped, forgive any pianistic shortcomings that person being
Actor Ian McKellen says the British government has advised him not to go to Russia because of the country's anti-gay "propaganda" law. McKellen, known to millions as Gandalf in the "Lord of the Rings" and "Hobbit" films, told Radio Times magazine