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The young American organist gives his first performance on the Ruffatti organ in Davies Symphony Hall, playing music of Bach, Ravel, Widor and Vierne...Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., S.F. $20-$30. (415) 864-6000. www.sfsymphony.org .
The world of early 19th-century Vienna that moulded him, evoked with such charm in his waltzes and part-songs, is totally remote from us...It's as if it were somehow meant for us, and the two centuries' gap between then and now simply doesn't matter.
Previous hands-on orchestral experience is not expected, but applicants should address how increasing their skills, knowledge and experience with orchestral instruments will affect the direction of their future work...Applicants must complete Phase 1
Herald Staff Writer For the first time in five years, the Monterey Symphony and the local musicians union have reached a new contract agreement. Symphony management announced a new, five-year agreement with the Musicians Association of San Jose Local
The Czech conductor's first visit to Cairo, in June 2011, symbolised the meeting of two countries that had undergone revolution. Themed From the Czech Velvet Revolution to the Egyptian Youth Revolution , and presenting Bedrich Smetana's Ma vlast (My
Sun-Star Correspondent Traditional chamber instruments are joined by the clarinet as the Merced Symphony Association presents the Sierra Chamber Players concert next weekend. "This will be a more intimate setting and the perfect place for a chamber
Fantasy' world BSO welcomes Video Game Orchestra Text size R oll over Beethoven, Symphony Hall is about to be overrun by gamers. Video game music began invading classical music's most hallowed halls a few years ago. But tonight's program, Distant
Steamboat Symphony Orchestra rehearsal The Steamboat Symphony Orchestra rehearses Johannes Brahms' Symphony No...Before diving into the complex emotion of Johannes Brahms' Symphony No. Ernest Richardson will spend the first part of the performance
There was no danger of that on Thursday evening at Avery Fisher Hall during an installment of the New York Philharmonic's Modern Beethoven festival, which began last week . While the niche of regular classical concertgoers will have heard these works
Music director Manfred Honeck conducts the program that celebrates "the spiritual and universal message of music." Program will be Mendelssohn, Mozart, Haydn, Ravel and Bloch and more, and feature the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Here is the key: