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Classical (29/09/2017)
Award-Winning Former Commander Of US Army School Of Music To Direct Boulder Concert Band
The Boulder Concert Band, a nonprofit, premier adult community band, today announced that Silas Nathaniel Huff has been selected as its conductor and musical director. Recent Commander of the U.S. Army School of Music, Huff is associate director of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, music director ...

Classical (27/09/2017)
America's Best Kept Classical Secret, Roger Rudenstein, Reveals His Epic X-Rated Opera To A European Audience
Based in New Hampshire, Roger Rudenstein has very effectively mounted a concerted feather-ruffling campaign. As one of the busiest composers of operas currently active, Roger has already very firmly nailed his colours to the mast, with full-length satirical works including "The Devil and George Bush" ...

Classical (18/09/2017)
Renee Fleming Named Artist Spokesperson For AMTA & Music Therapy
The American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) is honored to welcome renowned soprano, Renée Fleming, as our newest artist spokesperson. Ms. Fleming's accomplishments reflect her artistry as well as her passion for making a difference in the lives of people through her work. Among her many accomplishments, ...

Classical (08/09/2017)
Veritas "Truth In Hope" Feature By Marcus Hathcock; Your Review Copy Of Hope Survives Album By Veritas Releasing Today!
In a powerful crescendo of accomplishment over the past several years, contemporary classical vocal group Veritas found themselves in some tremendous places, from belting out their signature power harmonies on the Carnegie Hall stage to crooning cruisers in the middle of the Caribbean, to joining Sandi ...

Classical (06/09/2017)
Ann Sweeten - Flying Solo Silhouette
Ann Sweeten's new offering Flying Solo Silhouette is her first original solo piano album and is a reflection on the work she has done at Imaginary Road Studios over the past decade and across 5 albums (and 55 compositions) co-produced by Sweeten and Will Ackerman. The goal was to offer a dozen of these ...

Classical (06/09/2017)
Antonio Domingos - The Musician Who Lost Everything But Fought Back To Become A World Record-Breaking Pianist
Antonio Domingos seemingly had everything to look forward to - European orchestras inviting him to perform with them as a soloist; a plush new pad in a glitzy European capital on offer. It seemed like his childhood dream of becoming a world-famous concert pianist was only a step away...when it came ...

Classical (01/09/2017)
America's Best Kept Classical Secret, Roger Rudenstein, Reveals His Epic X-Rated Opera To A European Audience
Based in New Hampshire, Roger Rudenstein has very effectively mounted a concerted feather-ruffling campaign. As one of the busiest composers of operas currently active, Roger has already very firmly nailed his colours to the mast, with full-length satirical works including "The Devil and George Bush" ...

Classical (23/08/2017)
Mihail Doman Releases Immersive Neo-Classical Project "Arhythmology", With Pro-Feminist Video
Two years in the making, Mihail Doman's first full-length release is an epic realisation of his view of the human condition, as told through his music, which manages to be both minimalist and thought-provokingly complex. Arhythmology is a story of rebirth and new beginnings. Born and raised in ...

Classical (23/08/2017)
World Premiere Of Giovanni Allevi Concerto Launches Orchestra Kentucky's New Season
The world premiere of the latest composition by Italian conductor and pianist Giovanni Allevi happens this Saturday, August 26, in Bowling Green, KY. His Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, No. 1 will be performed by Orchestra Kentucky, conducted by musical director Jeffrey Reed and featuring pianist ...

Classical (23/08/2017)
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Closes Its Summer Series By Turning The Dial To WKPR In Cincinnati
The KSO closes its 23rd Summer Series on September 2nd with a combination of local lore and sit-com nostalgia. Between 1978-82 shots of Cincinnati (the skyline, downtown street-scapes, the River, Fountain Square) rolled across the nation's television screens each week in the opening of the 30-minute ...

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