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Classical (20/07/2018)
Sergei Babayan Signs Exclusive Contract With Deutsche Grammophon
Sergei Babayan, hailed for his charismatic and emotionally charged artistry, has signed an exclusive recording contract with Deutsche Grammophon. The new relationship was announced today at the Verbier Festival. Last March saw the release on the yellow label of Prokofiev for Two, an album of Babayan's ...

Classical (18/07/2018)
String Quartet Well-Strung To Release Third Album This Fall Featuring Pop/Classical Mash-Ups
Well-Strung, the innovative and eclectic New York City-based string quartet that derives their unique blend of vocals and strings by fusing classical music with the pop music of today, has announced that their latest album, Under the Covers will be released September 14, 2018. Their third album, Under ...

Classical (11/07/2018)
Anne Akiko Meyers To Perform Tribute To John Williams At 2018 Grammy Salute To Music Legends
The Recording Academy has expanded its lineup for the "GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends," an awards ceremony and live tribute concert celebrating the 2018 Special Merit Awards honorees on Saturday, July 14, 2018, at Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Added to the lineup are four-time GRAMMY winner Yolanda ...

Classical (11/07/2018)
Dutch Pianist Joep Beving's New Single "Sleeping Lotus - Tom Trago" Out Now
Dutch pianist Joep Beving's new single "Sleeping Lotus-Tom Trago's Sixtine Remix'" is out now. The track is the second from Beving's upcoming album Conatus, which is set for release September 7 via Deutsche Grammophon. Joep Beving released his first single "Hanging D-Cello Octet Amsterdam" last week. ...

Classical (10/07/2018)
National Geographic: Symphony For Our World To Kick Off North American Leg Of World Tour In LA On October 27, 2018
National Geographic and Jason Michael Paul Entertainment, Inc. are presenting the all-new and dazzling National Geographic: Symphony for Our World, which thrilled audiences with a special sold-out preview in San Francisco on Earth Day, April 22. The North American leg of the worldwide tour kicks off ...

Classical (29/06/2018)
Andre Rieu: Amore, My Tribute To Love In Select Theaters For One Night Only 8/28
One of the most popular live acts in theworld, Dutch violinist and concert leader,AndréRieu, has announced that the filmof his 2018 Maastricht concertwill premiereinU.S.theaters nationwide for one night only on Tuesday, August 28 as he performs his hometown Maastrichtconcertwith a celebration of love. ...

Classical (28/06/2018)
Layale Chaker Announces New Album 'Inner Rhyme' And Pre-Release Concert
London-based composer and violinist Layale Chaker has already enjoyed an international career, despite her young age, sharing aspects of her Lebanese heritage with others through performances of her own works at prestigious venues including Wigmore Hall and the Southbank Centre in London. As a ...

Classical (27/06/2018)
Peter Gregson Signs Exclusive Contract With Deutsche Grammophon And Takes "Recomposed" Series Forward
Cellist, composer and electro-acoustic alchemist Peter Gregson is a man obsessed with music and sound. "The job of the musician is to be creating stuff that's relevant to his time," he says. "You can get it wrong if all you do is stubbornly stick to your guns. I want to be able to adapt to changing ...

Classical (26/06/2018)
Great Performances Season 12 Continues Sunday, July 8 On PBS With Rossini's Semiramide
Season 12 of GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET continues Sunday, July 8 on PBS (check local listings) with a rare Met performance of Rossini's masterpiece Semiramide, starring Angela Meade as the titular Queen of BABYLON and Elizabeth DeShong as the warrior Arsace. Javier Camarena, Ildar Abdrazakov and ...

Classical (26/06/2018)
New Album, Hilary Hahn Plays Bach - Sonatas 1 & 2, Partita 1, Out October 5
Three-time Grammy Award-winner Hilary Hahn releases Hilary Hahn Plays Bach - Sonatas 1 & 2, Partita 1 via Decca/Universal Music. When Hahn's Plays Bach came out on Sony in 1997, critics were astounded that a performer would choose solo Bach for her debut album; they were further confounded by her ...

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