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Classical (16/04/2013)
RCA Red Seal Celebrates The 85th Birthday Of The Legendary Pianist Byron Janis
RCA Red Seal celebrates the legendary pianist Byron Janis ' 85th Birthday with the release of The Complete RCA Collection available on April 16th, 2013. The box set brings together his entire discography on RCA for the first time with no fewer than seven "first on CD" releases. Newly remastered from ...

Classical (16/04/2013)
The Recording Academy Statement On Sir Colin Davis
"Ten-time GRAMMY winner Sir Colin Davis was a brilliant musician who conducted orchestras around the world including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Munich's Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic. Serving as the longest principal conductor for the London Symphony Orchestra, ...

Classical (10/04/2013)
Nicola Benedetti's Latest Album Takes Her From The Concert Hall To The Silver Screen Chart Topping And Critically Lauded New Release
Fresh from exploring the music of her ancestral homeland in her 2011 Decca CD Italia, violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti now pulls focus on the music of the silver screen in her new album The Silver Violin, to be released in the US on February 19, 2013. Inspired by her passion for the soaringly romantic ...

Classical (05/04/2013)
"Striking" And "Infectious" (BBC) Nicola Benedetti Wields Her 'Silver Violin'
Violinist Nicola Benedetti continues her streak of high-profile performances and international accolades in 2013, with her new Decca album 'The Silver Violin' out now in the United States. 'The Silver Violin' - which features the Korngold Violin Concerto as its centerpiece and celebrates violin music ...

Classical (04/04/2013)
Internationally Acclaimed Classical Crossover Artist Mario Frangoulis Brings "Beautiful Things" To The US And Canada This Spring
Pasa Concert-goers are in for a rare treat as this world renowned who started his career as Marius in "Les Miserables" in London's West End, Tony in "West Side Story" at La Scala in Milan, and was personally chosen by Andrew Lloyd Webber to play Raoul in "Phantom of the Opera," returns to electrify ...

Classical (03/04/2013)
The Metropolitan Opera's New Production Of Un Ballo In Maschera Conducted By Fabio Luisi And Directed By David Alden Premieres On THIRTEEN's Great Performances On May 5 At 12 Noon On PBS
The Met's new production of Un Ballo in Maschera, Verdi's classic drama of political intrigue and thwarted romance, staged by acclaimed opera director David Alden and led by Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi , airs on Great Performances at the Met Sunday, May 5 at 12 noon on PBS (check local ...

Classical (27/03/2013)
Joan Jeanrenaud Records At Studio Trilogy For Dance Theatre Of Harlem
Pictured in session at Studio Trilogy's SSL 9000K console are (L-R) chief engineer Justin Lieberman and cellist/composer Joan Jeanrenaud with her dog "Jack." Photo by David Goggin. Grammy-nominated cellist and composer Joan Jeanrenaud has recorded new music for The Dance Theatre of Harlem, which ...

Classical (25/03/2013)
'Carmen' Lights Up Sydney Harbour!
Fireworks lit up the Sydney skyline above an astonishing opera stage last night, as part of Opera Australia's sensational new outdoor production of 'Carmen'! This glittering new production brings all the drama of the world's best-loved opera to an unrivalled watertop stage, with the iconic Sydney ...

Classical (25/03/2013)
Marcin Dylla and Lazhar Cherouana to Play D'Addario Performance Series at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall
It's with great excitement that we announce the lineup for the continuation of the D'Addario Performance Series. Lazhar Cherouana, will join the venerable Marcin Dylla on the evening of April 11th at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall. Marcin Dylla has been called by the Washington Post, "among ...

Classical (25/03/2013)
The Toledo Symphony's Spring Line Up Has Something For Everyone
The final months of the 2012-2013 season are soon approaching. April 6, 7:30 PM - All Bach - Stefan Sanderling, conductor; Valentin Ragusitu, viola This all Bach concert presents pieces by Bach CPE, Bach JC (Viola Concerto), Bach PDQ (Canine Cantata), and Bach J.S. April 7, 3 PM - The Big ...

Classical (21/03/2013)
Igudesman & Joo's Tri-state Premiere With The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Is Just Around The Corner
On April 6th, 2013 the Internet sensations Igudesman & Joo make their regional debut with the Kentucky Symphony Orchestra.The performance will be their second appearance with orchestra in the U.S. The program, "BIG Nightmare Music," is an up-sized and newer version of their side-splitting duo act -"A ...

Classical (20/03/2013)
Jackie Evancho Visits Kean Quest Finals
International singing sensation Jackie Evancho stepped onto the Kean Theatre stage in 2008 and 2009 to compete in the local singing competition Kean Quest Talent Search, before winning the hearts of millions in 2010 as the first-runner-up on "America's Got Talent." Now, the twelve-year-old's resume ...

Classical (19/03/2013)
Tenor Anthony Kearns To Perform At Friends Of Ireland Luncheon On March 19, 2013
Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns will perform at the 2013 Friends of Ireland Luncheon at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 as the guest of Speaker of the House John Boehner, it was announced today. Special guests will include President Barack Obama , Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny ...

Classical (18/03/2013)
Legendary Stradivarius And Young Cellist Earn Rave Reviews
Cello prodigy, Stéphane Tétreault, first made international headlines a year ago as the recipient of Bernard Greenhouse's cello, the 1707 "Countess of Stainlein, Ex-Paganini" Stradivarius, on loan by Jacqueline Desmarais. The release of his debut CD, featuring the works of Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky, ...

Classical (15/03/2013)
La Clemenza di Tito, Mozart's Final Opera Seria, With Barbara Frittoli, Elina Garanca, And Giuseppe Filianoti On Great Performances At The Met On April 14, 2013 (PBS)
Elina Garanca, star of the Great Performances at the Met broadcasts of Carmen and La Cenerentola, appears in the trouser role of Sesto in the Met's rare revival of Mozart's opera of ancient Rome, La Clemenza di Tito. Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham hosts the telecast and conducts backstage interviews ...

Classical (11/03/2013)
Pasadena Symphony Names David Lockington As New Music Director And Nicholas McGegan As Principal Guest Conductor
The Pasadena Symphony Association is proud to announce the appointment of David Lockington as its new Music Director and Nicholas McGegan as its Principal Guest Conductor, an innovative partnership of powerhouse artistic leadership. Lockington is the fifth Music Director of Pasadena's 85-year-old treasured ...

Classical (11/03/2013)
The Toledo Symphony Youth Orchestra Performs On March 17, 2013 In The Side-by-side Concert
The Toledo Symphony Youth Orchestra, currently in its 63rd year, will perform its third concert Sunday, March 17th at 4PM in the Toledo Museum of Art Peristyle. This unique concert will feature the Philharmonic and Symphonic Orchestras in conjunction with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, under the direction ...

Classical (08/03/2013)
Boston Ballet Presents The Sleeping Beauty
Boston Ballet's spring season will continue with Marius Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty on March 22 - April 7. Those whose imaginations were inspired by the shimmering beauty of The Nutcracker will be struck by the extraordinary history and sheer opulence of The Sleeping Beauty. First choreographed ...

Classical (05/03/2013)
Carnegie Hall Announces Musicians Selected For First National Youth Orchestra Of The United States Of America
They're among the best young musicians in the country and they've been invited by Carnegie Hall to form the first modern day National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America this summer. Carnegie Hall today announced the names of the 120 exceptional young musicians from across America who ...

Classical (04/03/2013)
Cantamus Bach Choir & Orchestra Of London: Glorious Essex Performance Of Bach's Passionate Work To Thrill Music-lovers Of All Ages And Tastes
It is astonishing that, nearly 300 years after it was first performed, a sacred Christian work by a composer whose baroque creations were already going out of fashion should, to contemporary secular and religious audiences, still sound at one and the same time so fresh, so intricate, so intimate, so ...

Classical (01/03/2013)
Giuseppe Galante Releases New Single "Canon In D For 2 Trumpets, Organ And Orchestra"
The trumpet virtuoso Giuseppe Galante has published his newest classical music single, the seminal work of undying tradition known as "Canon in D" by Johann Pachelbel, Galante's rendition being orchestrated particularly "for 2 Trumpets, Organ, and Orchestra." This is the first official, public release ...

Classical (01/03/2013)
Composer Joseph P. Freije Releases New LP Album "Phrygian Piano And Sound Spiral Part II"
The composer of "pure sound" known as Joseph P. Freije has released his newest LP record, titled, "Phrygian Piano and Sound Spiral Part II." It is comprised of four original tracks in approximately 50 minutes playing time, making for a fairly comprehensive album, even for an LP. Its overall tone is ...

Classical (26/02/2013)
Award-Winning Vocalist Jessye Norman To Perform Benefit Concert For Action For A Better Community On April 14 At Eastman Theatre In Rochester
Five-time Grammy Award winner Jessye Norman will perform a benefit concert for Action for a Better Community, Inc. (ABC) on Sunday, April 14th at 5:00pm in Kodak Hall at the Eastman Theatre. The concert, entitled "The African American Cultural Legacy," features special guests, The Garth Fagan Dance ...

Classical (26/02/2013)
The Toledo Symphony Gives Way To Delightful March Programs
The intensity of February gives way to a truly delightful March program heralding hope for Spring on March 1 and 2. Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony is accompanied by Ravel's Le Tombeau du Couperin, featuring our talented wind section and Mozart's beloved Clarinet Concerto with the TSO all-star Georg Klaas. ...

Classical (21/02/2013)
Tenor Daniel Rodriguez Performs At Flushing House Gala
"America's Beloved Tenor" Daniel Rodriguez , will entertain guests at a fundraising gala on Thursday, April 25, 2013, at historic Flushing Town Hall, Flushing, NY. The gala is to support the mission of Flushing House, the not-for-profit retirement residence. Daniel Rodriguez was all set to perform ...

Classical (18/02/2013)
Annalisa Ewald Takes Classical Guitar Back To Its Gritty Club Roots On 'Llive At The Factory Underground', Out 4/23
On New Live Album, Guitarist Annalisa Ewald Takes the Instrument Away From Plush Recital Halls and Back to Darkened Clubs - "This music is alive, slightly dirty and feeds on rowdy crowds" 'Live At The Factory Underground' is Set For April 23rd Release On her spirited new album, 'Live at ...

Classical (18/02/2013)
Classical Music Event The Master Series March 3-5 At The Broward Center For The Performing Arts
The Miami International Piano Festival presents the Master Series March 3-5 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The three day classical music festival is dedicated to the musical genius of the French Impressionists as well as a celebration of the 150th anniversary ...

Classical (18/02/2013)
Keyboard Master John Medeski Brances Out On Debut Solo Piano Album 'A Different Time,' Available On April 9, 2013
Keyboard master John Medeski thrives on the unpredictable, a trait that has kept his work with the trailblazing trio Medeski Martin & Wood (MMW) fresh and surprising for more than twenty years. With A Different Time, his first solo piano project, Medeski once again takes his sound in a completely unexpected ...

Classical (18/02/2013)
Beauty And The Beast Returns To DPAC: October 8-13
Disney's Beauty and the Beast, the award-winning worldwide smash hit Broadway musical, returns after its 2010 sellout engagement to the Triangle as part of the DPAC's Broadway Encore Specials. Produced by NETworks Presentations, this elaborate theatrical production will come to life on stage at DPAC ...

Classical (15/02/2013)
The Tempest, Robert Lepage's Staging Of The English-Language Opera Based On Shakespeare's Final Play, Airs On Great Performances At The Met On March 17, 2013 At 12 Noon On PBS
British composer Thomas Ades conducts the Met premiere of his contemporary masterpiece The Tempest, an English-language opera based on Shakespeare's final play. The Met's fantastical new production by Robert Lepage airs on Great Performances at the MetSunday, March 17 at 12 noon on PBS (check local ...

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