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Classical (18/01/2019)
The Chelsea Symphony's January Concerts Feature Jean Sibelius' Symphony No 2
The Chelsea Symphony, featured in the hit Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle, begins 2019 with a concert on January 25 and 26 featuring Jean Sibelius's Symphony No 2, famously called by the composer "a confession of the soul." Also on the concert is the World Premiere of Four Miniatures for a Dark ...

Classical (18/01/2019)
John Adams's "Doctor Atomic" Nominated For BBC Music Magazine Award For Opera
John Adams's Doctor Atomic has been nominated for the BBC Music Magazine Award for Opera. A jury of expert critics from BBC Music Magazine selected the nominees from recordings that received five-star reviews in 2018 in the magazine. The winners will be chosen by public vote, which begins today and ...

Classical (16/01/2019)
Interharmony Concert Series: Invisible Shape Of Music With Cellist Misha Quint At Carnegie Hall On January 25, 2019
The core of the nature of creating melodic musical lines is the ability, with the sound of several notes, to express colorful feelings and images that make them personal to each listener - the invisible shape of music. The program, The Invisible Shape of Music, on the 25th of January at 8PM, creates ...

Classical (16/01/2019)
2019 Marks 20th Anniversary For Vitamin String Quartet
2019 marks the 20th anniversary for Vitamin String Quartet (VSQ), one of the most streamed contemporary classical ensembles in the world. VSQ performs cutting edge renditions of the hits of today and beyond. Erasing boundaries between classical, dance, hip-hop and pop, VSQ has covered acts ranging from ...

Classical (16/01/2019)
Lindi Ortega Continues To Explore Darkness And Vulnerabilities On 'Liberty: Piano Songbook' Due January 25
Following a widely acclaimed 2018 'Liberty,' Lindi Ortega returns with an entirely instrumental version of the 12-track "cinematic journey" (NPR Weekend Edition) on January 25, 2019, titled 'Liberty: Piano Songbook.' "I didn't feel like I was quite done with Liberty," Ortega says. "I didn't want ...

Classical (12/01/2019)
Norwegian Violinist Mari Samuelsen Signs With Deutsche Grammophon And Releases First Single, Max Richter's "November"
Deutsche Grammophon is delighted to announce the signing of an exclusive agreement with Norwegian violinist Mari Samuelsen. Her first single, Max Richter's "November", has also been released today to coincide with the ARTE broadcast of her spectacular performance last October at Beijing's Forbidden ...

Classical (11/01/2019)
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra Kicks Off 2019 With A Vintage 1960s Musical
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra's 2018-19 Passport to musical adventure continues to whisk audiences across the globe. On January 26 & 27, the KSO dusts off the 1961 musical Stop the World — I Want to Get Off by the British team of Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, for the first Cincinnati area ...

Classical (10/01/2019)
"It Takes An Opera To Build The Wall... And, More Importantly, To Then Tear It Down"
During the current government shut-down, the In Series, opera and more, is even harder at work than usual. As if in answer to the current crisis, we're getting intensely political and deeply human, using music and drama to engage directly with the most hot-button issues of today: human migration, political ...

Classical (09/01/2019)
Sony Classical Releases The 2019 New Year's Concert With The Vienna Philharmonic & Christian Thielemann Album Available Now
Sony Classical is pleased to announce the release of the recording of one of the world's most famous classical music events: the 2019 New Year's Concert with the Vienna Philharmonic under the direction of renowned conductor Christian Thielemann. The live recording is available now digitally and on CD. ...

Classical (06/01/2019)
Piano Duo Shai Wosner And Orion Weiss Embark On Five-City US Tour
Pianist Shai Wosner is joined by longtime piano-duo partner Orion Weiss for a month-long, coast-to-coast tour to five cities across the U.S. Their recital program comprises Schubert's "Grand Duo" Sonata in C major, D. 812, Brahms's Sonata in F minor, Op. 34b, and David Lang's companion pieces gravity ...

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