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Classical (19/09/2018)
Biggest Composer Box Set Ever, Bach 333, To Be Released Worldwide October 26, 2018
Deutsche Grammophon and Decca present Bach 333 - the biggest ever box set for a single composer. The 222 CD collection, which features 280 hours of music and weighs a whopping 13.5 kilos (about twice as heavy as a bowling ball) marks the 333rd Anniversary of J.S. Bach and will be released worldwide ...

Classical (19/09/2018)
First Presbyterian Church Of Fort Lauderdale Announces 2018-2019 Concert Series Lineup
Join First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale on October 21, 2018 for the 2018-2019 Concert Series kick-off! The 2018-2019 Concert Series will take you on a tour of the musical world with a stellar lineup of eight concerts featuring a variety of musical genres and guests. The concerts will be held ...

Classical (18/09/2018)
The Imperial Ancestral Temple In Beijing's Forbidden City To Host Deutsche Grammophon's Unique 120th Anniversary Concert On October 10, 2018
Deutsche Grammophon's live 120th Anniversary festivities take flight on October 10 with a sensational concert at Taimiao - the Imperial Ancestral Temple of Beijing's Forbidden City. The concert will be streamed delayed live on the DG YouTube channel. The event trains the spotlight on Chinese excellence ...

Classical (18/09/2018)
Toronto Symphony Orchestra Announces Gustavo Gimeno As Next Music Director
Toronto Symphony Orchestra Board Chair Catherine Beck and Chief Executive Officer Matthew Loden today announced that Spanish conductor Gustavo Gimeno will become the Orchestra's 11th Music Director beginning in 2020/21, the Orchestra's 99th season. "This is a thrilling day for the Toronto Symphony ...

Classical (13/09/2018)
Composer/Songwriter Kitt Wakeley Releases Epic Orchestral Album Debut, "Midnight In Macedonia," Fusing Pop, Rock, Electronica
omposer/Songwriter/Producer Kitt Wakeley releases epic orchestral album debut, "Midnight in Macedonia," featuring the internationally renowned Macedonian Choir, the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra (Oleg Kondratenko, Conductor), and legendary special guest artists, it was announced today. "Midnight ...

Classical (12/09/2018)
Pianist Anne Sajdera Celebrates Creative Renewal With "New Year," Set For Nov. 2 Release On Bijuri Records
Anne Sajdera's remarkable acumen as both a pianist and a composer finds rejuvenation on "New Year," set for November 2 release on her own Bijuri Records. The album hits close to home for Sajdera—her ancestral home, that is, of the Czech Republic and its storied capital, Prague. A 2014 trip to Europe's ...

Classical (10/09/2018)
Katherine Jenkins Announces New Album "Guiding Light" Out November 30, 2018
Britain's best-selling classical artist of the last 25 years, Katherine Jenkins OBE today announces the release of her new album, Guiding Light, out November 30 via Decca Records/Universal Music Canada. For Jenkins, the new album represents the culmination of a deeply emotional journey which began ...

Classical (07/09/2018)
Thomas Hampson Sings 'Songs From Chicago' On New Cedille Records Album
Thomas Hampson, America's foremost baritone and a champion of the art of classic song, makes his Cedille Records debut with an album of songs by early mid-twentieth-century composers from Chicago. On Songs from Chicago, available September 14, 2018, Hampson sings settings of poetry by Walt Whitman, ...

Classical (07/09/2018)
Acclaimed Pianist Marjan Kiepura Of Patria Productions Returns To Youtube With Five Videos And A Unique Premier Of A Chopin Song As Piano Solo
Acclaimed pianist Marjan Kiepura returns to YouTube with five new video clips including the Chopin song "Dumka" never performed as a solo work before. Marjan discovered that this song, the Op. 74, No. 19 composed for voice and piano, can be played as a solo piece. There are also two Mazurkas including ...

Classical (30/08/2018)
Tuesday Musical Club Presents Its 2018-2019 Artist Series Of Concerts By World-Class Artists
Just 65 years after the fall of the Alamo - when the population of San Antonio was just 53,000 - the Tuesday Musical Club (TMC) was founded in 1901 in San Antonio by Anna Hertzberg, a graduate of the New York Conservatory of Music, when she found herself far from the cultured arts of New York City. ...

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