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Classical (20/08/2019)
Jan Lisiecki - Beethoven: Complete Piano Concertos, Out September 13
Beethoven has proved a serendipitous theme in Jan Lisiecki's remarkable rise to international renown. In 2013, he performed the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 4 with Claudio Abbado and the Orchestra Mozart in Bologna, standing in at very short notice. It was this same concerto with which the young ...

Classical (20/08/2019)
Julia Wolfe's "Fire In My Mouth," To Be Released August 30, 2019
The New York Philharmonic and Music Director Jaap van Zweden's World Premiere performances of Julia Wolfe's, Fire in my mouth will be released in digital format on August 30, and in physical formats on October 4, on Universal Music/Decca Gold, Universal Music Group's newly established US classical music ...

Classical (15/08/2019)
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Moves Forward On New Performance Home With Construction Feat
The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra is currently paving the way for one of downtown Milwaukee's largest redevelopment projects. The MSO is undergoing an $89 million conversion of Milwaukee's former Warner Grand Theater into its new concert hall, which is expected to open fall 2020. As part of this conversion, ...

Classical (10/08/2019)
Ludovico Einaudi The World's Most Streamed Classical Composer Completes, 7 Days Walking, Project & Sells Out 7 Nights At The Barbican With 7 More UK Live Dates This Year
Following his sold-out, seven-night residency at the Barbican this week, Decca announces the release of 'Seven Days Walking', the climactic seven-volume collection from composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi - his most ambitious album project yet. The box set will be released on 27th September and marks ...

Classical (10/08/2019)
Placido Domingo's Operatic Gala, Celebrating 50 Years At The Arena Di Verona, Comes To Cinemas Nationwide For One Day Only On September 7
Fathom Events is celebrating the illustrious half-century long career of beloved Maestro Plácido Domingo by bringing his operatic talents to movie theaters across the country on September 7 only. Domingo made his stage debut in Italy and at the Arena di Verona during the summer of 1969, singing the ...

Classical (10/08/2019)
116 Young Talents For The 3rd Zhuhai Mozart Competition In September
After the pre-selection in the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, 116 young pianists and violinists from 16 countries and regions will enter the 3rd Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for Young Musicians, an event organized by Huafa Group. In its first press conference held on August 8th, it was ...

Classical (08/08/2019)
Composer Ellen Reid Sets To Release Pulitzer Prize-Winning Opera "p r i s m"
Composer and sound artist Ellen Reid announces the release of her Pulitzer Prize-winning work, p r i s m, out on August 23 via Decca Gold/Universal Music. With a libretto by Roxie Perkins, the unflinching, genre-defying opera takes on the topic of sexual assault and recovery and was commissioned and ...

Classical (07/08/2019)
Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition Launches Its 2020 Edition
The third Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition (SISIVC) will take place in Shanghai August 4-25, 2020. The Competition's Organisation Committee announced today that it is officially open for global applications. In celebration of the centennial birthday of Maestro Isaac Stern in 2020, ...

Classical (26/07/2019)
Pavarotti Soundtrack Set To Hit High Notes
Decca are gearing up for one of the standout moments of their Decca 90 celebrations with Saturday's exclusive UK preview of Ron Howard's highly anticipated documentary, Pavarotti.The film will be accompanied by the release of its original soundtrack, Pavarotti: Music From The Motion Picture, as well ...

Classical (23/07/2019)
The KSO Digs Through Its Stack Of 45s For A Playlist Of Hit Instrumentals
The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra continues its 25th summer in Devou Park featuring its newest subsidiary group — the K-so Combo. After the Swing and Big Band eras of the 1930s-40s, instrumental songs appeared frequently on the charts, and were heard blaring from car and transistor radios everywhere. ...

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