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Classical (04/07/2020)
Daniil Trifonov Presents Shostakovich Discoveries
The prestigious Internationale Schostakowitsch Tage Gohrisch, an international Festival dedicated to celebrate the Russian composer, will take place this year in virtual form thanks to a partnership with MDR, ARTE and Deutsche Grammophon. In Spring this year the festival had to be cancelled due to ...

Classical (03/07/2020)
Special Independence Day Weekend National Broadcast Of Peter Boyer's "Ellis Island: The Dream Of America With Pacific Symphony" On PBS' Great Performances
PBS's Great Performances and Pacific Symphony, led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, pay tribute to America's history and celebrate the historic American immigrant experience with a special Independence Day weekend program of composer Peter Boyer's Grammy-nominated contemporary classical work "Ellis ...

Classical (03/07/2020)
Pacific Symphony Presents Virtual July 4th Spectacular
Though we're not able to enjoy the Fourth in the great outdoors, Pacific Symphony invites the worldwide web to join together online for patriotic favorites, fireworks and musical festivities. Music Director Carl St.Clair has re-imagined the Fourth, creating a streaming 50-minute program that captures ...

Classical (26/06/2020)
J.R. Heckman Releases His Latest Single 'Reimagine' This Friday
J.R. Heckman releases his latest single, "Reimagine" this Friday, June 26, 2020 on all streaming platforms! "Reimagine" is an upbeat, inspirational anthem, he produced to inspire people to come together and "be the change they want to see in the world". J.R. Heckman is a classically trained vocalist ...

Classical (25/06/2020)
Max Richter, Pioneering Composer, Unveils Major New Recording 'Voices'
Over a decade after its inception, ground-breaking composer Max Richter announces the release of VOICES - a major new recording project inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The first single from his uplifting new work, which he describes as "a place to think and reflect", is out today ...

Classical (25/06/2020)
Pianist Lara Downes Will Perform The First Socially-Distanced, Outdoor Classical Concert In California's Capitol Since Quarantine
NBC News calls pianist Lara Downes "a musical ray of hope." For the first time since quarantine, the charismatic, iconoclastic artist will pioneer a new, socially-distanced live outdoor concert format in Sacramento. The performances will take place July 10 in the outdoor courtyard of the mixed-use ...

Classical (15/06/2020)
Jess Gillam Releases Second Album 'Time' On Decca Classics On September 25, 2020
Following her debut album RISE, which reached No.1 in the UK Classical chart, Classic BRIT Award-winning saxophonist Jess Gillam releases TIME on Friday 25 September on Decca Classics. Physical pre-order is available now and the first single, Luke Howard's Dappled Light - written especially for Gillam ...

Classical (15/06/2020)
Agnes Obel The Berlin Based Artist/Songwriter Releases New Music Releated To Her Album "Mytopia"
For almost a decade, Agnes Obel has been one of the most independent and original producers, song-writers and performing artists in contemporary music. A truly unique and genre defying artist whom crossed the bridge between alternative and classical. Obel returns with new music, her highly anticipated ...

Classical (15/06/2020)
John Rutter Announces 'The Piano Collection'
For the very first time, John Rutter CBE has arranged eight of his best-loved choral works for solo piano, in a new collection released on Decca Records across digital platforms on 31st July 2020. This period of lockdown inspired John to return to some of his most cherished works and re-score them ...

Classical (09/06/2020)
Kronos Quartet Releases Short Film For Zachary Watkins' "Peace Be Till," In Which Dr. Clarence B. Jones Reads From Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter From Birmingham Jail
The Kronos Performing Arts Association has produced a short film edited by Evan Neff scored to Kronos Quartet's performance of an excerpt of Peace Be Till, which Oakland-based composer Zachary Watkins wrote for the group in 2018. In the piece, Dr. Clarence B. Jones, the former personal counsel, speechwriter, ...

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