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Classical (22/02/2019)
CAG Presents Pianist Dominic Cheli's Carnegie Hall Debut This March
Concert Artists Guild announces that pianist Dominic Cheli, Co-First Prize Winner of the 2017 CAG Competition, will give his Weill Recital Hall debut on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:30pm. Dominic will perform works by Liszt, Scriabin, Brahms, Carl Vine, and the world premiere of Softly her tower crumbled ...

Classical (22/02/2019)
Andreas Ottensamer & Yuja Wang Join Forces For New Album "Blue Hour," Out March 8, 2019
Austrian clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer has joined forces with Chinese pianist Yuja Wang to record an album of works by composers of the Romantic era. Blue Hour, set for release on March 8 by Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music, features some of the jewels of the repertoire including Brahms's Intermezzo ...

Classical (22/02/2019)
Anoushka Shankar To Release New Deutsche Grammophon Album 'Reflections,' On March 8, 2019
"It feels a bit strange to be releasing a compilation, as I still feel as if I'm at the beginning of a (hopefully) much longer journey ahead," writes Anoushka Shankar on her latest Deutsche Grammophon album, Reflections. "However, it does amaze me to realize that I released my first album more than ...

Classical (21/02/2019)
Kronos Quartet Takes "A Thousand Thoughts" Live Documentary On Tour
A Thousand Thoughts, a live documentary with the Kronos Quartet, written and directed by Oscar-nominated filmmakers Sam Green and Joe Bini—which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2018 and has been performed around the world, from San Francisco and Los Angeles to London, Athens, and Abu Dhabi—will ...

Classical (21/02/2019)
2019 Erasmus Prize Awarded To John Adams
The Praemium Erasmianum Foundation has awarded the 2019 Erasmus Prize to the American composer and conductor John Adams (b. 1947). The theme of this year's Erasmus Prize is 'Composing for today'. John Adams is one of the most frequently performed living composers. He receives the prize because he ...

Classical (20/02/2019)
Interharmony Presents Spring Equinotes Concert At Carnegie Hall On March 15,2019
Like a collection of exotic flowers placed in a delicate crystal vase, generating the lush aroma of the coming spring equinox, InterHarmony concludes its 6th season at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, showcasing world-renowned and upcoming artists. The program, Spring Equinotes, will transport ...

Classical (20/02/2019)
Durufle Requiem & Dale Trumbore's Present "How To Go On" This March
Two works representing the sacred and the secular, and also representing the Los Angeles Master Chorale's past and present, will be performed in Walt Disney Concert on Sunday, March 17 at 7 PM. Maurice Duruflé's Requiem was written by the French composer in 1947 and has become one of the most-beloved ...

Classical (20/02/2019)
Gustavo Dudamel, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, And Deutsche Grammophon Joins Forces For New Collaboration
The prestigious Los Angeles Philharmonic, led by Music & Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel, and Deutsche Grammophon, the world's leading classical music label, are set to extend their long history of making music together. They will now build on a relationship that has already produced benchmark recordings ...

Classical (20/02/2019)
Matthias Goerne's Final Performances As Artist-In-Residence At The New York Philharmonic
Music Director Jaap van Zweden will conduct the New York Philharmonic in John Adams's The Wound-Dresser, featuring baritone Matthias Goerne in his final appearance as The Mary and James G. Wallach Artist-in-Residence; Ives's Central Park in the Dark; and Brahms's Symphony No. 1, Thursday, March 21, ...

Classical (20/02/2019)
Soka Performing Arts Center Presents Alexander String Quartet With Joyce Yang
Soka Performing Arts Center presents the Alexander String Quartet with pianist Joyce Yang on Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 3 PM. The program will include Samuel Adams' "Quintet with Pillars," commissioned by Soka University, Arizona Friends Chamber of Music, University California Davis, and San Francisco ...

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