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Classical (31/10/2019)
Kronos Quartet Shares Video For Terry Riley's "One Earth, One People, One Love"
Kronos Quartet has shared a video for "One Earth, One People, One Love," the final movement of Sun Rings, the group's groundbreaking 2002 collaboration with composer Terry Riley of which Nonesuch released the first full recording earlier this year. (This week also marks the 30th anniversary of Kronos ...

Classical (30/10/2019)
Pianist Luo Tingyuan Actively Advocates Cultural Exchanges On Classical And New Music - A Review For 'Young Professionals On Stage' Recital Series
The program of the concert covered a broad range from the classical period to the modern period, from piano music to chamber music. The steinway artist Yu-Chi Tai and the pianist Ann Wu played the 'The Carnival of the Animal' from the composer Camille Saint-Saëns including the 'Swan Lake', which was ...

Classical (30/10/2019)
18 Of The World's Best Known Classical Composers Have Come Back To Life To Create The Greatest Musical Christmas Album Ever
From the review by Bill Parker (Author of Building A Classical Collection): "Jeffrey Reid Baker has given us another amazing experience from what the New York Times called his 'intergalactic music box.' He is a sort of impish musical chameleon, seemingly able to create just about any illusion;. These ...

Classical (30/10/2019)
Sheku Kanneh-Mason Announces New Album Elgar, Out January 10
Award-winning British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason returns with Elgar, a brand new album of works anchored around Elgar's Cello Concerto - arguably the best-known work in the classical canon written for solo cello, which saw the 100th anniversary of its first performance this month. To coincide with the ...

Classical (29/10/2019)
An Evening Of Concert And Conversation: The Polyphony Quartet Performs At The Pico Union Project
The Polyphony Quartet is part of the Polyphony Foundation, a non-profit organization whose work fosters shared society in Israel by bringing together Arab and Jewish through classical music, cultural exchange, and dialogue. The Polyphony Quartet is comprised of violinists Yamen Saadi and Edi Kotlyar, ...

Classical (24/10/2019)
"Bach Meets The Beatles" Composer John Bayless Holds West Coast Premiere Of New Show, "John Bayless: One Hand, One Heart: My Life & My Music"
From the pianist-composer who brought you the gold selling "Bach Meets the Beatles" and "The Puccini Album" comes a new play with music: John Bayless: One Hand, One Heart: My Life & My Music. In this play, Bayless shares his journey from a Texas youth to world renowned concert performer with music by ...

Classical (24/10/2019)
Helene Grimaud Presents Memory Echo, Remixed By Nitin Sawhney
Memory Echo sees Nitin Sawhney return to music and ideas he began exploring in 2018 with Hélène Grimaud for her Memory album. For this new release Sawhney has woven together four of his original compositions - The Fourth Window, Picturebook, Time and Breathing Light (performed by Hélène Grimaud) ...

Classical (18/10/2019)
The Peter Marino Concert Presents Pianist Maxim Lando
The Peter Marino Concert will take place at Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall's newest venue on November 7th. Winner of the 2018 Young Concert Artists International Auditions is pianist Maxim Lando. Lando's most recent accolade is the prestigious Gilmore Young Artist Award for 2020. In addition to his New ...

Classical (16/10/2019)
InterHarmony Opens Its Carnegie Hall Series With "Echoes Of Paradise Lost" On Nov 2
InterHarmony International Music Festival opens the 6th season of the InterHarmony Concert Series at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall with Echoes of Paradise Lost on November 2 at 8PM. Times change. The clock's hands are poised to make circles, but depth of feeling has its hands still with a ...

Classical (12/10/2019)
Emmy Award-Winning Artist, Hildur Guonadottir Joins Deutsche Grammophon
Deutsche Grammophon is thrilled to announce the exclusive signing of Emmy-winning composer, cellist and singer Hildur Guðnadóttir, hailed by the New York Times for her work's "gravity and depth". Her score to HBO's award-winning drama Chernobyl, released by DG in May, has received widespread public ...

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