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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. ...

Classical (23/07/2019)
Stephin Merritt To Lead Four-Concert Residency At Symphony Space In New York City In Fall 2019
Stephin Merritt will lead a four-concert residency at Symphony Space in New York City this fall, titled From 69 to 50: A Stephin Merritt / Magnetic Fields Residency, showcasing three of his bands: The Magnetic Fields will perform two Saturday night shows at Peter Jay Sharp Theatre, November 16 and December ...

Classical (23/07/2019)
Ildar Abdrazakov Announces New Album "Verdi," To Be Released August 16, 2019
"Ildar Abdrazakov reinforced his status as the most glorious Attila of today, assuming an enviable place among the illustrious lyric basses to have broached the role in the last fifty years; how could anyone resist that dark, liquid legato, or that honeyed phrasing, which he uses equally effectively ...

Classical (19/07/2019)
Kronos Quartet Shares "Sun Rings" Video For Apollo 11 Anniversary
Kronos Quartet has released a video for "Beebopterismo," a track from Sun Rings, its groundbreaking collaboration with composer Terry Riley, ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on Saturday. The first recording of the 2002 piece, which had been commissioned in part by the NASA ...

Classical (19/07/2019)
Luke Howard Reveals New Track "Future Coda", From Forthcoming Album, The Sand That Ate The Sea
Following the critical and commercial success of composer and instrumentalist Luke Howard's, Open Heart Story, and its subsequent companion EP, More Heart Stories, Mercury KX/Universal Music is excited to announce the release of Luke's new album The Sand That Ate The Sea. Check out "Future Coda" and ...

Classical (17/07/2019)
Grammy-Nominated Cellist Bion Tsang Explores The Lines Between Dvorak And Enescu Cello Concertos In New Sony Classical Release With Scott Yoo & The Royal Scottish National Orchestra
A new recording from Sony Classical pairs two concertos for cello and orchestra in the hands of award-winning cellist Bion Tsang with conductor Scott Yoo and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Produced by Michael Fine, Bion Tsang: Dvořák/Ensescu Cello Concertos puts an exclamation point on the ...

Classical (16/07/2019)
American Premiere Of Korngold's Grand Opera The Miracle Of Heliane Opens At Bard SummerScape Next Friday
Opening on Friday, July 26, Bard SummerScape presents the long overdue American premiere of The Miracle of Heliane ("Das Wunder der Heliane," 1927). An original staging by German director Christian Räth of the grand opera that Erich Wolfgang Korngold considered his masterpiece, "this show promises ...

Classical (16/07/2019)
Isata Kanneh-Mason Romance A Celebration Of Women In Classical Music Debuts At The Top Of The UK Classical Artist Chart
Having hit the national headlines with the news of her signing to Decca Classics in the spring, 23-year-old pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason celebrates a magnificent feat with the news that her debut album Romance has shot to the top of the UK Official Classical Artist chart today - even more remarkably, ...

Classical (14/07/2019)
Daniil Trifonov New Album "Destination Rachmaninov," Out October 2019
"During the pianist's solo passages, Nézet-Séguin, the most balletic of conductors, simply stood there, his baton lowered. With a look of awe and wonder on his face, his flicker of a smile seemed to say, 'Daniil, you are the man!'" Destination Rachmaninov · Arrival captures a master pianist at ...

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