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Classical (28/11/2018)
The Piano Guys Debut New Music Video For Their Rendition Of K-Pop Supergroup BTS' "Epiphany"
On the heels of debuting the video for "A Million Dreams," THE PIANO GUYS have shared yet another new visual, this time for their take on K-Pop superstar group BTS' smash hit "Epiphany" - watch here. The latest visual from their new album Limitless (Portrait / Sony Music Masterworks), "Epiphany" carries ...

Classical (28/11/2018)
Mesquite Symphony Orchestra Closes The Generation Gap Through Music
The Mesquite Symphony Orchestra will pool the talents of its musicians with more than 120 children from the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and the Grapevine High School choir to bring the nostalgia of Christmas morning to audiences with concerts set for Dec. 15 at ...

Classical (26/11/2018)
Cecilia Bartoli Returns To Vivaldi 20 Years After Her Landmark Album With Her New Album "Antonio Vivaldi," Out Now!
Almost 20 years after her historic Vivaldi album, Cecilia Bartoli turns to the composer once again for her brand-new solo recording, Antonio Vivaldi. The album, out now via Decca/Universal Music, is a glorious collection of Vivaldi arias performed with the French baroque orchestra Ensemble Matheus under ...

Classical (21/11/2018)
Violinist Mari Kimura Joins Pianist Bruce Brubaker For "Codex To Cage," An Eclectic Concert At North Of History, 445 Columbus Ave., December 10
Long-time westsider musicians Mari Kimura (violinist/composer) and Bruce Brubaker (piano) will join up for "CODEX to CAGE" an eclectic concert program in the heart of Upper West Side on Monday, December 10 at 7:30 PM at North of History, 445 Columbus Avenue (81-82 Street). Kimura will perform solo violin ...

Classical (19/11/2018)
Grammy-Winning Boston Early Music Festival Presents The First Opera By A Woman Composer, Francesca Caccini's Alcina
The GRAMMY Award-winning Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Opera Series returns on Thanksgiving weekend with the first opera by a woman composer, Francesca Caccini's Alcina. A contemporary of Monteverdi, Caccini was one of the most important musical figures in Florence. In 1625 she created Alcina, ...

Classical (15/11/2018)
After Making Chart History With His No 1 Album Si, Andrea Bocelli Unveils New Music Videos With Dua Lipa
After topping the charts on both sides of the Atlantic with his No.1 album Sì, Andrea Bocelli has unveiled two new videos with global pop superstar Dua Lipa for their new single "If Only". The first is a beautiful new music video and the second is a behind-the-scenes look at how their duet came together. ...

Classical (14/11/2018)
Carnegie Hall Celebrates The Holiday Season With Festive Concerts
Carnegie Hall celebrates the holiday season with a variety of festive concerts this December. On Friday, December 21 at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 22 at 8:00 p.m., Broadway's original Mary Poppins Ashley Brown rings in the holiday season with The New York Pops and Music Director Steven Reineke ...

Classical (13/11/2018)
Tony Award-Winner Sutton Foster And Renowned Actor Hugh Bonneville Star In 15th Annual "Christmas With The Mormon Tabernacle Choir"
This December, Tony Award-winning actress Sutton Foster and renowned actor Hugh Bonneville, of "Downton Abbey" on MASTERPIECE, will star as guest musical artist and narrator, respectively, in the beloved annual holiday television special "Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir" on PBS and BYUtv. ...

Classical (12/11/2018)
Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Names Ken-David Masur As Music Director
Following a 36-month international search, Ken-David Masur has been named the seventh Music Director and Polly and Bill Van Dyke Music Director Chair for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (MSO). Masur is currently the associate conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and principal guest conductor ...

Classical (07/11/2018)
Deutsche Grammophon Celebrates Its 120th Anniversary With Gala Concert In Berlin
Deutsche Grammophon (DG), the oldest classical music label in the world, celebrated its 120th anniversary on today with a gala concert at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall. The concert, featuring DG's luminary performers, Anne-Sophie Mutter and Lang Lang as well as a world premiere of a new composition by ...

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