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Classical (08/03/2021)
Louis Andriessen's 'The Only One,' Out Now On Nonesuch, Performed By La Phil Led By Esa-Pekka Salonen, With Soloist Nora Fischer
Louis Andriessen's The only one is out now on Nonesuch Records. This world premiere performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic was commissioned by the LA Phil with generous support from the MaddocksBrown Fund for New Music as part of its centennial celebrations. Recorded live in May 2019 at Walt Disney ...

Classical (08/03/2021)
Acclaimed South Korean Composer-Pianist Yiruma Marks 20th Anniversary Of His Debut With New Album The Rewritten Memories
South Korean pianist and composer Yiruma is celebrating 20 years since his debut album with a new recording, The Rewritten Memories, to be released on 26 March via Universal Music Group Korea. It features brand-new orchestral arrangements of some of his best-loved works from the past two decades, including ...

Classical (04/03/2021)
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra To Hold Auditions For Six Vacant Positions
During a year that was detrimental to many live performing arts organizations, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) implemented a series of safety innovations to allow the organization to perform regularly for live audiences of up to 750 patrons per performance. Based on these public performances, ...

Classical (03/03/2021)
Stage Access Presents North American Premiere Of Vienna State Opera's Tosca Starring Anna Netrebko On March 7, 2021
Stage Access is proud to present the North American premiere of Anna Netrebko in Tosca at the famous Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera). The appeal of the legendary Margarethe Wallmann's Tosca production has stood the test of time. The star power of this production is second-to-none with a cast ...

Classical (26/02/2021)
BBC Launches Young Composer 2021 Competition
BBC Young Composer has launched countless musical careers since its inception in 1998. Formerly known as the BBC Proms Inspire competition, since rebranding in 2020 with a mission to reach a wider pool of talent, last year saw the highest ever number of entries. Entrants embraced a wide range of musical ...

Classical (19/02/2021)
Yo-Υo Ma & Kathryn Stott Release "Υou'll Never Walk Alone" To Support Musicians In Need
Sony Classical announces the release of a new recording of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic "You'll Never Walk Alone," performed by Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott. The single, newly arranged by Jorge Calandrelli, is available digitally everywhere now; 100% of the artists' earnings from sales and streams ...

Classical (18/02/2021)
Max Richter Announces Voices 2, The Second Album In The Pioneering Audio-Visual Voices Project, Co-Created With His Artistic Partner Yulia Mahr Out April 9
"This project has this quality of unfortunately being relevant all the time," says Richter of VOICES. A major work inspired by and featuring text adapted from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, VOICES was broadcast with EBU and BBC 3 to 40 radio stations worldwide on 10th December for Human ...

Classical (13/02/2021)
Lang Lang Presents Goldberg Variations Extended Edition Released Digitally February 12
Following on from the worldwide success of his Goldberg Variations album, Lang Lang now presents a series of new recordings as part of the Goldberg Variations Extended Edition, set for digital release on February 12 2021 via Universal Music. These are some of the works in which the pianist immersed ...

Classical (11/02/2021)
Andrea Bocelli & Cecilia Bartoli Sing A "Lullaby Of Love" For Valentine's Day
On 11th February, world-renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli releases a stunning 'Lullaby' mix of his "Pianissimo" duet with opera star Cecilia Bartoli - just in time for Valentine's Day. 'Pianissimo' was a spellbinding moment during the Believe in Christmas livestream from the Teatro Regio di Parma opera ...

Classical (10/02/2021)
Tristan Perich's 'Drift Multiply' Featured On WNYC's 'New Sounds'
Tristan Perich, whose new album, Drift Multiply, for 50 violins and 50-channel 1-bit electronics, was released on New Amsterdam and Nonesuch Records last November, is featured on the latest episode of WNYC's New Sounds. "It is an album-length excursion, goes into lots of different territories," says ...

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