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Classical (11/04/2020)
Lambert Shares "Leicester" From His Forthcoming EP Alone II
Following up his stunning True album of last year, Berlin-based composer and pianist Lambert is set to release a new EP Alone II on July 3rd on Mercury KX. Listen to "Leicester" from the forthcoming EP here, the piece was inspired by a visit to the English city of the same name, as Lambert explains: ...

Classical (10/04/2020)
Italian Composer & Pianist Federico Albanese Signs To Mercury Kx & Releases New Track "The Lantern" Today
The Italian composer, artist and pianist Federico Albanese announces his signing to Mercury KX. Joining artists at the forefront of contemporary music, including Anoushka Shankar, Ólafur Arnalds and Keaton Henson, Albanese also releases his new track "The Lantern", which will feature on the new compilation ...

Classical (09/04/2020)
Jeremy Denk Launches Online Bach Series For The Greene Space With "Well-Tempered Clavier"
Jeremy Denk launched Bach's Well-Tempered Lens, a three-part series of online events for WNYC/WQXR's The Greene Space in New York City, with "The Well-Tempered Clavier's Greatest Hits" on Tuesday. The ninety-minute event, from his barn in upstate New York, was a deep dive into several moments from Bach's ...

Classical (08/04/2020)
Arvo Part's Music Is An Oasis Of Peace And Serenity In Our Times.
Arvo Pärt's music crosses all boundaries - from classical to jazz to pop and everything in between. There is something about the music of Arvo Pärt - his music affects all who listen. Whether you are searching for refreshment, find yourself in an impossible situation, or ache in a deep place beyond ...

Classical (08/04/2020)
Andrea Bocelli Music For Hope, Streaming Worldwide Exclusively On Youtube From The Duomo In Milan On Easter Sunday
On Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020), Italian tenor and global music icon Andrea Bocelli will give a solo performance at the historic Duomo, the cathedral of Milan, Italy, by invitation of the City and of the cathedral, and thanks to the hospitality of the Archpriest and the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo. ...

Classical (08/04/2020)
Vikingur Olafsson's Latest Record Soars To The Top Of The Classical Charts
Víkingur Ólafsson's latest recording for Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music, has soared to the top of the classical charts in the United Kingdom and the United States within a week of its release on 27 March 2020. Debussy · Rameau, the Icelandic pianist's third solo album for the Yellow Label, raced ...

Classical (08/04/2020)
Superstar Conductor/ Pianist Daniel Barenboim Brings New Chamber Music Series To Berlin's Pierre Boulez Saal "Moment Musical" Concerts Available Via Streaming
Deutsche Grammophon and its peerless family of artists have responded with speed and ingenuity to today's challenge of presenting live performances. Together they have created "Moment Musical", a series of professional live streams and delayed relays of concerts that was launched on 27 March at Berlin's ...

Classical (08/04/2020)
BBC Radio 3 Broadcast Max Richter's Sleep - His 8-Hour Lullaby This Easter Weekend
Max Richter's 8-hour work SLEEP will be broadcast globally on radio stations this Easter, offering listeners worldwide the chance to unite in a moment of meditative stillness. It will be launched in the UK by BBC Radio 3 - the station which first broadcast the full work from the Wellcome Collection ...

Classical (06/04/2020)
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Launches Virtual Music Lab
Today the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (FWSO) announced the launch of its virtual performance platform, the Music Lab. This unique digital platform will allow the community to enjoy the love of music, share music from multiple sources, access educational tools, and experience unique digital programs. ...

Classical (04/04/2020)
The World Premiere Recording Of John Adams', Must The Devil Have All The Good Tunes?, With Soloist Yuja Wang Announced
Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes? is American composer John Adams' latest creation for piano, and continues his provocative exploration of that instrument heard in Grand Pianola Music (1983) and Hallelujah Junction (2001). Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music's recording of Adams' first piano concerto ...

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