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Classical (19/11/2020)
Max Richter's Voices To Unite Global Audiences On Human Rights Day, December 10
To mark Human Rights Day on Thursday 10th December, composer Max Richter's groundbreaking recording project VOICES, inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, will be broadcast for the first time on BBC Radio 3 and 35 international radio stations in Europe, the US, Australia and beyond, ...

Classical (18/11/2020)
Deutsche Grammophon Announces Year-long Campaign In Celebration Of The 250th Anniversary Of The Birth Of Ludwig Van Beethoven
One month from today, on December 17 the world will celebrate the birthday of one of the greatest composers who ever lived: Ludwig van Beethoven. Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music, is marking the 250th anniversary of his birth with a wide range of original projects, digital concerts and innovative ...

Classical (16/11/2020)
The Hong Kong Tourism Board Turns On The Wondrous Sounds Of Orchestral Music To Match Hong Kong's Epic Nature
Many people around the world are taking this uncertain time as an opportunity to reconnect with nature on a deeper level through all their senses. To evoke nature's abundant beauty through the power of music, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), in collaboration with the Brand Hong Kong Management Unit, ...

Classical (16/11/2020)
Andrea Bocelli Releases Brand New Album Believe And New Music Video For "Amazing Grace" With Alison Krauss
The world-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli releases his uplifting new album, Believe - a poignant and personal collection of songs, celebrating the power of music to soothe the soul. He is joined on the record by Alison Krauss, the most awarded singer in Grammy history, for a powerful rendition ...

Classical (16/11/2020)
Tristan Perich's 'Drift Multiply' Out Now
Tristan Perich's Drift Multiply, for fifty violins and fifty-channel 1-bit electronics, is out now on New Amsterdam and Nonesuch Records, as part of the partnership between the two labels, and is available here. "Perich approaches composition from an angle that sets him apart," says The Wire. "Drift ...

Classical (13/11/2020)
Pianist Yael Weiss Plans 12-hour Beethoven Marathon As Part Of Multi-Year Initiative 32 Bright Clouds
On Wednesday, December 16, in celebration of Beethoven's 250th Anniversary, pianist Yael Weiss will present an all-day marathon concert featuring performances of Beethoven sonatas and newly commissioned works from around the world written for her project 32 Bright Clouds as well as conversations with ...

Classical (10/11/2020)
Lang Lang Announces Special Streamed Concert Of His Performance Of The Goldberg Variations From Bach's Own Church In Leipzig
In March 2020, Lang Lang gave only his second ever live performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations at Leipzig's historic St Thomas Church. Although he was very aware of the composer's long association with the church, the emotional impact of playing this monumental work just metres from ...

Classical (30/10/2020)
Rafael Payare And The San Diego Symphony Build Foundation For A Strong Future
The San Diego Symphony today announced internationally acclaimed conductor and Music Director Rafael Payare will extend his contract with the organization through the 2025-26 season. Payare continues as the 13th music director in the San Diego Symphony's 110-year history and will be in residence 10 ...

Classical (30/10/2020)
Andrea Bocelli Releases Brand New Duet "Pianissimo" With Cecilia Bartoli Ahead Of The Release Of His New Album, Believe, Out November 13
The world-renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli releases a brand-new duet, "Pianissimo," with internationally-acclaimed mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli, ahead of his new album, Believe, out November 13. Written by composer Mauro Malavasi, who has been working with Andrea for almost 30 years, the song is composed ...

Classical (26/10/2020)
Apollo Concludes Multicultural 20x2020 Commissioning Project With Digital World Premieres By Eve Beglarian And Jennifer Higdon
Apollo Chamber Players concludes its six-year multicultural commissioning project with digital world premieres by Robert Rauschenberg Prize-winning composer EVE BEGLARIAN and multiple Grammy and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer JENNIFER HIGDON. Curtailed by COVID cancellations this past Spring, Apollo ...

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