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Classical (09/06/2019)
Yamaha Artist Frederic Chiu Honored At Westport Library's 21st Annual Booked For The Evening Event
Coinciding with the unveiling of the library's $21 million renovation, Chiu was recognized as an individual whose work reflects the purpose of the library — to nurture the love of learning and to enhance our understanding of the world. Frederic Chiu accompanying himself, one half of the piano ...

Classical (09/06/2019)
LIU Post Chamber Music Festival Announces Concert Series For Its 38th Summer Season Starting July 12
The LIU Post Chamber Music Festival celebrates its 38th Summer Season this July with a series of concerts beginning on the evening of Friday, July 12th. The Pierrot Consort will present chamber music concerts on Friday, July 12 and Friday, July 19. Festival Alumni will present a concert on Tuesday, ...

Classical (03/06/2019)
Norwegian Lyric Soprano Lise Davidsen Releases Self-Titled Debut On Decca Classics Out Now
Described as possessing "a voice in a million" (Telegraph), Lise Davidsen today releases her self-titled album on Decca Classics/Universal Music. Performed with the Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of Esa-Pekka Salonen, the record includes Strauss' Four Last Songs and arias from Ariadne auf Naxos ...

Classical (16/05/2019)
2019 Mizzou International Composers Festival Adding More Concerts, Offering Free Admission To All Events
For its tenth year, the Mizzou International Composers Festival (MICF) in 2019 is adding five more concerts and an audio installation, and is making all MICF events free and open to the public. Presented by the Mizzou New Music Initiative and the University of Missouri School of Music from Monday, ...

Classical (16/05/2019)
Mari Samuelsen To Release Her Debut Deutsche Grammophon Album On May 31, 2019
Norwegian violinist Mari Samuelsen's debut for the Yellow Label is entitled simply MARI and is set for international release on May 31 via Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music. Recorded with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and conductor Jonathan Stockhammer, the album explores the contradictions of contemporary ...

Classical (16/05/2019)
Yannick Nezet-Seguin And Rolando Villazon Add The Magic Flute To Their Baden-Baden Mozart Opera Cycle
Deutsche Grammophon's landmark cycle of Mozart's mature operas reaches its sixth title with The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte). Set for international release on August 2 via Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music, the live recording continues the Yellow Label's special collaboration with the Festspielhaus ...

Classical (15/05/2019)
Back On A Limitless Mission: Classical Pianist Victoria Fatu Resumes Her Career With Her Los Angeles Debut On May 22
She's performed for seven presidents, the Pope and Queen Elizabeth, but never a full-scale concert in Los Angeles. A year after making her Carnegie Hall debut, award-winning classical pianist Victoria Fatu will make her West Coast premiere on May 22 when she plays Boston Court Pasadena at an invitation-only ...

Classical (15/05/2019)
Manuel Zito Makes His Mellotron Debut
Despite being almost 3000 miles apart, Zito's true inspiration comes not from his hometown, but in the form of the rich heritage & natural beauty of Iceland, and it's this passion for Nordic-European imagery that has shaped him into the exceptional & unique pianist that he is today; and if the track's ...

Classical (13/05/2019)
"Songs From Robert Wyatt's Rock Bottom" By The North Sea Orchestra Ft. John Greaves, Annie Barbazza & Folly Bololey Limited Edition CD & Vinyl Available May 17th
Critically acclaimed as one of the best records ever, Robert Wyatt's 1974 masterpiece "Rock Bottom" has been re-arranged by Craig Fortnam for his amazing North Sea Radio Orchestra. Featuring long time Wyatt's collaborator and Henry Cow founder John Greaves on bass guitar and vocals and the amazing vocalist ...

Classical (10/05/2019)
Mozart, Handel And Schütz To Be Celebrated In The City Choir Of Washington's Acclaimed 2018-19 Season Finale
The concert is the fourth and final concert event of TCCW's 2018-19 concert season concluding Sunday, May 19 with Baroque & Beyond; a concert celebrating composers Mozart, Handel, and Heinrich Schütz' thrilling and rarely-heard Uppsala Magnificat, a piece originally composed (1665) for three choirs ...

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