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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 ...

Classical (22/10/2020)
Kansas City Symphony Debuts Mobile Music Box Stage At Outdoor Venues Across Metro Area
What weighs over 4,000 pounds and delights thousands of people every week? It's the Kansas City Symphony's new outdoor stage on wheels, the Mobile Music Box. This brightly wrapped traveling stage is hard to miss, with colorful and expressive original artwork created by Kansas City's own Whiskey Design. ...

Classical (20/10/2020)
Kronos Quartet Performs "Lux Aeterna" From Clint Mansell's "Requiem For A Dream" Score
Kronos Quartet recently filmed a socially distanced performance of "Lux Aeterna," from composer Clint Mansell's haunting score to Darren Arronofsky's 2000 film Requiem for a Dream, in honor of the film's 20th anniversary. You can watch the performance, made at Stanford's Bing Concert Hall, below. ...

Classical (16/10/2020)
Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott Announce New Album Songs Of Comfort And Hope Available December 11
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott come together again, this time for Songs of Comfort and Hope, set for release on December 11, 2020 on Sony Classical. Available now for preorder, Songs of Comfort and Hope is inspired by the series of recorded-at-home musical offerings that Ma began sharing ...

Classical (16/10/2020)
Tristan Perich Releases "Drift Multiply" Video
Composer Tristan Perich has released a video with a selection from his piece Drift Multiply, for 50 violins and 50-channel 1-bit electronics. The video was assembled from footage of three October 2019 performances of the piece conducted by Douglas Perkins in the Netherlands: Onderzeebootloods in Rotterdam ...

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