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Classical Music Sun May 14 2017 01:52:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- David A. Richardson, Musical Director May 4, 2017Charleston SCTheCharleston Gospel Choir is pleased to present Women: Honoring Global Sisterhood, Saturday, May 27 at Second Presbyterian Church, 342 Meeting Street, Charleston, 5:00 p.m. under
Iiiit’s Proms time!For the definitivelist of new music inthis yearsfestivalsee below, or follow #promsnewmusic on Twitter. A few quick observations: women composers: 11 (down from 12 in 2015 (did I not do this list last year?)) 12 (edit: I&
Today is one of the notable musical datesof 2017: the 25th anniversary of the death of Messiaen. Some might recall that I’ve ambitions to listen to all of his music this year, and today I was enjoyingLivre du Saint Sacrement, one of his maj
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On Saturday at the Barbican, London, there'll be an Edgard Varse Total Immersion : a major retrospective, augmented by a talk, a film and a reconstruction of Varses Pome lectronique.  This is the third big festival featuring Varse in recent
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I have been listening to a podcast from the BBC that devotes individual episodes to individual elements. Aside from Tin, which is used in organ pipes, tin whistles, and a drum in a Gnther Grass novel, I have encountered little in the way of musical r
And so, with (so to say) 45 seconds remaining of my outline to be composed through, I have become intrigued with the idea of sculpting the ending of the third movement, 18 bars per day. Allowing for my day off for HTUMC choir rehearsal tomor
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In a Telegraph article about the 2017 BBC Proms the concert series' director David Pickard raises hopes for an possible important change in direction. Discussing the move away from Proms themed to TV shows, Pickard observes that "what we need to be t
Soloman Howard(Photo: Dario Acosta)Opera NewsJune 2017By Louise T. GuintherSoloman Howard's trajectory from inner-city D.C. to the great opera houses of the world may seem a long shot, but no one who knew him way back when would be surprised to hear
Formula saves the BBC Proms 2017!  This may be the beginning of the end for Sir Henry Wood's dreams of the Proms as serious music. Fortunately The Formula, perfected by much-maligned Roger Wright, is strong enough to withstand the anti-music
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