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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Monteverdi: Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria - The Grange Festival - Anna Bonitatibus, Paul Nilon (photo Robert Workman) Monteverdi Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria; Anna Bonitatibus, Paul Nilon, Thomas Elwin, Robin Blaze, Paul Whelan, Nigel Robson, Fiona
Elgar and his peers : The Art of the Military Band, new from SOMM.  Brass bands, both concert and military, are ideal for large scale, open air ceremonies, where sound has to carry over a distance.  These requirements affect instrum
Rey Pila Wall of Goth Cult EP   Mexican rock bandRey Pilachannels two different generations of music: eighties synth pop and early aughts indie rock. The latter is abetted byJulian Casablancas(The Strokes), who produces their EPWall of Goth(
When Alan Gilbert was named the Music Director of the New York Philharmonic in July of 2007, the classical music world did its best impression of one of those cartoon-double takes and a Tim Allen grunt. The New York Phil had courted Riccardo Muti to
James Baldwin: The FBI FileWilliam J. MaxwellPraise for James Baldwin: The FBI File: Maxwell presents the actual documentation in chronological order, using brief discussions to provide valuable context. . . He adeptly curates the strange ho
The spirit of Ji Blohlvek hangs over this new release of Dvok Stabat Mater, who died on 1st May , though this recording was made in April 2016.  The piece was one of Blohlvek's favourites,  and was played in his honour at the Czech
Maria Thompson Corley(HuffPost)HuffPostMaria Thompson Corley is the mother of two brilliant teenagersKiana, an aspiring musician, and Malcolm, a visual artist who happens to be autistic. Maria has a DMA in piano performance from the Juilliard School.
The Clashing Rocks Ian Serraillier (Oxford, 1963) 96 p. My ongoing, fits-and-starts project to find good versions of the classic Greco-Roman stories for my children brought me to this re-telling of the tale of Jason and the Argonauts. A few years ago
Juan Williams - Fox News - Television Broadcast Journalist of the YearHonorees Announced for 2017 Multicultural Media Correspondents Dinner Red Carpet 5:45 6:45 Full Line Up for Multicultural Media Correspondence Dinner Is Set As Hollywood and Polit
In his book about Balzac, Stefan Zweig introduces a most interesting musical character from history: Count Emilio Guidoboni-Visconti. The count was the husband of one of Balzac's lovers, and, according to Zweig, was a passionate violinist.His real lo
18.vi.2010Enormously pleased with yesterdays rehearsal of the cl/vn/pf trios. Eric Mazonson is, quite simply, the best pianist with whom it has yet been given to me to play; and he makes all of Night of the Weeping Crocodiles sound both musical and .
Bach Sonata in G minor, BWV 1001, Suite in E major BWV 1006a, Suite in G minor BWV 995; William Carter; Linn Records Reviewed by Robert Hugill on June 13 2017 Star rating: 5.0Stylish, effortless and engaging, William Carter plays Bach's music for lut
Ashley D. Kelley and the company of Bella; photo by Joan MarcusSchomburg CenterBella: An American TaleCome out to Bella: An American Tall Tale and enjoy a special discount for the trip of a lifetime in Kirsten Childs' soulful and saucy new musical. A
When it comes to email mailbox names, the tried-and-true approach for individual accounts is to use their name(first.last@). Beyond that, using departmental names is another good approach (marketing@). Each of those options are straightforward when i
Gwendolyn Brownwww.gwendolynbrown.comThe Daily Californian June 19, 2017By Shannon O'Hara | StaffOjai at Berkeley, in partnership with Cal Performances, is an extension of Southern Californias annual Ojai Music Festival. The concert series r
Im taking your guitar away until youre finished homework
How To Build A Top Quality Classical Music Library: The Second $100 Back in February of 2013, George Pieler and I wrote a column here on Forbes.com (Two Cents About Classical Music For $100) on some of the market- and technology-changes that affect t
"One chance to do something brave..."It's all happening. On Saturday I went along to High Wycombe to see a rehearsal of Silver Birch for the first time. The Garsington Youth Company and some of the Adult Community Chorus were in extremely fine fettle
Michael Morgan Summer with the Oakland Symphony= Family Fun and Fireworks!5:00pm: Paid parking available 6:30pm: Doors open 8:00pm: Oakland Symphony concert 9:15pm: Spectacular Fireworks Display over the water, accompanied
gestopft: (via Peter Hilliard (@PeterAHilliard) | Twitter) trick for kids: if your parents say you can listen to one more song before bedtime, choose Ring Cycle
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yv74LqiumXEDETROIT Official Trailer 2Published on Jun 15, 2017From the Academy Award winning director of THE HURT LOCKER and ZERO DARK THIRTY, DETROIT tells the gripping story of one of the darkest moments during the c
Gounod: Faust - Latvian National Opera (Photo: Agnese Zeltina (c) Latvian National Opera and Ballet)The young Latvian film director Aik Karapetian (his parents are Armenians who settled in Latvia) directed his second opera production Faust in Septemb
Originally posted on classical life: Sort of the “Become Ocean” of its day. William Henry Fry (1813-1864) Tony Rowe conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. To hear other works in my Neglected Symphonies series, click here.
Thomas Wilkins, conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, will open the venue's season on Saturday. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)Los Angeles Times By Mikael Wood Contact ReporterFriday, June 16, 2017Thomas Wilkins was clearly psyched to
quitefranklytv: lorilightning: which keanu are you today While choosing #7, I questioned why no Sad Keanu option? Then @quitefranklytv comes through.
Terri Stuart, left, presenting Matthew Shilvock with something at the March Wagner Society meeting.Photo by Lisa Hirsch.Matthew Shilvock, the still-new general director of San Francisco Opera, spoke to the Wagner Society of Northern Californ
My 3rd Youtube video to break a million views - yay! Shout out to all the oboe players!
Last week the 4000th post was uploaded to An Overgrown Path. All those posts amount to a total word count of 1.6 million. As a comparison the Qur'an contains 77,449 words and the King James Bible 790,676. And the onslaught continues today with a post
 Prof. Janise White Dr. Zanaida Robles John Malveaux of www.MusicUNTOLD.com  sends this release:Afro-American Chamber Music Society Orchestra Awarded California Arts Council Local Impact GrantStat
Scott Joplin: The Complete Rags, Waltzes & MarchesWilliam Appling, PianoWASO 2008-4 (2017)Scott Joplin (c.1867-1917) is profiled at AfriClassical.com, which features a Bibliography and comprehensive Works List by Dr. Dominiq
In my piece on Josphin Pladan and the Salons de la Rose + Croix, I devote some space to Erik Satie's astonishing score for Pladan's mystical drama Le Fils des Etoiles, which was produced in conjunction with the first Salon...In my piece on Josphin Pl
The stupendous Finnish soprano Karita Mattila with her prizeTuesday night: the lights are low and the music's high on the agenda. The Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards are the annual UK jamboree that celebrates the best and brightest of music-m
Misreading this present discs title as An Orange in April, I thought it a basket of sweet delights, juicy Suites for two violins and basso continuo. Now that I know better Un orage davril, not Une orange en avril I amend that impression, still accura
Guildhall School - Radamisto - Anna Sideris, Dominick Felix - (c) Clive Barda Handel Radamisto; Bianca Andrew, Jade Moffatt, Anna Sideris, Dominick Felix, dir: John Ramster, cond: Chad Matthias Kelly; Guildhall School of Music and Drama Reviewed by R
Lloyd Webber with a young musician from In Harmony, LiverpoolIts all go at Birmingham Conservatoire. There's a new 57m building nearly ready for next academic year, state-of-the-art technologies to open up music education to the world and a launch in
John Malveaux of www.MusicUNTOLD.com writes:Houston Ebony Opera Guild presents FREE Juneteenth Lecture-Demonstration and Panel Discussion. 
I saw the first performance of PBO & Friends' short run of Rameau's Le Temple de la Gloire, with libretto by Voltaire, on Friday night, April 28. Cal Performances presented it at Zellerbach Hall, one of their venues on the UCB Campus.&nbs
The Silver Birch youth company in rehearsalThe Oxford Times has run a preview of our Garsington opera, Silver Birch (music by Roxanna Panufnik, libretto by me). Read it here.THE horrors of the First World War will meet the tragedy of modern day confl
Sweat, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Lynn Nottage, directed by Kate Whoriskey, will close on Sunday, June 25. On that date, it will have played 24 previews and 105 regular performances. The production began previews began Saturday, March 4 and o
Warner Musics Wild Stride is a six peak charity challenge taking place in the Lake District. On Friday the 9th June, 88 people from across Warner Music UK will be taking part in a Six Peak Challenge in aid of Centrepoint, including Leanne Fata and Vi
Yvette Devereux conductingJohn Malveaux of www.MusicUNTOLD.com  writes:I was blessed to see and understand the significance of Calvin Simmons conducting the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Rosie Lomas (Vixen), Tim Dickinson (Badger) - Silent Opera - Vixen (photo Robert Workman) Janacek, Higgins, Pappenheim, Evans Vixen; Robin Bailey, Tim Dickinson, Ivan Ludlow, Rosie Lomas, Jessie Grimes, Rosanna Ter-Berg, Phillip Granel; Silent Opera
New home: the Elbphilharmonie, HamburgThe London Philharmonic Orchestra has allegedly accepted a remarkable offer from the City of Hamburg to move to Germany after Brexit, adopting a new home base at the magnificent Elbphilharmonie. The UK orchestra
Silent Opera - Vixen (Photo Robert Workman)Daisy EvansSilent Opera is currently performing Vixen, based on Janacek's The Cunning Little Vixen, at The Vaults in Waterloo. Silent Opera, founded by Daisy Evans, is no ordinary opera company; they perform
J.S. Bach , St. John Passion (1724), The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Academy of Ancient Music Soloists Stephen Cleobury (conductor), KGS Adequacy Amid Excellence There's some wonderful singing here from James Gilchrist, Neal Davies, Iestyn Da
The Philharmonia has today announced the appointment of their new principal guest conductor. And their other principal guest conductor too. The lucky maestri are Jakub Hrua from the Czech Republic and Santtu-Matias Rouvali from Finland. They will tak