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‘A Quick 5’ with Dénes Várjon, international pianist, presented by the Candlelight Concert Society

Concert pianist, Dénes Várjon. Photo by Felvégi Andréa. On March 27, 2022, the Candlelight Concert Society will present Dénes Várjon, “the most exciting and beloved pianist on the international stage”. The program will include Bach’s “Sonata in A minor”, Schumann’s “Fantaisie in C major”, Mozart’s “Rondo in D major” and Chopin’s “Sonata in B minor”. His sensational technique, his deep ...

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Cellist Amit Peled announces new album ‘Solus et una’ Feat. Bach Suites No. 4 & 5 and Brahms for cello choir

On Friday, April 29, 2022, cellist Amit Peled releases his next album, Solus et una, on CTM Classics. A sequel to his critically acclaimed 2018 album Bach Vol. 1, Solus et una features JS Bach’s Suites No. 4 and 5 for solo cello, as well as a brand new arrangement for cello choir of the Andante from Brahms’ Symphony No. ...

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A new competition to give young black pianists the chance to shine

CINCINNATI — Awadagin Pratt believes his “great breakthrough” came in 1992 when he won the Naumburg International Piano Competition — one of the most prestigious competitions of its kind in the world for young pianists. At just 26, he became the first African-American instrumentalist to win the award. What do you want to know Awadagin Pratt created the Nina Simone ...

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Rhode Island Philharmonic will present GRIEG’S PIANO CONCERTO

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off spring with Grieg’s Piano Concerto featuring pianist Joyce Yang on Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. at VETS. Maestro Bramwell Tovey conducts this 2021-2022 Taco Classical Series concert featuring the RI Philharmonic Orchestra’s premiere of prestigious local composer Eric Nathan’s the space of a door, Grieg’s Piano Concerto and R. Strauss’ Suite from ...

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Offer of the baroque concert hall for Tynte Street

A classical composer has applied to host public performances in a heritage-listed house in North Adelaide which he has converted into a Baroque concert hall, saying it will give Australians the chance to enjoy classical music in a European or Russian style. The Concert Hall at 104 Tynte Street in North Adelaide. Photo: Supplied Composer and pianist Julian Cochran, who ...

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The Reynolda Quartet returns to Maison Reynolda on March 27

The Reynolda Quartet, acclaimed faculty-artists from UNCSA’s School of Music, will perform “In The Footsteps of a Giant,” a quartet program by Béla Bartók and Johannes Brahms, at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art at 15 h. Sunday March 27. The concert will be the quartet’s first return to Reynolda since their first gig in February 2020. TO BUY ...

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Music teachers present a concert on February 27 | Culture & Leisure

The spotlight will be on local music teachers on February 27, when the Lincoln County Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA) presents its annual “Spotlight on the Teachers” benefit concert at the Newport Performing Arts Center. Teacher Recitals have been held since the late 1990s, following the arrival in Lincoln County of music teachers Mary Lee Scoville, Jessie Treon and Suzanne ...

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The Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra will shed light on the black composer’s “lost” work

When pianist Michelle Cann takes center stage this weekend with the Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestra, she’ll put her talent for musical storytelling to the test. She’ll be playing Florence Price’s Piano Concerto in One Movement, which not only covers a lot of ground in 20 minutes, but also has quite the backstory. “You have to put so much character and ...

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🌱 Bed bugs shut down assisted living center + sexual assault at UofU

Hello people of Salt Lake City! It’s me again, Joseph Peterson, your host for the Salt Lake City Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Cloudy and sunny weather. Top: 42 Bottom: 23. Here are the top 3 stories in Salt Lake City today: Fraternity and sorority students at the University of Utah flooded the Yik Yak anonymous app with stories of ...

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Templeton High announces nominees for Girls State Conference

Girls State is a fake government program that works with the American Legion Auxiliary – Five young women from Templeton High School’s junior class have been nominated to attend this year’s week-long Girls’ State Conference, which focuses on learning, responsible citizenship and leadership at the Convention of State of the American Legion’s Auxiliary Girls. The nominees are Tess Ryujin, Karen ...

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Passionate artist and pedagogue | The Manila Times

Germany-based pianist, Dr Abelardo Galang 2nd Our featured artist today is Germany-based pianist Dr. Abelardo Galang 2e. He teaches at the Berlin Piano School and directs the graduate program in performance at the Philippine Women’s University (PWU). He has given numerous solo recitals and chamber concerts in Europe and Asia, the Middle East and Egypt. It was presented at the ...

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“Phoenix Ascending” for Haas, Schmidt – The Free Weekly

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN [email protected] If you read about the lives of pianist/composer Heather Schmidt and Symphony of Northwest Arkansas Music Director Paul Haas, you might wonder how they ever found the time to perform together. Haas, as his fans in Northwest Arkansas know, conducts not only SoNA but the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra in Canada and guest conducts orchestras across the ...

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The Academy of Classical Music takes a patriotic approach to the future of music in Armenia

[ad_1] YREVAN, DECEMBER 29, ARMENPRESS. The Cultural Foundation Music for the Future, together with the State Symphony Orchestra of Armenia and the European Foundation for the Support of Culture (EUFSC), hosted the Academy of Classical Music “Music for the Future” in Yerevan, as part of the Armenia International Music Festival. As ARMENPRESS has been informed by the Music for the ...

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MTSU’s Fall 2021 Class Marks ‘Student Success’ with Over 1,600 New Degrees

[ad_1] MURFREESBORO, Tennessee – Amidst the 1,672 new success stories celebrated at Middle Tennessee State University on Saturday, December 11, Fall 2021 graduate Brelinda Johnson is making her mark on students and university staff. Johnson, director of the MTSU Scholars Academy since 2018, balanced work and school to set a precedent in college: she was awarded the first doctorate aimed ...

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BUSINESS BRIEFS: Flying Cloud mentor training; Berkshire Money Management Opens UK Office; Horan joins Cain Hibbard; Berkshire Music School, BCC add staff

[ad_1] Flying Cloud Institute hosts mentor training at Berkshire Innovation Center PITTSFIELD – Friday, November 19, Flying Cloud Institute (FCI) hosted a mentor training session for its Girls Science Club program at Berkshire Innovation Center (BIC) in Pittsfield. New mentors, alumni and future mentors who are young women or non-binary youth have been invited to attend. The session included hands-on ...

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The next “Music in Calary” concert is ready to be released on YouTube

[ad_1] THE third concert recorded during the summer at Calary Church is Titus et Bérénice by Rita Strohl performed by Annette Cleary on cello and Réamonn Keary on piano, narrated by Barry McGovern. her concert will air on YouTube on Thursday, November 18 for future viewing. Annette Cleary studied cello at the Royal Irish Academy of Music with Coral Bognuda, ...

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Words of (and to) the wise men

[ad_1] Judy Pease “To me, I find three things to be most important in retirement: keeping my mind active through education, my body through activity and exercise, and trying to make some contribution. Prior to my retirement, I learned about LIFE (Learning Is ForEver), which is a lifelong learning program of the RCTC. I continue to take classes and am ...

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New Chamber Ballet dancer and founder Lois Ellyn dies

[ad_1] Lois Ellyn, ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher and founder and artistic director of the New Chamber Ballet in Fullerton, Calif., Died on Saturday, August 28, 2021, just weeks after directing the production of the ballet. A little night dance, at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton. Ellyn was born Lois Margaret Ellen Smith on June 19, 1924, to Edith Baldwin ...

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Professors Marshall perform again after hiatus – The Parthenon

[ad_1] After a year-and-a-half hiatus, two professors from Marshall University took to the stage on Sunday with a recreation of romantic era sonatas at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. The students were greeted at 3 p.m. for a free performance by professors Solen Dikener, who plays the cello and Johan Botes, who plays the piano. “What we hope to achieve ...

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Opera arrangements, symphony numbers and worship standards highlight the fall musical program

[ad_1] Musical performances at the MC this fall will be enriched by the presence of community members in the audience, according to Dr. Benjamin Williams, president of music. Please note that this article contains affiliate links and any sales made through such links will reward MageeNews.com a small commission – at no additional cost to you. After an exclusive 2020-21 ...

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NSU professor Paul Forsyth and Chialing Hsieh to perform new works in recital on September 24

[ad_1] Saxophonist Paul Forsyth and pianist Chialing Hsieh will present a recital “Première: New Works for Saxophone and Piano” on Friday, September 24 at 6 pm in the Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Those present are requested to respect the university regulations and to wear a mask at all times in the building. The ...

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Maltese classical composers receive well-deserved attention

[ad_1] Maltese classical music compositions were the showcase for this year’s edition of Inclassica’s International classical piano competition with its participants and eventual winner performing pieces by Malta’s most famous composers. Taking place in Dubai, far from Malta due to the limitations of COVID-19, the performance was the culmination of a two-year project, which saw 14 preliminary competitions held at ...

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Two musicians take the stage with beautiful music – The Parthenon

[ad_1] After a one-and-a-half-year hiatus, two musician professors from Marshall University took to the stage on Sunday with a recreation of romantic era sonatas at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse. The students were greeted at 3 p.m. for a free performance by professors Solen Dikener, who plays the cello and Johan Botes, who plays the piano. “What we hope to ...

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Bringing the Music Back: Central Basin Community Concert Series Returns to Stage Tonight

[ad_1] While the venue may be different to start the season, the quality of performances and community enthusiasm will be the same as the Central Basin Community Concert Association hosts its first performance since the pandemic on Friday night. Award-winning duo Shea-Kim, consisting of classical musicians Brendan Shea and Yerin Kim, will begin the concert series this evening at 7 ...

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“The 10th anniversary edition of the InClassica international music festival will be a wonderful event for Dubai”

[ad_1] This summer the European Foundation for the Support of Culture (EUFSC) partners with SAMIT Event Group to present the 10eanniversary edition of its famous InClassica International music festival. For the first time in its history, the festival will be held in the Middle East, with the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai, which has been chosen as the host ...

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Vivace Music Festival brings world-class classical music to Wilmington

[ad_1] Wilmington has a music festival – great music performed at the highest level. The Vivace music festival debuted on July 22 and continues through August 9 with concerts at the Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College, St. James Episcopal Church and First Presbyterian Church. Vivace (pronounced Vee-VAH-chey) is the second classical music series to come to Wilmington this ...

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Busy Summer for Gusties – GAC faculty and students worked on educational projects over the summer. Posted on 23 July 2021 by msousa

[ad_1] Summer is a time to enjoy the good weather, spend time with family and friends, and turn off school mode. However, our students and teachers continue to create and work on their craft. Let’s see what our Gusties have done. GuStavus Adolphus College music teacher and conductor Dr. Elisabeth Cherland presented What we need is here: make music at ...

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SSSB organizes the Summon the Heroes concert | Lifestyles

[ad_1] After an 18-month hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, the Southern Stars Symphonic Brass is preparing a new season of “Premium Entertainment” concerts. This 30-piece professional instrumental ensemble will kick off its 2021-’22 season with a free concert titled Summon the Heroes on Saturday, September 4 at 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on The Grove’s new outdoor performance stage ...

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Music is in the air after a year of silence

[ad_1] When Octavio Mas-Arocas, of Spanish descent, first arrived at Michigan State University last July to lead the College of Music’s orchestral program, he was a little disappointed. How does a passionate young conductor begin to blow fire into his orchestra if there is no orchestra to conduct? Covid restrictions put a huge drag on his plans. “It was very ...

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Bienen Releases First Video in Three-Part Black Composer Showcase Series

[ad_1] Daily archive photo by Daniel Tian The Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Center for the Musical Arts, home to the Bienen School of Music. Bienen has launched a three-part Black Composer Showcase series featuring student performances in voice and instrumentals, as well as presentations on the works and composers by professors and student musicologists and guests. The Bienen ...

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Well done! Vail Music Festival returns for its 34th season

[ad_1] Well done! Vail is already off to a good start after two weeks of distinguished performances.Tomas Cohen / Daily Special World-class orchestral music is in the air, and that’s because the Bravo! The Vail Music Festival is back in the valley for its 34th season this summer. Over the past three decades, Bravo! Vail gained a reputation as one ...

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