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THE story of three young boys who died in a blizzard on Darwen's moors has inspired a renowned musician to compose a piece of classical music.
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Take a look at some of the best in photographs sent to the Warren Reporter during the week of May 13-17, 2013.
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Saxophonist Julian Smith is making a welcome return to the Lichfield Garrick on Saturday 1 June with his band and a special guest vocalist.
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Nelsons, 34, will be the youngest music director to lead the BSO in more than a century when he assumes the post in the 2014-15 season.
Superstar soprano Kathleen Battle brings her "Underground Railroad" program back to the Music Center at Strathmore .
In 1884, Pierrot Lunaire: Rondels Bergamasques , a collection of 50 poems by symbolist Belgian poet Albert Giraud was published.
Host Scott Simon speaks with New York Times classical music critic Anthony Tommasini about conductor James Levine's return to the Metropolitan Opera after a series of health problems kept him away for two years.
The Diamond Valley Community Orchestra, formerly known as the Golden Eagle Orchestra, performs Sunday, May 19, at Mt.
And with the promise of classical music mixed with break dancing and a Brazilian martial arts dance form, the audience looks set to enjoy a diverse and dynamic show from this vibrant young London-based orchestra.
A Steinway & Sons piano that belonged to legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz has been touring the country, and on Tuesday evening, the piano was featured in West Point for a reception hosted by the Mississippi State University College of Education and Department of Music.
What's better than a musical? A star-studded cast in a musical, of course! Ever since "Chicago," Rob Marshall has made a name for himself, winning the Oscar for Best Picture back in 2003.
"You can call it comfort food, if you like," said music director and conductor Frank Fetta about the program for the May 18 season finale concert of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra.
Siberian-born Russian violin virtuoso Maxim Vengerov came back completely rejuvenated in 2011 from the long hiatus he'd taken to cure psychological burnout and shoulder injury.
The Caravan of Thieves will perform at the Towne Crier Cafe in Pawling, N.Y., on Saturday, May 18.
A pair of successful Music Institute of Chicago alumni will give a recital Saturday from their new CD, "Violin Lullabies," which has been getting national attention for its unusual focus and beautiful sound.