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Each August, the Britt Festivals invites internationally famous pianists, violinists, vocalists - along with a surprise or two - to join its professional 90-member orchestra for a three-week celebration of classical works in Southern Oregon.
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The decision means Southampton City Council will lose up to A 590,000 in 2015-16, although the exact sums have yet to be announced.
RenA© Jacobs's fine new release of Handel's extraordinary 1733 opera was recorded in the Concertgebouw of Bruges in the summer of 2013, after staged performances at the Monnaie in Brussels.
A North-east couple are preparing for a touching tribute to their baby son, who died when he was only weeks old.
Amanda Banks announced Thursday she would ask Republican precinct committee members to select her as the temporary replacement for her husband, Sen. Jim Banks of Columbia City.
In the past when classical record sales were sluggish, industry luminaries such as Walter Legge and John Culshaw sorted things out by making legendary recordings such as the Giulini Verdi Requiem and the Solti Ring .
Composer and pianist Andrew Morris, along with young saxaphonist Theo Jobst and double bass player Sam Powell, will be taking on Edinburgh with Give Take - a performance of 10 musical remedy pieces of contemporary jazz with a classical edge.
Frank Zielhorst from the Netherlands will officially be the 2014 Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association, a key role at the BSO.
The former Imax site will play host to the OnStage at Pier Approach programme, backed by Co Wheels Car Company and Bournemouth Borough Council , between Monday and August 24. The free events are in addition to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra concerts on Saturday, August 9, for which a ticket ballot was held earlier this month.
Photo courtesy of Symphony Silicon Valley Target Summer Pops, the region's largest free music festival, kicks off July 26 at San Jose State University.
TWO local charities collaborated to create a music-making day for 17 children from the Ukraine affected by the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster.
Thousands of athletes from 71 nations and territories are taking part before a 40,000-strong crowd and a global TV audience up up to one billion people.
A series of classical pop culture ads is bringing attention to the importance of live arts to younger generations.
Hey, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra is back at the Meadow Brook Music Festival to help its former summer home celebrate its 50th anniversary! It's only for one night, so don't blink or you'll miss it.
He first joined the newspaper in 1971 and was quickly recruited by its then music critic, the distinguished journalist and broadcaster Kenneth Loveland, to help out with reviewing a busy South Wales music scene.
Elaine Stritch, seen here in this September, 2012, file photo, won a Tony award for her one-woman show Elaine Stritch at Liberty.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 10:10 am
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