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Thursday | Hispanic Business
He has already unearthed a long-lost opera by Telemann, and he's now resurrected one of and nicely timed for CPE Bach's tercentenary this year, was likely to have been the work's first airing since the late 18th century.
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Thursday Apr 17 | Hispanic Business
It was Mustaine's first foray into the classical realm. "I love challenges like this," he said in a phone interview in March from his home.
Thursday Apr 17 | National Public Radio
A German quartet calling themselves the Salut Salon is surging in social media right now with a bout of one-upwomanship that mixes together music, acrobatics and some good slapstick timing.
Thursday Apr 17 | WNYC-AM New York
Johann Sebastian Bach wrote his St. Matthew Passion for a single purpose-to present the biblical passion story, in music, at Good Friday vesper services.
Thursday Apr 17 | Examiner.com
Student recitals at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music frequently provide intriguing opportunities to learn more about repertoire.
Thursday Apr 17 | Surrey Advertiser
With a dazzling programme of captivating music performed by some of the world's pre-eminent artists and rising stars in beautiful settings, The Surrey Hills International Music Festival continues its fifth celebratory season over the Bank Holiday weekend, from Wednesday to Sunday May 1 to 4. Grammy nominated mandolin player Avi Avital, will join ... (more)
Thursday Apr 17 | Gramophone
'We have only one Bach, whose manner is entirely original and peculiar to him alone.'
NIU Pan Graduates who will in be concert this month from left, Josanne Francis, Christina Guerrero, Emily Lanxner, Yuki Nakano and Mike Schwebke.
It's been a long time coming but finally it's here. For all of us who love both classical and jazz, Music at the Main's next presentation draws on the best of both traditions.
Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Music Director and celebrated pianist Jeffrey Kahane performs Bach's timeless Goldberg Variations, BWV 988, one of the most important and well-known works of the variation form ever composed, in LACO's Baroque Conversations series on Thursday, May 1, 2014, 7 pm, at Zipper Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
Pacific Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble's season finale celebrates musical learning with programming that makes connections between classical and contemporary composers.
Cantata BWV 182 Himmelsknig, sei willkommen - Malin Hartelius, soprano; Nathalie Stutzmann, alto; James Gilchrist, tenor; Peter Harvey, bass; Monteverdi Choir & English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner, conductor J.S. Bach's music offers both the foundation of classical music and an intimate window on the human condition.
Auckland Chamber Orchestra always comes up with programming that takes little heed of barriers and borders.
Starting this week, local entertainment holds treats both for the ear and eye, beginning Monday in the manner of Mozart with the JSU/Community Orchestra spring concert.