Diabolic Music at the SF Symphony
The San Francisco Symphony is holding a series of tune-up, farewell concerts this weekend before taking off on a Grand European Tour of Birmingham, London, Paris, Geneva, Dortmund, Luxembourg, Prague, and Vienna.
SF Classical Voice
Mardi Gras Playlist
A couple of days have passed since the actual Mardi Gras celebration, the last big blowout before the penitential season of Lent, when Christians are supposed to prepare for the observance of Good Friday.
Pacific Symphony Presents Ravel's Piano Concerto, Now thru 3/8
Surging with energy, spontaneity and diversity, Pacific Symphony's upcoming concert-"Ravel's Piano Concerto"-is devoted to music from 19th-century France.
Minot Daily News
March's cultural menagerie
Ready for Minot's March cultural question? How important is the weather on your decision on whether to go out and come to a cultural event? With all of our modern electrical equipment, weather is not that important to us, but it is to all those instrumentalists and thespians.
Pacific Symphony to Present Ravel's Piano Concerto, Featuring...
Surging with energy, spontaneity and diversity, Pacific Symphony 's upcoming concert-"Ravel's Piano Concerto"-is devoted to music from 19th-century France.
Canton Symphony Chorus celebrates its 30th Anniversary with Brahms
The Canton Symphony Chorus began 30 years ago as a volunteer adult ensemble. The Chorus is now 65 members strong and is able to perform such major works such as Berlioz, Mozart and Verdi requiems, Beethoven's "Symphony No.