Sunday Aug 10
The Washington Post
Wolf Trap Opera with engaging duo: Sailors and breasts
Opera audiences are often handicapped by their own and others' preconceptions of what they are supposed to like.
Brubeck Quartet Next Up In Free New Haven Green Series
As a composer, Chris Brubeck - bassist, trombone player and the late Dave Brubeck 's son - always had an affinity for working with orchestras and exploring the boundaries between classical music and jazz, what Gunther Schuller dubbed the "Third Stream."
Gerald Carpenter: Academy Faculty Concert to Feature Four Pianists and a Violist
The next chamber music concert by the Music Academy of the West faculty - at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Hahn Hall on the academy campus - will be a mostly pianistic soire.
The Orlando Sentinel
Lakeside Chamber Players host concert in honor of France's Bastille Day
Sunday's concert in honor of Bastille Day - France's Fourth of July - by the Lakeside Chamber Players will be quintessentially French, according to its founder, bassoonist Janet Harris.
All About Jazz
CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: Paquito D'Rivera's "Jazz Meets the Classics" out on Aug. 5th
Legendary Cuban born woodwind master Paquito D'Rivera will release his new classical meets jazz fusion recording on his own Paquito Records on August 5th! The border between classical and jazz music has always been a fluid one, with composers from each camp finding inspiration on both sides of the divide.