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Green Bay Press-Gazette
Makaroff Ballet presents emotional holiday tale
"The Little Match Girl" by Hans Christian Andersen was first published in December 1845, but its story about dreams, hope and reuniting with a loved one are timeless.
Silver Birch quartet highlights French composers
The Silver Birch String Quartet is presenting their second concert of the season Nov. 30. For this concert, the quartet is joined by two of Canada's finest musicians: pianist Peter Longworth, and violinist Erika Raum.
Berkshire Symphony The JFK connection
Was it only coincidence that on the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's death, the Berkshire Symphony played a program recalling the hopes and promises cut short on that day in Dallas? Director Ronald Feldman probably didn't plan it that way, but the orchestra's Friday night program made a trajectory from the brilliance of Michael Torke's "Javelin," to ... (more)
Press & Sun-Bulletin
A Life Lived: Binghamton University professor's life was filled with music
Eric Peters loved the game. He and his passenger would be tooling down the road and he'd click on the radio.
NPR's Christopher O'Reilly Performs at The Alden Tonight
Prestigious artist, pianist and national media personality, Christopher O'Riley, comes to The Alden in McLean for a single performance of "Out of My Hands" tonight, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. O'Riley's memorable interpretations of both traditional and popular repertoire have made him a cherished bridge between music lover of all tastes and genres.
Conrad Tao, a 19-year-old pianist and composer to watch, makes music in Ridgewood
At 19, pianist and composer Conrad Tao has proven himself as someone to listen to - for his music and for his ideas.
The New Zealand Herald
William Dart: Delight in the gardens of Spain
Scottish pianist Steven Osborne is missing his family on this four-week tour down under, but "it's a great job and a privilege to get paid to play this amazing music".