Los Angeles becomes hub for Holocaust restitution
I was thrilled to read on overnight mails that the Colburn School, where I shall be lecturing in February, is establishing a program on composers who were suppressed by the Nazis and whose music has never been restored.
The Christmas Oratorio, in Concert
On the program: Brandenburg Concerto No. 8 - Montreal Baroque Band, Eric Milnes, conductor Preludes and Fugues from Book I of The Well-Tempered Clavier: No.
The New Zealand Herald
William Dart: Schoenberg's power antidote for poison tag
The unthinking dismissal of Schoenberg as box office poison was proved a calumny when a good crowd turned up for the closing concert of the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra's New Zealand Herald Premier Series.
Review: Jacaranda's Nov. 9th 'Shattered Glass' a moving and beautiful concert
This past weekend, Saturday Nov. 9th, Jacaranda chamber music series known as "music at the edge" presented a beautiful concert of 20th century music titled "Shattered Glass" at the First Presbyterian Church in Santa Monica, CA.
The Jewish Journal
Philippine typhoon death toll to rise as rescuers reach remote areas
Harry Corre, held as a prisoner of war during World War II by Japanese military forces in the city of Omuta, was behind a brick building when he saw a Last week, a professor of physics and astronomy told The New York Times that the probability of an asteroid hitting the earth ---- it happened over Chelyabinsk, Russia, in February, with the energy ... (more)