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Music critic Alex Ross once wrote that Vivaldi's concertos "follow a seemingly predictable formula, but nothing turns out quite as expected; melodies jump from key to key, slip into the minor mode, stop short, go on longer than usual, break into fragments."
Business & Heritage Clarksville
Go for Baroque with Gateway Chamber Orchestra and Choir
The Gateway Chamber Orchestra and Choir will perform a little-known choral work by Antonio Vivaldi at the Madison Street United Methodist Church during the GCO's second annual Winter Baroque Concert at 3 p.m. on December 8. In 1939, Italian composer Alfredo Casella performed the Vivaldi piece, which was about 200 years old.
The Daily Breeze
Soloist Michelle Zukovsky plays beautiful clarinet concerto at Chamber Orchestra concert
At the second concert of its season, the Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay, under the direction of Maestro Frances Steiner, offered up something classical and modern Sunday night.
The Priests Set for The Grand 1894 Opera House Today
Gracing center-stage at The Grand 1894 Opera House, Fathers Eugene and Martin O'Hagan and Father David Delargy- aka The Priests, blend their tenor and baritone voices to sing beautiful traditional hymns and classical pieces from Hayden and Vivaldi.
Birmingham leaders you should know: Kimberly Felder Scott
Kimberly Felder Scott is a professional musician and chair of the music department at the Alabama School of Fine Arts.
Salt Lake Tribune
Vivaldi by Candlelight will bring violinists home
This year's edition of the long-running Vivaldi by Candlelight marks a milestone: It's Gerald Elias' 10th anniversary as music director.
The Daily Republic
Zany holiday entertainment offered at Napa Valley venue
A deliberate holiday mix up is about see center stage at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theatre in Yountville.
This Is Somerset
Coffee concerts return to Rook Lane Chapel
Booking is now open for the 2014 season of Coffee Concerts at Rook Lane Chapel in Frome which maintains the high quality of performance that is a hallmark of these events.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Pacific Baroque Orchestra at LCMS Dec. 8
Langley audiences are being offered a rare treat this holiday season as Vancouver's Pacific Baroque Orchestra makes its way to the Valley to perform a program of Advent and Christmas pieces by Vivaldi, Handel and Lully, combined with traditional Acadian and Gregorian repertoire - bringing light during the darkest part of the year.
The New Zealand Herald
Book review: History of music sings with interesting anecdotes
At the height of Beatlemania, when they realised the earning power of their songs, John Lennon and Paul McCartney would, according to the latter, sit down and say, "Let's write a swimming pool."
The London Free Press
Diametric duo finds common ground
Orchestra London's guests on Sunday afternoon at Centennial Hall are pianist Chris Donnelly and clarinet star Kornel Wolak who comprise the Wolak/Donnelly duo.