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Thumbnail : Martin Helmchen Debuts with the SF Symphony. Yan Pascal Tortelier Conducts Berlioz’ Roman Carnival, the Schumann Concerto and Dvorak’s Symphony No.7

Martin Helmchen Debuts with the SF Symphony. Yan Pascal Tortelier Conducts Berlioz’ Roman Carnival, the Schumann Concerto and Dvorak’s Symphony No.7

“This is such a wonderful program!” gushed the volunteer showing me to my seat. She had already heard Thursday’s concert and clearly looked forward to the repeat in a beatific mood. It made me reflect. Although audiences are more comfortable about being “educated” to a new piece these days – and the new pieces have become more accessible and performance-worthy – there is something to be said for not entering the concert hall as a captive. For once, our orchestra was simply going to play music we all know and love – and try to make us love it more. They succeeded. And it made for a satisfying evening.

Thumbnail : Music at the Schools: Concert Schedules and more from Colleges, Universities, and Conservatories in New York

Music at the Schools: Concert Schedules and more from Colleges, Universities, and Conservatories in New York

Music at Bard: Conservatory Faculty and Students, Fisher Center, American Symphony Orchestra, Opera, Summerscape, Bard Music Festival

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Concerts at Mannes College The New School for Music

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Juilliard School: Complete Performance Schedule

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Thumbnail : Lincoln Center Festival 2011: Ballet, Bruckner, Brook, Druid, Merce, Ruders, Shakespeare…

Lincoln Center Festival 2011: Ballet, Bruckner, Brook, Druid, Merce, Ruders, Shakespeare…

This year the Lincoln Center Festival will be longer and richer than ever. It will offer 116 performances by ensembles and artists from some 20 countries, and will include 6 World, North American, U.S., and New York premieres unfolding in seven venues on and off the Lincoln Center complex. In spite of all this cultural […]

Thumbnail : Picasso: Guitars 1912-1914 at the Museum of Modern Art, February 13–June 6, 2011

Picasso: Guitars 1912-1914 at the Museum of Modern Art, February 13–June 6, 2011

Prodigal sun. What was it really like back then, when the European world was so perfectly made that it had to be unmade? The unmaking came through three linked movements in the early twentieth century: art, revolution, and war. In comfortable times, when paintings hang on the wall without reaching out to hurt anybody, we […]

Thumbnail : Expressions of Haan in the Voice of Korea

Expressions of Haan in the Voice of Korea

Three women bow in prayer before three ropes of suspended white cloth on a stage cast in mist. When the music begins, they shake and tug at the cloths to undo knots that symbolize a soul entangled by bitterness and regret. A fourth woman, crouched behind the others, is the shaman who leads the Ssitkim […]

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