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  • Curtis Symphony Orchestra provides glimpse of great music to come

    By Philip A. Metzger Special to The Morning Call On Friday night the student orchestra of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia made one of its all-too-infrequent visits to Allentown’s Symphony Hall. The orchestra brought music old and new,...
  • Pasadena Symphony: Michael Stern takes baton for ailing DePreist

    Pasadena Symphony artistic advisor James DePreist is recovering from heart surgery; Michael Stern will replace him for its April 28 program at the Ambassador Auditorium.


    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Named by the General Assembly after Kent county in England. Its Indian name was Scatacook, meaning a place where a river divides. ORIGINS: The area was originally part of the western lands formerly held by Hartford and Windsor. In...

    Music review: Midori and Robert McDonald at Walt Disney Concert Hall

    The violinist Midori and her longtime accompanist Robert McDonald opened their Walt Disney Concert Hall recital on Sunday with Mozart’s charming Sonata in G major. It was a lighthearted warm-up for what turned out to be a deeply serious program...

    Culture Watch: What's new in music, DVDs and books

    Books: “Seven Mozart Librettos” (Norton): Poet J.D. McClatchy offers lyric verse translations of Mozart’s mature operas. They read wonderfully. — Mark Swed CDs: “Isaac Stern: Keeping the Doors Open” (Sony Classical): This commemoration of...