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Classical (Music Genre)

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  • Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra 2015-16 season

     Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra 2015-16 season
    Broadway star Davis Gaines, a graduate of Orlando's Edgewater High, will perform with the Orlando Philharmonic next season. The orchestra unveiled its 2015-16 lineup Monday, after announcing Eric Jacobsen as its new music director. Jacobsen had a hand...
  • Park Ridge Civic Orchestra delights in Mahler's Fifth

    Park Ridge Civic Orchestra delights in Mahler's Fifth
    The Park Ridge Civic Orchestra will present its first-ever performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 5 on May 6 at the Pickwick Theatre as part of the "A Little Night Music: Mozart and Mahler" concert. They will play under the baton of music director...
  • A protean John Zorn musical marathon at LACMA and UCLA

     A protean John Zorn musical marathon at LACMA and UCLA
    John Zorn is a defiant, protean musician, inescapable on the American scene everywhere it would seem except Los Angeles. But after a 25-year absence, he was back this weekend to proteate. Is that a verb? Maybe not yet. But Zorn made it one with a...
  • Entertainment Announcements

    ASO concerts Mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor will perform "Neruda Songs" by American composer Peter Lieberson during concerts with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. May 8 and May 9 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St. Music...
  • Bicket's CSO program goes Bach to the future

    Bicket's CSO program goes Bach to the future
    One indication of how thoroughly absorbed into the general classical music culture the aesthetic of historically informed performance has become is the easy mastery with which many musicians shuttle between modern symphony orchestras and period-instrument...
  • L.A.'s rich tradition of new music carries on

    L.A.'s rich tradition of new music carries on
    Just as Hollywood stars are asked not to age, Los Angeles seems as though it will never lose its reputation as a town without a past. We came on the scene late culturally and believe ourselves always capable of reinvention. Tradition? That's so "Fiddler...
  • Here & Now for April 30

    Here & Now for April 30
    Entertainment in Lake County including concerts, festivals, performances and more. Antioch Show and sale: Antique Bottle Club of Northern Illinois will hold its annual Antiques, Bottles and Collectibles Show and Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 3 at...
  • Elgin Youth Symphony shows its stuff at season finale

    Elgin Youth Symphony shows its stuff at season finale
    Rather than just learning how to play the music, students are taught how to really understand the meaning behind it. "We tend to build our seasons rather than just a bunch of concerts. We're not just teaching them how to play an instrument, we're...
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

     Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Apollo Chorus of Chicago: Stephen Alltop directs the season finale, a global potpourri ranging from contemporary pieces by Arvo Part, James MacMillan and Eric Whitacre, to American folksongs and gospel music. 7:30 p.m. Friday, Fourth Presbyterian Church,...
  • Bach Festival has new ideas, new perspective

    The Bethlehem Bach Festival is re-imagining itself for its 108th year, featuring more audience involvement, increased participation for young musicians and intimate new venues in which to enjoy it all. The festival takes place Friday and Saturday, May 1...
  • Bychkov, CSO make Bruckner's 80-minute journey gripping

     Bychkov, CSO make Bruckner's 80-minute journey gripping
    Basking in the burnished glow of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's performance of Anton Bruckner's monumental Eighth Symphony on Thursday night at Symphony Orchestra, one found it hard to believe this was long thought to be a problem piece. So...