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Classical (Music Genre)

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  • Evening of tangerine dreams as wild Up makes its Santa Barbara debut

    Evening of tangerine dreams as wild Up makes its Santa Barbara debut
    SANTA BARBARA — The young Los Angeles new music ensemble wild Up, which is doing one of the better jobs anywhere of keeping classical music surprising and tantalizing, made its Santa Barbara debut Saturday night at the sedate and well-tended Music...
  • Sondra Radvanovsky triumphs in dynamic recital

    Sondra Radvanovsky triumphs in dynamic recital
    Illinois soprano Sondra Radvanovsky is a familiar figure beloved by local and international opera audiences. She has won fans for singing Leonora in Verdi's "Il Trovatore" and the title roles of Puccini's "Suor Angelica" and "Tosca" for L.A. Opera over...
  • Thursday: Wine Down Thursday at Miller Symphony Hall

    Thursday: Wine Down Thursday at Miller Symphony Hall
    "Wine down" your week with mingling, music and, of course, wine at a Wine Down Thursday event Thursday, Nov. 13, at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. Mixing and mingling will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the venue's Rodale Community Room and a concert...
  • Review: New Pennsylvania Philharmonic is excellent in Lehigh Valley debut

    Review: New Pennsylvania Philharmonic is excellent in Lehigh Valley debut
    The newly formed Pennsylvania Philharmonic played a lively concert, subtitled "Fascinatin' Rhythms," Friday night in Baker Hall at Zoellner Arts Center. The concert was preceded by a brief description of the Philharmonic's dual mission: high-quality...
  • Review: Celebrating Charlie Parker with panache

    Review: Celebrating Charlie Parker with panache
    Charlie Parker died more than half a century ago, at age 34, but his music resonates in our culture to this day. The bebop idiom that he and others codified stands as the predominant jazz language of the 20th century and echoes in the work of young...
  • Concert review: CSO performing Dvorak, more, at Orchestra Hall

    Concert review: CSO performing Dvorak, more, at Orchestra Hall
    For most of the 20th Century, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra supplemented its regular subscription series of concerts with single biweekly programs that presented popular repertory. The last CSO music director to take these "pop concerts" seriously...
  • Muti concludes fall CSO term with Polish musical salute

     Muti concludes fall CSO term with Polish musical salute
    Riccardo Muti is wrapping up his fall residency with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra this weekend with a program that begins and ends with pieces of Polish musical inspiration. If you imagine that has something to do with the fact that the music director...
  • Classical: Moravian music conference features Australian composer's premiere

    Sean O'Boyle, Moravian College's artist-lecturer in composition, is an Australian-born composer/conductor who nurtures a keen interest in the music of indigenous Australians in addition to a passion for jazz and jazz clarinet. Yet neither jazz nor the...
  • New, old take on classical music starts at Lynn

    When Lynn University Conservatory of Music kicks off another season this weekend, the dean and the music director expect some sold-out audiences for the philharmonia, recitals and even master classes. "Why would audiences pay to hear a bunch of...
  • Violinist Joshua Bell opens Pacific Symphony's 'season of giants'

    Violinist Joshua Bell opens Pacific Symphony's 'season of giants'
    Pacific Symphony is billing its next go-round as the "season of giants." And, if the press is any indicator, they don't come much bigger than Joshua Bell. The violinist, who will play at the symphony's season opener Thursday, once inspired a critic to...
  • Classical: Princeton Singers celebrate 30 years during Zoellner concert

    Classical: Princeton Singers celebrate 30 years during Zoellner concert
    When the Princeton Singers was founded in 1983 by John Bertalot, then choir-master organist at Trinity Church in Princeton, N.J., the small group of devoted singers could only dream that 30 years later they would earn a reputation as one of the nation's...