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VIDEO: Sneak Peek - PBS's TV Broadcast Premiere of JAZZ AND THE PHILHARMONIC, Airing Tonight
by TV News Desk - February 28, 2014

Coming up tonight, February 28 at 9:00PM EST, PBS will present the national, TV broadcast premiere of Jazz and the Philharmonic, a co-production by the National YoungArts Foundation-a national organization that identifies and supports the next generation of artists-the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, and JAZZ ROOTS Producer Larry Rosen. Jazz and the Philharmonic was presented and filmed at the John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center on January 11, 2013 and is a unique and wholly American concert experience which highlights two of the greatest musical art forms, classical and jazz. Scroll down to see a trailer for the broadcast! (more...)


VIDEO: First Look at PBS's TV Broadcast Premiere of JAZZ AND THE PHILHARMONIC; Airs 2/28
by TV News Desk - January 29, 2014

Coming up on Friday, February 28 at 9:00PM EST, PBS will present the national, TV broadcast premiere of Jazz and the Philharmonic, a co-production by the National YoungArts Foundation-a national organization that identifies and supports the next generation of artists-the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, and JAZZ ROOTS Producer Larry Rosen. Jazz and the Philharmonic was presented and filmed at the John S. and James L. Knight Concert Hall at the Adrienne Arsht Center on January 11, 2013 and is a unique and wholly American concert experience which highlights two of the greatest musical art forms, classical and jazz. Scroll down to see a trailer for the broadcast! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: Lang Lang and Metallica Team Up at Grammys
by Stage Tube - January 28, 2014

Metallica teamed up with classical pianist Lang Lang at the Grammys for a new rendition of an old favorite. Check out the video below! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: Katy Perry Cries During an Orchestra Performance of 'Roar' in Beijing
by Stage Tube - January 16, 2014

Pop sensation Katy Perry was moved to tears by an orchestra performance of her hit song 'Roar' during a trip to China. Check out the video below by CNN! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: 9-Year-Old Amira Willighagen Wins Holland's Got Talent
by Stage Tube - December 30, 2013

Amira Willighagen is the winner of Holland's got talent 2013. Check out her performance of Nessun Dorma below! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: BPO Wishes Happy Holidays to All
by Stage Tube - December 23, 2013

The BPO wishes everyone a happy holiday season. Check out the video below from Janz Castelo, BPO violist, who created this special holiday video. (more...)


VIDEO: Violinist Lindsey Stirling Performs New Track on CONAN
by TV News Desk - October 25, 2013

On last night's CONAN on TBS, Lindsey Stirling performed a track from her self-titled debut album. Check out the appearance below! (more...)


Video: CSO LumenoCity Video #4 features Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 fourth movement
by BWW News Desk - October 09, 2013

CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA LumenoCity video series launches Part 4 of 5 , featuring the fourth movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 5. LOUIS LANGREE conducts. (more...)


STAGE TUBE: Random New Yorkers Conduct Carnegie Hall Orchestra
by Stage Tube - September 26, 2013

Improv Everywhere put a Carnegie Hall orchestra in the middle of New York City and placed an empty podium in front of the musicians with a sign that read, 'Conduct Us.' Random New Yorkers who accepted the challenge were given the opportunity to conduct this world-class orchestra. The orchestra responded to the conductors, altering their tempo and performance accordingly. (more...)


STAGE TUBE: ETHEL's Documerica Returns to BAM, 10/2
by Stage Tube - September 24, 2013

Acclaimed nationwide for eclectic programming and virtuoso performances, string quartet ETHEL returns to the BAM Next Wave Festival to premiere its largest and most ambitious undertaking to date,Documerica. Inspired by the Environmental Protection Agency's Project Documerica-a massive 'snapshot' of America showcased in an astonishing archive of images captured during the recession-plagued, tumultuous 1970s-this multimedia meditation interweaves over 3,000 vintage photographs with commissioned contemporary music for a landmark work. (more...)


STAGE TUBE: Conductor Steven Smith Offers an Exploration of Beethoven's Third
by Stage Tube - September 20, 2013

The Richmond Symphony announces its season premier Beethoven Celebration with Steven Smith as conductor and Florence Robertson Givens guest pianist William Wolfram. Beethoven Celebration opens the 2013-2014 Altria Masterworks series. Check out the video below! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: First Look at CSO's Part One of LumenoCity Video Series
by Stage Tube - September 19, 2013

Part 1 of 5 of the official CSO LumenoCity video series, featuring Strauss' epic 'Also Sprach Zarathustra.' The next video featuring the final movement from Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 will be released September 24 and three additional videos will be released the following three weeks. Check out the video below! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: Richmond Symphony Presents The Amazing Raise
by Stage Tube - September 04, 2013

Giving has never been so much fun! Join the region's 36-hour online giving challenge 6am September 18th to 6pm September 19th. Your donation of $50 or more will help us win prizes of up to $20,000! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: WELL-STRUNG Singing String Quartet Mixes Pop with Classical
by Stage Tube - August 07, 2013

WELL-STRUNG, The Singing String Quartet, plays a mash-up of Mozart's A Little Night Music (1st Movement) with Kelly Clarkson's Since You've Been Gone. Check out the video below! (more...)


STAGE TUBE: First Look at UMS 2013-14 Season Announcement; Tickets on Sale Now!
by Stage Tube - August 05, 2013

Tickets are now on sale for the 2013-14 UMS season. Check out the video below announcing the complete season! (more...)


Video: Is Soprano Simone Kermes the 'Classical Lady Gaga'?
by BWW News Desk - August 04, 2013

“I'm preparing myself for the arrival of the classical Gaga,” says Paul Dyer, Artistic Director of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. “Soprano Simone Kermes has declared herself in the German press as the “the Lady Gaga of classical music” and I agree with her. There is no one like her on the classical music scene. She's larger than life, unpredictable, pushes the boundaries in style and performance, and is utterly fearless. (more...)


VIDEO: Cleveland Pops Orchestra's New Video Declares 'The POPS is Tops'
by BWW News Desk - July 30, 2013

This is the story of the acclaimed Cleveland POPS Orchestra, as seen, heard and experienced by its musicians, guest artists, patrons and staff. This top-notch symphonic pops ensemble, led by its charismatic conductor Carl Topilow, is beginning its eighteenth concert season. One of only a handful of independent pops orchestras in the nation, Cleveland POPS offers a unique blend of music, entertainment, variety and audience interaction that has made it a jewel in the cultural crown of Northeast Ohio. (more...)


STAGE TUBE: A SALUTE TO VIENNA Premieres on PBS, 8/3
by Stage Tube - July 17, 2013

A SALUTE TO VIENNA is one of the most lavish song and dance gala concert specials ever produced for public television featuring the superstars of Viennese operetta. The visually spectacular special is hosted by world-famous mezzo soprano Frederica von Stade and Academy Award-winning actor andVienna native Maximilian Schell. Special guests include The Vienna Boys' Choir; Russell Watson, Great Britain's largest-selling, classical-crossover tenor; dancers from the Association of the Vienna State Opera Ballet; the Symphony Orchestra of the Volksoper Vienna under the direction ofinternationally-knownStrauss Conductor Peter Guth; an international cast of top singing stars including sopranos Daniela Fally, Iva Milhanovic and Alexandra Reinprecht; tenors Dmitry Korchak and Tilmann Unger; baritone, Daniel Serafin, as well as many leading stars from the acclaimed Budapest Operetta Theater. A SALUTE TO VIENNA is part of special programming premiering on PBS stations beginning August 3, 2013 (check local listings). (more...)


VIDEO: Martynas Levickis Becomes First Accordionist to Top Classical Charts
by Stage Tube - July 08, 2013

According to published reports, Martynas Levickis has become the first concert accordionist to reach the top of the classical charts for his Martynas album, which was released on July 1. Click below to watch him in action. (more...)


VIDEO: Phish's Trey Anastasio Talks Classical Music on PBS' NEWSHOUR
by Stage Tube - July 03, 2013

Phish's Trey Anastasio recently Jeffrey Brown on PBS' NEWSHOUR, where he opened up about classical music, commitment, and the sense of community a symphony orchestra can bring. Check out the full interview below! (more...)


VIDEO: TwtrSymphony Performs Four Movements of Chip Michael's Symphony No. 2 'Birds of a Feather'
by BWW News Desk - March 16, 2013

TwtrSymphony is musicians from around the world collaborating to create new music in a new way for a new audience. This 'new way' involves providing music in multiple formats via social media, including download, video and printed score, culminating in the group's debut CD March 2014. Below, TwtrSymphony performs four movements of Chip Michael's Symphony No. 2 'Birds of a Feather'! (more...)


The Ballet I Did Not See in 2012
by Barnett Serchuk - December 26, 2012

2012 did not bring the two works I've been anticipating for years: choreography to Schubert's Fifth Symphony and Haydn's Symphony no. 100, also known as the Military. I'll probably never get to see them but since it's the end of 2012 I can keep dreaming. Every year I read about choreographers and dance companies commissioning new music from conservatories, graduate schools or established composers. Sometimes (but rarely) it's good, most times forgettable (I am sure that I hear rumblings already.) So I'm putting in my two cents for Schubert and Haydn, both of whom have had works choreographed to their music, but not my particular symphonies. (more...)




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