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Ute Lemper Sings Weill's 'The Seven Deadly Sins' at Carnegie Hall Tonight, 10/4
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 4, 2008

Vocalist Ute Lemper performed Kurt Weill's Seven Deadly Sins on Wednesday, October 1, and Thursday, October 2, in Toronto Roy Thomson Hall with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. And will perform it at Carnegie Hall tonight Saturday, October 4, 2008.

Music in Exile Series at Museum of Jewish Heritage Nov. 9-13
by Jordan Westfall - Sep 30, 2008

On Sunday, November 9, the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht, and 75 years since Adolf Hitler's rise to power, the Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and The Royal Conservatory of Music, Canada, will launch 'Music in Exile-Emigré Composers of the 1930s,' a five-day series of concerts, talks, and a music-theater piece celebrating the music of Jewish composers forced to flee the Third Reich and German composers who resisted the Nazi regime.

New York City Opera Presents 'Looking Forward'; Celebration of 20th Century Music
by Faetra Petillo - Sep 8, 2008

In anticipation of the beginning of Gerard Mortier's tenure as General Manager and Artistic Director in 2009-10, New York City Opera will present Looking Forward, a celebration of twentieth-century music, as part of a unique series of concerts and events planned for 2008-09.

Media City Ballet Presents 'An Evening of Khachaturian'
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2008

Media City Ballet, Natasha Middleton, Artistic Director, will present 'An Evening of Khachaturian: The Composer and His Ballets,' featuring Principal Dancers, Arsen Serobian, Gabrielle Palmatier, Amara Baptist, Edgar Nikolyan, Felicia Guzman, Ellen Rosa and Stephen Nelson, along with Soloists and Corps Dancers from Media City Ballet. Jenkyns Pelaez will appear as a Guest Artist.

'Music in Exile-Émigré Composers' Opens in the Fall
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2008

On Sunday, November 9, the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht, and 75 years since Adolf Hitler's rise to power, the Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, in association with Canada's Royal Conservatory of Music, will launch 'Music in Exile-Emigre Composers of the 1930s,' a five-day series of concerts, talks, and a music-theater piece celebrating the music of Jewish composers forced to flee the Third Reich and German composers who resisted the Nazi regime.

Media City Ballet Presents 'An Evening of Khachaturian'
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2008

Media City Ballet, Natasha Middleton, Artistic Director, will present 'An Evening of Khachaturian: The Composer and His Ballets,' featuring Principal Dancers, Arsen Serobian, Gabrielle Palmatier, Amara Baptist, Edgar Nikolyan, Felicia Guzman, Ellen Rosa and Stephen Nelson, along with Soloists and Corps Dancers from Media City Ballet. Jenkyns Pelaez will appear as a Guest Artist.

Ute Lemper in 'The Seven Deadly Sins' presented in concert
by Mark Andrew Lawrence - Apr 17, 2008

Ute Lemper sings Kurt Weill's SEVEN DEADLY SINS in concert with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in October. Two performances at Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto followed by a performance at Carnegie Hall in New York.

Houston Grand Opera caps season with “The Passenger” at Park Avenue Armory
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 1, 2001

Ensemble Pi explores music & politics on December 17
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 1, 2001

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