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by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 8, 2020
The National Ballet of Canada mourns the passing of former dancer and Senior Ballet Mistress Joanne Nisbet. In her over 40-year career, Ms. Nisbet was instrumental to the success of the National Ballet and will be deeply missed by many.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 5, 2019
Echoing the sentiments of the world's greatest rock concert on its 50th anniversary,Thomas G. Waites transports the tenderness and philanthropy of LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST to the era of enlightened love and transformative music. Presented with the generous support of The Jeff Hunter Charitable Trust, a cast brimming with emerging New York talent will bring the timeless verse of Shakespeare and enduring music of Woodstock to the Gene Frankel Theatre (24 Bond Street, between Lafayette and Bowery) for a limited engagement from October 3-26. Opening is Sunday, October 6. Tickets, priced at $25 for general admission and $15 for students and seniors, are available online at https://loveslabourstgw.bpt.me/.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 9, 2018
Three years since he triumphantly won the gold medal and first prize of the National Youth Music Competition (NYMC) in 2015, the talented flautist Sakhile Humbane this week returns to the prestigious competition to star as the guest soloist at the Finalists' Gala Concert of this year's competition.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 21, 2019
Thomas G. Waites' rocking adaptation of one of Shakespeare's rarely-performed comedies will play its final three performances this weekend. The hippie lovefest of this re-worked Love's Labour's Lost continues at the Gene Frankel Theatre (24 Bond Street, between Lafayette and Bowery) from October 24-26 at 8pm. The production, featuring a cast full of bright young talent, is made possible with the generous support of The Jeff Hunter Charitable Trust. Tickets, priced at $25 for general admission and $15 for students and seniors, are available online at https://loveslabourstgw.bpt.me/.
by Julie Musbach - Nov 9, 2018
La Orquesta de Cámara de Bellas Artes (OCBA), bajo la dirección de José Luis Castillo, continuará con la conmemoración del centenario luctuoso de Claude Debussy mediante la interpretación de algunas sus obras: Las colinas de Anacapri. Preludio núm. 5 y Pasos sobre la nieve. Preludio núm. 6, cuyas orquestaciones fueron realizadas por Hebert Vázquez y Jorge Vidales, respectivamente.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 4, 2019
Tafelmusik infuses the holiday season with the warmth of Italy's pastoral music traditions in O Come, Shepherds. This program features Toronto's Vesuvius Ensemble, one of North America's only music ensembles dedicated to the traditional music of Southern Italy, and special guest Tommaso Sollazzo, a master of the zampogna (Italian bagpipes) from Campania. The concerts take place December 4 to 8 at Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, and December 10 at George Weston Recital Hall, Meridian Arts Centre. For full program details, visit tafelmusik.org.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 3, 2020
Sergey Schepkin will perform a series of concerts in support of the New England Musicians Relief Fund. The Boston-based pianist will be performing nine Beethoven sonatas, broken up into three live stream concerts.
by Joanna Barouch - Nov 27, 2019
No one knows what is going on underneath the modest exterior. Such was the case of Austrian-born Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). A man whose personal credo seems to have been 'say little but do much,' Bruckner managed to overcome a difficult early life with a huge amount of perseverance, not to mention musical talent. He became an expert organist and choral director, channeling his rich interior life, a life of passionate devotion to God (if not people), into his remarkable choral compositions and eleven symphonies. Like a number of other nineteenth century composers whose Muse did not come to them until middle age, Bruckner's compositional phase did not begin until he was nearly forty years old, and he did not find great appreciation outside musical circles until some twenty years later. He was fortunate to have experienced this approbation during his lifetime, however delayed.
by Julie Musbach - Nov 26, 2018
The Chelsea Symphony, featured in the hit Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle, continues its 2018/19 season, entitled Resolution, with a holiday concert on December 7 featuring actress and musician Annie Golden, known for her role in Orange is the New Black, as the guest narrator for the orchestra's own special version of The Night Before Christmas by composer Aaron Dai. This concert is conducted by Reuben Blundell, Mark Seto, and Nell Flanders.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 25, 2019
New York's iconic Paris Theatre is back! The Paris, one of the oldest art houses in the United States, and the last single-screen theater in New York, was shuttered earlier this year and was re-opened earlier this month to a successful run of Marriage Story, by acclaimed New York filmmaker Noah Baumbach. Today Netflix announced a lease agreement to keep the theater open and save the beloved institution. The company plans to use the theater for special events, screenings, and theatrical releases of its films. Terms of the lease were not disclosed.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 25, 2019
New York's iconic Paris Theatre is back! The Paris, one of the oldest art houses in the United States, and the last single-screen theater in New York, was shuttered earlier this year and was re-opened earlier this month to a successful run of Marriage Story, by acclaimed New York filmmaker Noah Baumbach. Today Netflix announced a lease agreement to keep the theater open and save the beloved institution. The company plans to use the theater for special events, screenings, and theatrical releases of its films. Terms of the lease were not disclosed.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 18, 2020
Award-winning pianist David Korevaar and acclaimed violinist Charles Wetherbee will present “American Tales,” their latest virtual recital from the University of Colorado Boulder's Grusin Hall on Friday, November 20, at 7:30pm Mountain Time. The program, including commentary on the music by the artists, will be live streamed at https://youtu.be/QvI0ozHArAA​​​​​​​.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2017
The Chelsea Symphony, featured in the hit Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle, announces the continuation of its 2017/18 season, entitled Sea Change, with a holiday concert on December 1 featuring special guest, comedian Judy Gold, narrating The Night Before Christmas by composer Aaron Dai.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 1, 2020
Adelaide Baroque presents two Cathedral Christmas performances on Saturday 14 November at 3.30pm and 7.30pm in St Peter's Cathedral, North Adelaide. The 7.30pm performance has already sold out.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 7, 2021
On May 24, 2020, 7:00-8:00 pm ET, the 92nd Street Y will host a virtual gala to honor exceptional individuals and celebrate the many ways in which donor support has transformed 92Y during the pandemic, enabling them to serve their local and global communities like never before.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 27, 2021
The American Symphony Orchestra, long known as a bastion of music and education in New York City, returns twice to the Lot of Strings Music Festival in 2021, having graced the Lot Of  Strings inaugural season last year. 
by Stephi Wild - May 22, 2021
In this first program, a woodwind trio explores the richness of 20th century French Chamber music from some of the greatest composers of wind music in the 20th century. This concert is presented in collaboration with FIAF (French Institute Alliance Francaise).
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2021
On May 24, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET, the 92nd Street Y will host a virtual gala to honor exceptional individuals and celebrate the many ways in which donor support has transformed 92Y during the pandemic, enabling us to serve our local and global communities like never before.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 5, 2019
Grammy Award-winning American organist Paul Jacobs-deemed 'a grand New York institution' by James R. Oestreich of The New York Times (February 18, 2018)- will launch the fall season by highlighting the organ on the New York concert scene, performing in a three-recital series for solo organ in September 2019. Although months in the planning, these French programs assumed new meaning the night of April 15 to 16, 2019, when the Grand Organ of Notre-Dame Cathedral survived the devastating inferno in Paris.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 26, 2018
Once again, the whispers, thunder and wonders of the Great Auditorium Pipe Organ will ring out during The Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association (OGCMA)'s Free Organ Recital Series, a signature part of its summer-long program of family entertainment. OGCMA's Pipe Organ is among the largest in the world and is the heart-beat of this Christian Victorian resort on the Jersey Shore. The historic 11,000-pipe instrument was built and installed in 1908 with original design innovations that became standard elements still extant in modern organ construction. It is made of over 40,000 feet of California No. 1 Sugar Pine and weighs 20-25 tons. In its illustrious 109-year history, this remarkable instrument has been played by numerous distinguished organists, including Will C. MacFarlane, Clarence Kohlman, Josephine Eddowes, Harold Fix, Clarence Reynolds, Beverly Davis, Jon Quinn, and Robert Carwithin. Order tickets by phone at 800-590-4064 or online at www.oceangrove.org.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2019
Internationally acclaimed Australian pianist, Sarah Grunstein, returns to the Sydney Opera House by popular demand, to perform two concerts in 2019. While Grunstein is distinguished for her interpretation of Bach's works, described by The New York Times as "tempestuous" and "imbued with a luminous calm', the praise she has received is not limited to her performances of this composer. Her two different 2019 recital programs include works by Beethoven as a prelude to his 250th birthday celebration, as well as Chopin, Schumann, and Debussy.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 2, 2021
For the 10th consecutive season, Carnegie Hall and WQXR will unite to present Carnegie Hall Live, a series of exciting broadcast concerts—drawing upon some of the finest live performances from Carnegie Hall’s stages over the past nine years—in programs that are thematically reimagined and newly produced. Jeff Spurgeon hosts the programs.
by Marina Kennedy - Jul 31, 2017
Sartori continued to impress both an international and national audience at the International Cheese Awards and the American Cheese Society (ACS) Competition, winning a dozen accolades. Of those, Sartori was honored to receive the "Reserve Supreme Champion Overseas" award as well as the distinction "Best Cheese with Health Benefits" for its Reserve SarVecchio Parmesan.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 30, 2018
Celebrating their 45th anniversaries in residence in Ocean Grove, tenor Ronald Naldi and organist Gordon Turk will each perform with the MidAtlantic Orchestra, Jason Tramm, and conductor. Mr. Naldi will sing favorite operatic arias by Puccini, Leoncavallo, and Ponchielli. Dr Turk will open the program with the Concerto in A Minor by Marco Enrico Bossi and later plat the grand Symphony No. 1 by Alexander Guilmant for organ and orchestra, both accompanied by the MidAtlantic Opera Orchestra conducted by Jason Tramm.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 21, 2020
La Crosse Symphony Orchestra has announced upcoming chamber concerts.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2018
OGCMA's always-popular free 'Organ Recital Series' continues with melodic fervor with two young, highly accomplished organists, GREG ZELEK today, July 18th and CAROL WILLIAMS today, July 15th. Both performances will be held in OGCMA's Great Auditorium at 7:30pm and performed on its historic, enormous pipe organ
by Julie Musbach - Jul 11, 2018
OGCMA's always-popular free 'Organ Recital Series' continues with melodic fervor with two young, highly accomplished organists, GREG ZELEK on Wednesday, July 18th and CAROL WILLIAMS on Wednesday, July 15th. Both performances will be held in OGCMA's Great Auditorium at 7:30pm and performed on its historic, enormous pipe organ
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 8, 2019
In 2019, Flushing Town Hall offers a breadth of outstanding global music, family programs, exhibitions, jazz and workshops. From January through June, Flushing Town Hall will present 72 programs, including 18 world music shows, 10 jazz performances, eight family programs, seven classical music concerts, three exhibitions, and more.  The spring season is a continuation of 40th anniversary celebrations of the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts (FCCA), the steward of Flushing Town Hall.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 7, 2021
One of the most prolific and inventive guitarists in the contemporary psychedelic underground, Portland multi-instrumentalist Dewey Mahood has announced his latest solo album as Plankton Wat, Future Times, due out February 26th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 15, 2021
Known as one of the nation's leading bass-harp ensembles, River Town Duo today announced the release of its debut album: River Town Duo: For Claire & Philip. The album is the latest addition to what has historically been a limited repertoire for bass-harp instrumentation.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2021
92Y has announced a formidable lineup for its winter/spring season of streaming concerts, February 1 – May 26. From Ax to Vieaux, this season's performers embody the excellence in performance and presentation that audiences have come to expect from 92Y's online recitals.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 5, 2018
The Sarasota Orchestra welcomes the legendary Midori as guest artist for its Masterworks concert 'Midori Honors Bernstein.' A leading concert violinist for over 30 years, Midori has performed with the world's top orchestras including the London Symphony, Staatskapelle Dresden, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, and New York Philharmonic. Midori regularly transfixes audiences around the world, bringing together graceful precision and intimate expression that allows the listening public to not just hear music but to be personally moved by it.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 3, 2020
The 36th season of the New York Philharmonic Ensembles series - chamber concerts showcasing Musicians from the New York Philharmonic performing classical and modern works they have chosen on select Sunday afternoons at Merkin Hall - will continue this spring with three concerts. Philharmonic musicians will perform works by Mendelssohn and Schubert on March 15, 2020; Vanhal, Mendelssohn, Roussel, and Mozart on April 19, 2020; and Eric Ewazen, Stravinsky, and Dvořák on May 24, 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 26, 2018
With 16 Handel and Haydn Society premieres, the first performance of Schubert's Symphony No. 9 by H+H since 1865, and a host of notable guest performers, the Handel and Haydn Society announces its 2018-19 season, the 204th season in its history.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 25, 2021
The Boston Symphony Orchestra brings its first-ever all-online season—with near weekly concert streams distributed through its new streaming platform BSO NOW, November 2020-April 2021—to an end with four programs led by BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons, released each Thursday at noon, March 25–April 29, at www.bso.org/now.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 15, 2018
Jon Robertson, dean of Lynn University Conservatory of Music and Philharmonia Guest Conductor, today invited the public to attend 17 musical performances during March and April 2018, including the collaborative production of Jerry Herman's Milk and Honey in recognition of the 70th anniversary of the birth of Israel.
by Alan Henry - Dec 4, 2019
Get a first look and check out reviews for the Met Opera's The Queen of Spades! Tchaikovsky's eerie thriller of imperial Russia has its first performances at the Met since 2011. Tenor Yusif Eyvazov is Hermann, the fanatical gambler whose obsession with a powerful secret drives him to madness. Soprano Lise Davidsen makes her highly anticipated Met debut as his long-suffering lover, Lisa, with mezzo-soprano Larissa Diadkova as the otherworldly Countess. Baritone Igor Golovatenko is Yeletsky, baritone Alexey Markov is Tomsky, and Vasily Petrenko conducts. 
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 4, 2019
I know it takes a leap of faith for the Met to schedule something outside the ABC operas--AIDA, BOHEME, CARMEN plus a TOSCA, TURANDOT and a few others--and go for something a little more off the beaten track. Tchaikovsky's QUEEN OF SPADES certainly falls into that category, even though it isn't exactly an unknown. The current production by Elijah Moshinsky, conducted by Vasily Petrenko, which still looks like new and opened the other day for the season's run, is not just well-sung and beautiful to see but makes a very good case for doing it more often.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2020
So much in our world has changed, but Christmas wouldn’t be the same without Tafelmusik! December offerings include a free virtual version of Sing-Along Messiah, a new 24/7 Holiday Music Stream, and a festive concert co-curated by Elisa Citterio and Ivars Taurins that promises to make the season bright. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 16, 2020
To help music lovers across Northeast Ohio and around the world celebrate this holiday season, beginning Thursday, December 17, The Cleveland Orchestra is offering new and archival Christmas recordings on its Adella digital streaming app and www.adella.live.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2019
Orchestra of St. Luke's (OSL) 2020 winter-spring season will run from February 6 through the end of June, bringing music to over a dozen venues across the five boroughs of New York City. The season includes two Carnegie Hall subscription series concerts led by Principal Conductor Bernard Labadie; OSL's signature Chamber Music Series with two all-Beethoven programs; a collaboration with New York's MasterVoices in Sheldon Harnick's English language version of Bizet's Carmen; and Music in Color: Eleanor Alberga, OSL's annual five borough free concert tour highlighting the works and lives of classical composers of color.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2017
The Chelsea Symphony, featured in the hit Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle, announces the continuation of its 2017/18 season, entitled Sea Change, with a holiday concert on December 1 featuring special guest, comedian Judy Gold, narrating The Night Before Christmas by composer Aaron Dai.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2017
Through seven concert sets, FAITH, BLUEPRINT, VOYAGER, ORIGINS, OPPOSITION, ECO, and CHOICE, Chamber Project St. Louis (CPSTL) will celebrate St. Louis and its place in the world in their 2017-18 season beginning on September 8, 2017.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 5, 2019
The 30th anniversary season of the Bard Music Festival a?" an exploration of a?oeKorngold and His Worlda?? a?" opens this Friday, August 9, with Weekend One: Korngold and Vienna. The first of the weekend's six themed concerts, Program One: a?oeErich Wolfgang Korngold: From Viennese Prodigy to Hollywood Master,a?? offers a broad overview of the composer's multi-faceted career.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2018
Celebrating their 45th anniversaries in residence in Ocean Grove, tenor Ronald Naldi and organist Gordon Turk will each perform with the MidAtlantic Orchestra, Jason Tramm, and conductor. Mr. Naldi will sing favorite operatic arias by Puccini, Leoncavallo, and Ponchielli. Dr Turk will open the program with the Concerto in A Minor by Marco Enrico Bossi and later plat the grand Symphony No. 1 by Alexander Guilmant for organ and orchestra, both accompanied by the MidAtlantic Opera Orchestra conducted by Jason Tramm.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 19, 2020
Following months of upheaval caused by the global pandemic, Tafelmusik has unveiled its reimagined Fall season, a series of online concerts and events that spring from a process of reinvention and adaptation led by Music Director Elisa Citterio and Executive Director Carol Kehoe.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2017
Thomas G. Waites TGW ACTING STUDIO is pleased to announce the world premiere production of Thomas Waites' musical MACAIRE. Directed by Waites and musically directed by Steffani Bennett, the show will play a limited engagement at Teatro Latea (107 Suffolk St., NYC). Performances begin Today, August 1 and continue through Sunday, August 13th. Opening Night is Friday, August 4 (8 p.m.). $25 tickets are available now at brownpapertickets.com.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 9, 2021
The American Symphony Orchestra will offer a free, nine-concert chamber music series to welcome spring at Manhattan’s Bryant Park and 34th St. Herald Square Plaza from May 3–19.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 5, 2018
Three prominent Puerto Rican musicians have collaborated to bring a world-premiere event to Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Flutist Nestor Torres, composer Mariano Morales and conductor Guillermo Figueroa will join forces in the Concerto for Flute and Orchestra by Mariano Morales.