Dr. Maria Thompson Corley, Pianist, Performs ‘Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ of Paul Dukas, Transcribed by Gyorgy Sandor, on YouTube (10:32) + MORE
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Susanna Phillips will sing the national anthem before running the New York marathon this Sunday.
That’s the easy part.
Monday night she’s down to sing Juraj Filas’s Requiem at Carnegie Hall.
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Here is your regular Sunday selection of links to online audio and online video from the week gone by. After clicking to an audio or video stream, press the "Play" button to start the broadcast. Some of these streams become unavailable after a few days.
Les Eléments and Le Cercle de l’Harmonie perform Beethoven’s Fidelio, starring Malin Byström, Joseph Kaiser, and Sophie Karthauser and conducted
Continue Reading On ionarts.blogspot.com »
Singers and musicians held a rally on Friday morning, as other Metropolitan Opera workers rehearsed and union leaders prepared for federal mediation.
Continue Reading On www.nytimes.com »
One hundred years ago today on 4 August 1914, Britain declared war on Germany and entered what was to become one of the deadliest conflicts in history. Today, along with the rest of the world, the London Symphony Orchestra remembers the sacrifices made on all sides so that we might have a future.
The LSO is one of very few orchestras today that was operating during World War 1, and the only London orchestra…
Continue Reading On blog.lso.co.uk »
Royal Albert Hall, LondonJohn Tams’ melancholic folk songs are beautiful, but the music choice and stage show are confusing and problematicYou won’t be surprised to hear that the puppet hero from the stage production of War Horse is the star of this afternoon Prom. There he is, swaggering through the audience, swishing his tail, nuzzling the conductor, rearing on his hind legs and most movingly howling in agony as he gets trapped in barbed wire…
Continue Reading On www.guardian.co.uk »
Dr. Maria Thompson CorleyDr. Maria Thompson Corley has been featured in AfriClassical many times. She has just published a YouTube video:Sorcerer’s Apprentice – solo piano (10:32)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEt8u74veMY Published on Jul 31, 2014Paul Dukas, transcribed by my teacher, Gyorgy SandorBio at Tellus360…
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The musicians of the Metropolitan Orchestra have agreed to observe radio and social media silence while their negotiators are hammering out a deal with a retreating Peter Gelb.
The self-restraint, admirable as it is, does not mean musicians can’t talk about their craft. Principal trombone Demian Austin reminisces in this fascinating video portrait how all of his instrumental teachers were conditioned by vocal sound…
Continue Reading On www.artsjournal.com/slippeddisc »
Cadogan HallMozart – Serenade no.12 in C minor, KV 388/384aStrauss – Suite in B-flat major for thirteen wind instruments, op.4Philippa Davies, Sarah Newbold (flutes)Gareth Hulse, Katie Clemmow (oboes)Michael Collins, Peter Sparks (clarinets)Dan Jemison, Helen Simons (bassoons)Fraser Gordon (contra-bassoon)Richard Watkins, Michael Thompson, Elise Campbell, Carys Evans (horns)Michael Collins (director) This lovely lunchtime Prom at Cadogan Hall presented Mozart’s great C minor Serenade for woodwind followed by Strauss’s B-flat major Suite for thirteen wind instruments…
Continue Reading On www.boulezian.blogspot.com »
* Notes * West Edge Opera's summer festival continued at the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley last weekend. Yesterday was the Bay Area premiere of Jake Heggie's The End of the Affair. Again West Edge Opera was able make the most of the venue, despite the fact that the space is unconventional…
Continue Reading On operatattler.typepad.com »
A new Mozart Don Giovanni at the Salzburg Festival with a superb cast and a good conductor. So what went wrong ? Excellent singers – Lenneke Ruiten (Donna Anna) Anett Fritsch (Donna Elvira) Valentina Nafornita (Zerlina) Ildebrando D’Arcangelo (Don Giovanni) Luca Pisaroni (Leporello) Tomasz Konieczny (Il Commendatore) Andrew Staples (Don Ottavio) Alessio Arduini (Masetto) Conductor : Christoph Eschenbach…
Continue Reading On classical-iconoclast.blogspot.com »
PROM 23 – John McLeod, Beethoven, and Mozart: Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Christine Rice (mezzo-soprano), Jeremy Ovenden (tenor), Neil Davies (bass), National Youth Choir of Scotland (chorus master: Christopher Bell), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Donald Runnicles (conductor). Royal Albert Hall, London, 3…
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Prague Symphony | Mostly Mozart Festival Christian Tetzlaff joins the Festival Orchestra to perform Mozart’s First Violin Concerto, written when the composer was still a teenager. Louis Langrée conducts the program, which also includes Mozart’s “Prague” Symphony, a Haydn overture, and Alfred Schnittke’s contemporary mash-up of the two masters…
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