‘Music is Called a Universal Language for a Reason’ The ‘brilliant’ (Sunday Times, UK) and ‘truly exhilarating’ (WholeNote, Canada) Cheng2 Duo, comprised of siblings Bryan and Silvie Cheng, have been making a name for themselves as a fearless and uncompromising
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Listen to these iconic pieces while discovering about his dramatic life
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MUSIC AND ARTS
Johannes Maria Staud: Sydenham Music Camille Pissarro (1830–1903) was a Danish-French Impressionist and Neo-Impressionist painter who was born on the island of Saint Thomas in the then Danish West Indies. He was sent for education in France at age 12,
MUSIC OF THE WEEK
Johann Svendsen is reputed to have written it in just two days, and it impressed his publisher so much that he paid a lump sum for the composition. Have a listen!
Global classical music audiences love music from Russia. It’s bold, it’s imaginative, it’s romantic. Consequently, composers like Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Rimsky-Korsakov, Shostakovich, and others are beloved fixtures on concert programs, generations after their deaths. But those household names haven’t been the