September, 2010

32 Posts
Guillaume Lekeu: 3 pièces pour Piano
A piece written by our “Composer of the Month” Guillaume Lekeu.
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Guillaume Lekeu: Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, “Tres Lent”
A piece written by our “Composer of the Month” Guillaume Lekeu.
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Orchestre de Chambre Pelléas – Lekeu: Adagio op. 3
A piece written by our “Composer of the Month” Guillaume Lekeu.
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Guillaume Lekeu
Works for String Quartet : Meditation (1887) Poemes : No.3 Nocturne: version for soprano and piano quintet (1892) Cello Sonata Guillaume Lekeu (January 20, 1870 – January 21, 1894) was a Belgian (Wallon) composer. Born in Verviers, Lekeu took his
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Piano to the People!
“Chopsticks” or Chopin? Actually, both, played on an eye-popper of a piano next to the Metropolitan Opera House.
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Symphony goers, start your smart phones
The Houston Symphony will be asking audience members Thursday to please turn on their cell phones.
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The diva’s dilemma, Anna Netrebko speaks out about being called a ‘traitor’ by the Russian media
The fascinating Mariinsky Theater opera singer Anna Netrebko has decided to halt her application for Austrian citizenship following a wave of criticism in the Russian media questioning the diva’s patriotism and accusing the charming soprano of being a traitor.
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Gabriela Montero – Improvisation on Bach’s Goldberg Variations
Gabriela Montero, one of the performers at Beethovenfest Bonn.
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