September, 2013

56 Posts
Haydn
HaydnString Quartets, Op. 17 No. 1-6, Hob. III/25-30 Performed by Quatuor Schneider Recorded in 1950 Haydn: String Quartets, Op. 17 No. 1, Hob. III/25 – Adagio
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Piano Recital: Blechacz, Rafal
Schumann Sonata in G minor Op. 22 – Andantino Rafal Blechacz, piano From Piano Recital: Blechacz, Rafal (2005) Released by CD Accord Schumann: Sonata in G minor Op. 22 – AndantinoThe Romanticism saw a bountiful development of piano music. It
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Winter Fest i Mora
Official Website Date: February 14 to 16, 2020 Country: Sweden
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Inking your Irks :
J.S. Bach: St. Matthew Passion
St. Matthew Passion, BWV 244 Throughout his extended Leipzig career, J. S. Bach had a rather uneasy relationship with civic and church authorities. At his election as Cantor of St. Thomas Church in 1723, Bach was cautioned to make compositions
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The Italian Diva – Cecilia Bartoli
The first time I heard Cecilia Bartoli live was at the opening concert of the Hong Kong Arts Festival in 2011. Appearing on stage like a queen, she dazzled the audience not only with her exquisite singing of arias from
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St. Michael in Vienna:
Mozart’s Funeral Mass
During the summer months of July and August, the city center of Vienna turns into a veritable assemblage of the United Nations. People from all corners and regions of the world visit the self-proclaimed “City of Music” to experience its
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Violetta Goes to a Strip Club
Live classical music is everywhere: chamber music at the local pub; huge, avant-garde orchestral pieces in armories and abandoned factories; symphonic and choral flash mobs in train stations and food courts.
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Celso Albelo at the Wigmore Hall (Rosenblatt Recitals)
A significant development in the world of opera over the last few decades has been the emergence of new opportunities for young artists. Many opera houses now have Young Artist schemes, such as the Jette Parker programme at the Royal
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