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Interview with Anton Hanson – Founding Member of Quatuor Hanson
On March 9th, Quatuor Hanson will be performing in Hong Kong for the first time, delivering a stunning debut performance. The quartet has won several prestigious awards, including the Concours de Genève, Diapason d’Or, and Choc de Classica awards, cementing
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Nadia: The Woman Who Changed Music
In a mesmerizing upcoming performance of Nadia in Paris, actress, mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala will embody the legendary and charismatic teacher, Nadia Boulanger. Nadia, a theater work, combines chamber music and storytelling, during which Nadia’s memories are unlocked by the music
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With Richard Strauss in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
In Touch With Dr. Dominik Šedivý
Picturesquely located on the Bavarian side of the Alps with fabulous vistas of Germany’s highest mountain, the united towns of Garmisch and Partenkirchen are primarily known to winter sports aficionados. After all, the region hosted the 1936 Winter Olympic Games,
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Britten Violin Concerto as Explored by Violinist Augustin Hadelich
What music does an avowed pacifist write during the tumultuous year of 1939? Benjamin Britten was exceedingly discouraged by the rise of fascism and the defeat of Spain’s Republicans. As the Spanish Civil War raged, Britten had witnessed the senseless
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