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Music and Vision
Online classical music magazine, published daily
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The Flemish septet Aranis, heard by the late Howard Smith. 'There's no doubting Aranis' outright professionalism and faultless ensemble; and the fifty-five minute programme has a degree of variety.'
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Seattle-based ensemble Torch, heard by Keith Bramich. '... the music sounds modern, jazzy, light and almost aleatoric-sounding.'
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What a Neighborhood! concludes its fifteenth season celebrating local composers at the Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York, USA at 5pm on Saturday 29 September 2018, with concerts at the museum ongoing each weekend
2 days ago |
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George Colerick writes about Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov's extraordinary opera 'The Golden Cockerel'
3 days ago |
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Two of Garsington Opera's 2018 productions are to reach a wider audience, via OperaVision and BBC Radio 3
4 days ago |
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In Leonard Bernstein's anniversary year, George Colerick tells the story of the opera 'Candide', one of the twentieth century's great musical satires
5 days ago |
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On 2 November 2018 Gimell Records will release a new recording by The Tallis Scholars of Josquin's Missa Gaudeamus and Missa L'ami Baudichon
6 days ago |
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George Colerick muses on incidental music, with particular regard to Mendelssohn
7 days ago |
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Richard Meszto previews Calgary Concert Opera Company's performances of 'La Traviata'
8 days ago |
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The Maria Callas experience is to be brought vividly to life for a new generation in cutting-edge hologram concerts, with the official soundtrack featuring legendary Callas recordings to be released in September/October 2018 on Warner Classics
9 days ago |
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