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  1. And they say classical music is in an ivory tower?

  2. Classical Music

    West Virginia Public Broadcasting4 days ago

    From plainchant to polyphony, Baroque to the Boston Pops, our mid-days are a celebration of the incredible diversity that is classical music.

  3. Boston Ballet has named conductor Mischa Santora, 46, its new music director. Santora, who conducted performances of Boston Ballet’s “Romeo and Juliet” this past spring, comes to the ...

  4. New York City Ballet wants an artistic director, not another ballet master in chief. New York City Ballet and its affiliated academy, the School of American Ballet, released a job description ...

  5. The composer Howard Goodall was passing through a London airport in March en route to a conducting gig in Houston. Idling at the currency exchange desk, he got into conversation with an employee ...

  6. Don Shirley was one of the great classical pianists of all time. After making his debut at the age of 18 with the Boston Pops, in '46 his first major composition was performed by the ...

  7. Twenty-seven contestants from eleven countries and regions will participate in the Quarter-Finals. It is widely agreed that the first edition of the Competition established extensive awareness ...

  8. Setting the Stage: On Friday night (August 10th), Evanescence and violinist Lindsey Stirling brought their co-headlining tour to PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, with both acts backed ...

  9. Arianna String Quartet: Shifting Vistas

    Riverfront Times10 hours ago

    Daniel Schnyder’s intoxicating, jazz influenced String Quartet Nr.4, “Great Places”, captures snapshots of cities from around the world, and through time, bringing a unique and fresh voice to ...

  10. Concertgoers don’t attend performances primarily in search of classes in music history, but in mainstream classical music programming, those lessons are never far below ...

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