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2015/01/26 17:13
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Like some, though not all, of the top U.S. orchestras, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra always has been more comfortable glorying in its past than embracing its future. True to form, the CSO will...
2015/01/26 17:13
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2015/01/25 17:13
2015/01/25 17:13
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Contempo: The University of Chicago's contemporary music collective celebrates its 50th anniversary with world premieres by the late Lee Hyla, Huck Hodge and John Eaton, along with music of two...
2015/01/23 17:14
2015/01/23 17:14
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An Atlanta-based website, artsatl.com, reported Thursday that Keith Buncke, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s highly regarded principal bassoon, has won the audition for principal bassoon of the...
2015/01/23 17:13
2015/01/23 17:13
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When Lyric Opera opens a new-to-Chicago production of "Tosca" on Saturday night at the Civic Opera House, a conductor with a relatively familiar name – Jurowski – will be leading Puccini's...
2015/01/23 17:13
2015/01/23 17:13
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At this midpoint of his fifth season as music director, Riccardo Muti appears to be much less interested in introducing Chicago Symphony Orchestra audiences to important new music than bringing them...
2015/01/22 08:52
2015/01/22 08:52
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Cellist Oliver Aldort remembers being struck by a particular quality of the Boston Symphony Orchestra while playing in the ensemble as a 17-year-old student at the Tanglewood Institute. "I had been...
2015/01/21 17:57
2015/01/21 17:57
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The Woodstock Opera House will slip into a musical time warp during the first weekend of February when the sixth annual Opera House Tribute Series returns with two shows from the early '70s. Rich...
2015/01/20 23:06
2015/01/20 23:06
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An Exceptional Partnership: Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra By Dennis Polkow It is Sunday in Chicago, a day off for Riccardo Muti. Nonetheless, there is a busy day ahead. Muti will...
2015/01/20 19:14
2015/01/20 19:14
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Contemporary works that allude to, or directly draw upon, sources of inspiration beyond themselves are tricky things to bring off. The music must be strong enough to stand on its inherent merits,...
2015/01/20 00:48
2015/01/20 00:48
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As a tuba solist Micky Wrobleski Manager, I am quite confident about the popularity of this instrument. That why we are closely recording his CD,I am sure it will give some suprises to the tuba...
2015/01/17 13:40
2015/01/17 13:40
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One of the most sought-after opera singers in the world was once fired because she was thought too large to wear a little black dress. In 2004, Deborah Voigt was set to star at London's Royal Opera...
2015/01/16 22:13
2015/01/16 22:13
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You might call it the lull before the storm, except that nothing is exactly quiet around Orchestra Hall when Riccardo Muti is back leading his Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Next week's subscription...
2015/01/16 10:14
2015/01/16 10:14
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CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Symphony Orchestra has received a $2 million donation to support its timpani player. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association announced the gift from Bruce and Martha...
2015/01/14 02:16
2015/01/14 02:16
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Last week, Leonidas Kavakos, a violinist who has performed with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging...
2015/01/07 11:13
2015/01/07 11:13
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While portents of change echo across the local summer music landscape, one hot-weather classical enterprise that remains impervious to change, justifiably so, is the Grant Park Music Festival. Given...
2015/01/03 18:44
2015/01/03 18:44
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It’s a time of change for San Diego’s classical music organizations. Whether embracing new priorities, new leadership or new opportunities, the city’s key musical institutions are in transition. Here...
2015/01/03 12:09
2015/01/03 12:09
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In more than 60 years of writing about music, for this paper and for The Sunday Telegraph, he made countless friends all over the world and not a single adversary. Wherever he went, people willingly...
2015/01/02 17:13
2015/01/02 17:13
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Chicago's classical music producers typically reserve some of the most important events of their seasons for the period from January to early May. Here are 10 such performances, listed...
2014/12/30 18:13
2014/12/30 18:13
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It's the season to take stock of the year's musical blessings — also those people and performances that made 2014 not quite so blessed. In that spirit, we present our 38th annual Rheingold Awards. The...
2014/12/28 17:44
2014/12/28 17:44
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For San Diego’s classical music institutions, 2014 has marked the beginning of a transformational journey. Whether the San Diego Symphony, the La Jolla Music Society or the San Diego Opera, each...
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