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With Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra in the final, an unprecedented amount of prize money on the table – US$150,000 to the winner – and, endeavouring to refute charges...
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One of America’s great movie actresses and singers, Doris Day has died from pneumonia at the age of ninety-seven. Born Doris Ann Kappelhoff in Cincinnati, Ohio, to music teacher William...
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The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #10: Dialogues des Carmélites Who...
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Saturday, April 27, 2019 Grand Salon, National Museum of Archaeology, Valletta, Malta Monday-Wednesday, April 29-May 1, 2019 Palazzo de La Salle, Malta Society of Arts, Valletta, Malta Four concerts, four...
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Belfast-born Heather Harper was a confident, versatile creamy-voiced soprano who was a regular feature of UK musical life for some four decades and who then continued to pass on her...
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Claudio Abbado’s Final Concert with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night's Dream – Overture, Op.21 & Incidental Muisc, Op.61; I: Scherzo; III: Song with Chorus “You spotted snakes...
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Saturday, April 06, 2019Barbican Centre, London: Cinema 1, Milton Court Concert Hall, Fountain Room, St Giles Cripplegate & Barbican Hall 11 a.m. Cinema 1 Mademoiselle A film by Bruno Monsaingeon,...
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This interview with Paavo Järvi took place in London on 10 January 2019 IntroductionFrance is not widely known for much, if any, enthusiasm for the music of Jean Sibelius. The...
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The Classical Source once again brings you a handy guide to all ten of the Metropolitan Opera productions included in this season’s international broadcast series. #9: Die Walküre Who wrote...
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Colin Anderson Bumping into Hector, first-time. I know where I was (on the floor in front of my dad’s radiogram, music bug already bitten very deep) and I know what...
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