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April 17th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
Read more on The Reporter

Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
Read more on Black Mountain News

A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
Read more on New York Times

‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
Read more on The Dalton Daily Citizen

Royal seal of approval for lunch
RYE mother and stylist Meesha Tindale will be raising money for a cause close to her heart while celebrating a special moment in her home country’s history later this month.
Read more on Leader Community Newspapers

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April 17th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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North Penn musicians shine at All-Eastern (video)
Tyler Lawson and Minzo Kim plan to make music their lives.
Read more on The Reporter

Editorial: With settlement, bruised DSO resumes the production of joy
Conventional wisdom holds that the damage an enterprise sustains in a protracted strike makes any victory claimed by either side a pyrrhic one. But everyone who cares about metro Detroit should be relieved at news that the bruised but inestimable treasure known as the Detroit Symphony Orchestra has survived another day to play music — and fight for its share of this community’s cultural …
Read more on Black Mountain News

A CD-Only Music Store That Plays to Its Own Beat
Chris Miller’s CD-only music store in Oak Park carries about 40,000 discs and, according to Mr. Miller, “strictly has whatever unusual things people who live around here might want.”
Read more on New York Times

‘Back to Back Bach’ goes to college
“Back to Back Bach” is a guided listening presentation designed to share the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, especially his organ music.
Read more on The Dalton Daily Citizen

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April 16th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Image by Indiana Public Media
Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

Wuthering Heights and Bernard Herrmann’s film music legacy
Bernard Herrmann was an Academy Award-winning American composer whose unforgettable collaborations include Psycho with Alfred Hitchcock, Citizen Kane with Orson Welles and Taxi Driver with Martin Scorsese. Minnesota Opera’s new production of his only opera celebrates the centennial of the composer’s birth and is the first major revival of this forgotten masterpiece since it was written in …
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Karlheinz Stockhausen’s opera ‘Sonntag aus Licht’ performed in Cologne
COLOGNE, Germany — Will Karlheinz Stockhausen’s reputation ever be rehabilitated? The question hangs over this city this month, with the world premiere of “Sonntag aus Licht,” the last, longest entry in the composer’s 29-hour, seven-opera cycle, “Licht” (“Light: The Seven Days of the Week”). And though the German composer — a leading figure in contemporary music for the second half of the 20th …
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Sweet music
The Williston Concert Association presented Simon and Son, a father and son piano duet, in the Williston High School auditorium Thursday evening. This concert was the second-to-last event of the season. The next concert is on April 16 and is described as club and swing music.
Read more on Williston Herald

Final Greenville Symphony chamber concert full of charm
The Greenville Symphony is ending this year’s chamber music series with a sunny smile, entirely in keeping with the recent spring days we’ve been enjoying. No grief or world-weary angst on this weekend’s program.
Read more on The Greenville News

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April 14th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Music Review: Yes – Close To The Edge
Yes: Chapter 5.
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Marshall’s ‘Monger’ at UCLA Live: Homeboy Brings It Home!
Oft labeled a rising star in contemporary dance, Los Angeles-bred and European/Israeli infused choreographer Barak Marshall and UCLA Live bring a company of ten dancers to Royce Hall for two shows this weekend. Presenting the evening length physical theater work Monger , its sound score includes excerpts of Gypsy, Balkan, classical and rock music and a narrative drawn from sources such as artist …
Read more on LAist

DWTS Season 12: The Top Nine
Nine couples performed classical dances to classical music – and no one fell down! Here’s a recap of this week’s performances.
Read more on KSAT San Antonio

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April 13th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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WFIU Fundraiser for Classical Music Endowment – Thomas Baldner
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Image by Indiana Public Media
Thomas Baldner poses for a photo as WFIU Major Gifts and Grants Officer Nancy Krueger and WFIU Community Advisory Board member Janis Starcs look at a some music manuscripts on the wall.

Billy Childs: The Perfect Picture
There is a somewhat-still-virgin musical territory that rests its innocent heart where classical music ends and jazz commences. Many have beautifully tiptoed on its smooth surface before, mixing, experimenting, creating and even challenging its balance with both improvised and organized notes. Music is in constant evolution, and jazz has always, in one way or another, embraced those who take …
Read more on All About Jazz

Classical Guitarist Rolando Valdes-Blain Dies
Classical guitarist Rolando-Valdes-Blain dies at 89; performed from Broadway to White House
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Sidney Harman, Newsweek Chairman, Is Dead at 92
Mr. Harman made a late-in-life splash by acquiring Newsweek magazine and wedding it with a sassy Web site, The Daily Beast.
Read more on New York Times

DWTS: Chelsea Kane earns highest points, Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett earns lowest
It was “classical” week on the fourth performance episode of “Dancing with the Stars,” which means celebrities and their professional dance partners must perform with a live orchestra to lyric-free music. To add confusion, they don’t begin until 20 seconds into the music. Some celebrities are struggling to find their footing and keep the beat.
Read more on Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The return of #operaplot contest on Twitter
Operaplot contest on Twitter returns
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Students Take Center Stage at Picquet Music Festival
Students from each of Moore County’s high schools will compete in this year’s Picquet Music Festival organized by the Kiwanis Club of the Sandhills.
Read more on The Southern Pines Pilot

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April 11th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Melbourne’s country music fest promoter takes productions to heart
Age: 53 Residence: Indialantic Position: Executive director, Runaway Country Space Coast Music Fest Experience: Began working in television at age 16. Moved to radio before starting EventStrategic, a brand marketing and event management company.
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For Radio Host Jonathan Schwartz, the Melody Lingers On
There’s no music like show music. Just ask Jonathan Schwartz, the radio host, champion of the American popular song and son of Broadway composer Arthur Schwartz.
Read more on Playbill

April 14 to bring Suburban Music Study Club spring piano festival to Madison library
MADISON ‑ Members of the Suburban Music Study Club will present a program of classical piano music at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 14, in the Chase Room of the Madison Public Library, 39 Keep St.
Read more on Hanover Eagle

Music in Mountain season opening
Music in the Mountains, the largest classical music organization in the Sierra Foothills, will fill the 30th anniversary season with new magic and old favorites. After a challenging year of …
Read more on Colfax Record

Heineken Case Study – Champions League Match vs Classical Concert (Real Madrid, AC Milan)

April 11th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Heineken Case Study – Champions League Match vs Classical Concert (Real Madrid, AC Milan)




On the night of the October 21st the Real Madrid played Champions League match against AC Milan. Heineken convinced several university professors, girlfriends, and several bosses to convince their students, boyfriends and employees to go to a concert on that night. All of them couldn’t say no and had to go to the classical concert. But… more in www.carlos.art.br

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April 10th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Concert Review | Columbus Symphony: Guest conductor Chen wins crowd’s plaudits
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra raced across the finish line of its 2010-11 classical season last night on the shoulders of the “three B’s” – Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. The large group of listeners at the Ohio Theatre stood and applauded enthusiastically at several points during the more than two-hour performance, led by guest conductor Mei-Ann Chen, and in many ways the adulation was deserved.
Read more on The Columbus Dispatch

Concert review: Blomstedt, PSO create a Brahms experience
We spend an inordinate amount of time trying to define greatness, and classical music is particularly obsessed with it. But so often it is a debate made away from the music in question — in a coffee shop or a classroom, in an article or a book. But what role does experience play?
Read more on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hinesburg Artist Series celebrates 15th anniversary with concert Sunday
The Hinesburg Artist Series, which in the 1990s brought classical music to southern Chittenden County, celebrates its 15th anniversary with a concert Sunday featuring the South County Chorus performing with the Hinesburg Artist Series Orchestra.
Read more on The Burlington Free Press

South Florida Classical Voice 04/07/11
Is Recorded Music So Much Worse Than Live In The Theatre? “But the increased quality of sound reproduction, coupled with reduced technical expense and higher personnel expense, have revived the argument over theaters utilizing digitized orchestras instead of the real thing for musicals.”
Read more on Arts Journal

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April 10th, 2011 Ninoverolla music No comments
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Concert Review | Columbus Symphony: Guest conductor Chen wins crowd’s plaudits
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra raced across the finish line of its 2010-11 classical season last night on the shoulders of the “three B’s” – Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. The large group of listeners at the Ohio Theatre stood and applauded enthusiastically at several points during the more than two-hour performance, led by guest conductor Mei-Ann Chen, and in many ways the adulation was deserved.
Read more on The Columbus Dispatch

Concert review: Blomstedt, PSO create a Brahms experience
We spend an inordinate amount of time trying to define greatness, and classical music is particularly obsessed with it. But so often it is a debate made away from the music in question — in a coffee shop or a classroom, in an article or a book. But what role does experience play?
Read more on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Hinesburg Artist Series celebrates 15th anniversary with concert Sunday
The Hinesburg Artist Series, which in the 1990s brought classical music to southern Chittenden County, celebrates its 15th anniversary with a concert Sunday featuring the South County Chorus performing with the Hinesburg Artist Series Orchestra.
Read more on The Burlington Free Press

South Florida Classical Voice 04/07/11
Is Recorded Music So Much Worse Than Live In The Theatre? “But the increased quality of sound reproduction, coupled with reduced technical expense and higher personnel expense, have revived the argument over theaters utilizing digitized orchestras instead of the real thing for musicals.”
Read more on Arts Journal

WQXR’s Trout Week, Chamber Music Festival
WQXR, the classical-music station, is presenting Trout Week, a chamber music festival.
Read more on New York Times

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Music to our ears: Detroit Symphony Orchestra resumes performances
The music returned to Orchestra Hall as Music Director Leonard Slatkin lifted his baton and led the Detroit Symphony Orchestra players in their first rehearsal in at least six months. “It feels gorgeous,” said Elizabeth Weingardt, orchestra spokeswoman, as the musicians dug into Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, “From the New World.” 
Read more on The Oakland Press

Kolkata hosts classical music concert
Kolkata, Apr 5: An Indian Classical Music Concert was hosted by the ‘Classical Brothers’ music band in the city on Sunday evening.
Read more on New Kerala

Uta-sanshin grand master taught hundreds of students
Harry Seisho Nakasone, a Honolulu resident who studied in Japan and became a master of classical Okinawan music, died March 19 in Honolulu. He was 99.
Read more on Honolulu Star-Advertiser

ISo takes audience on a resolute journey of elation
Music that works its way by heroic effort into a triumphant stance has grabbed audiences ever since Beethoven’s Fifth. This weekend’s program in the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Classical Series was tweaked to allow the ISO’s music director designate, Krzysztof Urbanski, to put his stamp on the underlined affirmations of Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 in D major in his forthcoming inaugural …
Read more on The Indianapolis Star

Sauk music students a close-knit group
Sauk Valley Community College students Colin Adams (left), Kevin Bielema, Conrad Fassig and Stephanie Hernandez are in their second year in the school’s music program. They plan to graduate in May with their associate degrees.
Read more on SaukValley.com

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