Tag Archives: symphony orchestra

Compositions by Jewish artists and musicians detained in Terezín are revealed in a new book

Knowing the Holocaust in all its details is one thing. But hearing and feeling it from the souls of those who were in the midst of it becomes a singular revelation in the monumental new book. Our will to live by Philadelphia-born violist Mark Ludwig. In addition to playing in …

Read More »

Tyler ISD Fine Arts Students Have a ‘Magical Experience’ and Perform with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra

TYLER, Texas (KETK) — All of Tyler ISD’s fourth and fifth-year fine arts students performed with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra at a Carnegie Hall Link-Up. Tyler ISD hosted the event at their new theater on March 9. Longview ISD students help fund drinking water well in Uganda The school …

Read More »

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra returns to the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts

Photo courtesy of Krannert Center website The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performed Thursday at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts. The Krannert Center was able to have the first completely sold out show since, it’s their first since reopening. A wave of silence descended on the audience as the lights went …

Read More »

Arts Beat: several symphonies back on stage next month

5 Arts Beat: February 28, 2022 MOSSO, The Musicians of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, back at Springfield Symphony Hall on March 26 with “MOSSO’s Virtuosos,” a program featuring the musicians. Trumpeter Thomas Bergeron and timpanist Martin Kluger will share the direction. The program includes Faure’s “Fantaisie pour flûte et orchester” …

Read More »

North Texas has an exciting year for opera fans

Boosted by COVID shutdowns in 2020, the Fort Worth Opera House and the Dallas Opera each went to work on plans to engage with their communities in new ways while providing opportunities for their performers and longtime fans to experience opera safely. Last year, Fort Worth Opera filled the start …

Read More »

Organizers Need Youth to Participate in Franklin County Arts Scene | Community

FRANKLIN COUNTY — For Erin Grainger, the performing arts scene in the northwest corner of Vermont is thriving. Churches, village greens and town halls abound with soft music, but it could fade if the next generation doesn’t keep it going. “I think sometimes the right hand doesn’t know what the …

Read More »

Darwin teacher suggests Mozart claim credit for some of his sister’s compositions

A Darwin scholar says he found evidence to suggest that one of the greatest composers of all time claimed credit for some of his older sister’s works. Key points: Former CDU professor Martin Jarvis has spent more than a decade studying Mozart’s original manuscripts He believes that at least two …

Read More »

Vernon and District Performing Arts Center hosts strong January lineup – Vernon News

Shows galore in Vernon Got a case of winter – and COVID – blas? You can relieve some of the stress with several shows in January at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Center. The fun begins with Frazey Ford, January 16 at 7:30 p.m. The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter is on …

Read More »

Lowcountry Arts and Events | Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: These calendar listings include Lowcountry arts and entertainment events that will be held both online and in person. To submit an event, go to www.postandcourier.com/events Today Summerville Skates What: Glide on the ice at this outdoor rink in Summerville. Revolving vendors and food trucks will offer you concessions …

Read More »

Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents “The Nutcracker”

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The Jefferson Performing Arts Society returns to the Jefferson Performing Arts Center for the first time since before Hurricane Ida with The Nutcracker for two shows only on Saturday, December 18 and Sunday, December 19 at 2 p.m. 00. The ballet will feature live music …

Read More »

SAN DIEGO OPERA PRESENTS ARTURO CHACÓN-CRUZ at the California Center For The Arts, Escondido

Arturo Chacon-Cruz Variety seems to be the spice of classical music and opera in San Diego. The city’s symphony orchestra plans to perform in a dozen or more venues next year, and the opera company has used a different venue for each of its three recent recitals. The last of …

Read More »

Arts & Culture Newsletter: “Sides” is a smart web series with local artists “up to 11”

Hello and welcome to the UT Arts & Culture newsletter. I am David L. Coddon, and here’s your guide to all the essentials in San Diego arts and culture this week. What happens when four struggling actors look for side jobs in a restaurant? This is the premise of “Sides,” …

Read More »

Obituary: tenor Marco Panuccio dies at 48

Widely admired by his colleagues, Panuccio was an EMMY nominated singer who performed over 25 major roles featuring a diverse repertoire ranging from Baroque to Contemporary to Romantic times. Highlights include Rodolfo in Puccini’s “La Bohème”; Des Grieux in “Manon” by Massenet; Edgardo in “Lucia di Lammermoor” by Donizetti; Alfredo …

Read More »

Watch A-HOGE musician robot recreates Mozart with his calculator compositions

Remember those super basic calculators people carried around before our ultra-smart phones and computers made them obsolete? Those plastic singles that you maybe used to do your homework with or that your mom used to balance her checkbook? Today, most people probably think that calculators are no longer really in …

Read More »

Manitoba Opera rings for season opener

Hi! Hi! Nearly two years of pandemic silence since its last fully staged production in November 2019, Manitoba Opera has decided to return to the show Friday night on a ringtone and a prayer, featuring two intimate chamber operas inspired by the humble phone. . The company, now 49, is …

Read More »

Manitoba Opera’s 2021-22 season is just around the corner

WINNIPEG – In less than a week, the Manitoba Opera will have seats filled at the Centennial Concert Hall to open its 2021-22 season. Two operas in one act are presented on November 5 and 6: The phone and Human voice next Friday and Saturday (enter to win tickets). The …

Read More »

Redlands Bowl mourns the loss of Maestro Frank Fetta | Culture & Leisure

Venetian singer Giada Valenti and Frank Fetta, artistic director of symphonic programming, share an aerial kiss during the premiere performance at the Redlands Bowl this year. Redlands Community News file photo by Joseph Ellis Maestro Frank Paul Fetta will long be remembered for his warmth and creativity, which transcended the …

Read More »

National Symposium Explores Institutional Change in the Performing Arts “The Peabody Post

The event on November 17 brings together artists, presenters on the need for adaptability. The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated troubling trends in the performing arts, revealing a long-standing need to cultivate artistic institutions that are responsive to their communities and open to changing ways of creating …

Read More »

Upcoming Musical Events in Williamsport: Opera Night and Return of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra | Music

Williamsport-October 26 will host two exciting events for music lovers. The Three Tenors Concert announced by the Williamsport Music Club and the opening performance of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra. The Three Tenors give an opera night at Faxon at 7:00 p.m.-Kenmore United Methodist Church, 1301 Clayton Avenue. Ryan Workman, who …

Read More »

State Opera South Australia announces 2022 Opera on the Beach

State Opera South Australia has announced a new one-night-only production of Puccini Bohemian to be performed at Glenelg Beach in Adelaide on March 26, 2022. The new event follows the success of the 2019 outdoor production Carmen in the square. Soprano Desiree Frahn on Glenelg Beach. Photo provided. The new …

Read More »

Disparities in COVID-19 restrictions troubling the performing arts community

Regina Sung, Photo Editor As the University eases COVID-19 restrictions on track teams, some members of Yale’s performing arts groups have expressed frustration with regulations that continue to restrict in-person performances. Currently, performance arts – including theater, a cappella, dance and comedy groups – face austerity COVID-19 restrictions. Yale requires …

Read More »

Tickets on sale October 12: Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts 2021-2022 Season – Cerritos Community News

October 11, 2021 CERRITOS, CA – The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) is delighted to welcome audiences once again with an exciting 2021-2022 season, which kicks off Friday, December 3 at 8:00 p.m. with iconic artist Marie Osmond. The new season’s lineup includes world-renowned artists including Emmy winner …

Read More »

UGA Performing Arts Center season opens October 14 with Time For Three | New

After a year and a half of minimal activity, the UGA Performing Arts Center is back in business, welcoming the public for a tremendous 25th anniversary celebration that culminates in April and May 2022. Classically-formed indie-pop trio Time For Three opens the season Thursday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. in …

Read More »

Business Council for the Arts (BCA) honors North Texas Performing Arts in 2021 Obelisk Awards

The Business Council for the Arts (BCA) has announced that Plano’s North Texas Performing Arts has been awarded the 2021 Obelisks in the Arts. Get to Know North Texas Performing Arts (NTPA), winner of the 2021 Business Council for the Arts Obelisk Award for Arts Education The NTPA is the …

Read More »

The State Opera brings La Bohème to the beach

The one-night-only performance, announced today, will be directed by company artistic director Stuart Maunder, with an all-Australian cast including soprano Cathy-Di Zhang and tenor Rosario La Spina as Young Lovers. unhappy Mimi and Rodolfo. . “They fall head over heels in love, blind to any possibility that there may be …

Read More »

TTU College of Visual & Performing Arts Offers New Certificate Program in Art Entrepreneurship | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (press release) – The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: The JT and Margaret Talkington College of Visual and Performing Arts (TCVPA) at Texas Technological University will offer diploma and undergraduate artistic entrepreneurship certificates this spring. The certificate consists of three courses: foundation in artistic …

Read More »

Palomo Spain Spring 2022 Men’s Collection

Live from Paseo del Prado Park in the heart of Madrid, Alejandro Gómez Palomo put on the map the irrepressible desire for a new colorful and exuberant glamor with a touch of Spanish pride. “We need warmth, human warmth, after all this time of confinement,” he said. “I wanted to …

Read More »

NJSO Youth Orchestras to Release Digital Album of Original Student Compositions

NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 07/30/2021 (NEWARK, NJ) – NJSO Youth Orchestras to Release Our voices, an album of original student compositions composed during the program’s 30th anniversary season, August 6. The album marks the culmination of a one-season creative composition project by the NJSO Youth …

Read More »