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Springfield Symphony to perform ‘Video Games Live’

Springfield News-Sun 27 Feb 2024
When people think of symphonic music, they usually think the classics and composers like Beethoven, Bach or Mozart ... “If Beethoven were alive today, he’d probably be a video game or film composer,” Tallarico said.
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The psychology of great artists: Beyond the myth of the lone, tortured genius

Phys Dot Org 25 Feb 2024
... of historical figures, looking deeply into the figure of Beethoven in particular from a psychological perspective ... A classic example of this trait can be found in the German composer Beethoven.
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Pacific Symphony’s 2024-25 season will honor conductor Carl St.Clair

Orange County Register 22 Feb 2024
26-28 with St.Clair leading the Pacific in a program that will include Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini,” featuring pianist Claire Huangci, and Beethoven’s Symphony No ... 1 and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.
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Documentaries, Shakespeare and jazz quartet, oh my!

Missoulian 22 Feb 2024
The program covers a range of classics with guests of career phases ... (Saturday-Sunday, March 2-3) The symphony's latest Master-works concert tunes into nature, as it has sounded to composers from the classical period to the present.
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Things to do: Documentaries, Shakespeare and jazz

Missoulian 22 Feb 2024
The program covers a range of classics with guests of career phases ... The symphony’s latest Masterworks concert tunes into nature, as it has sounded to composers from the classical period to the present.
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Rutland events starting 02/22/2024

Rutland Herald 22 Feb 2024
Feb. 22. Robert Black ... Chaffee Art Center, 16 South Main St., Rutland ... Feb ... Michael Arnowitt Piano Concert at Christ Church, Montpelier — Michael Arnowitt returns to Vermont to perform a classical piano concert featuring Beethoven’s last piano sonata no.
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Where rock meets Bach: The Capitol to host TAKE3

The Hawk Eye 21 Feb 2024
BURLINGTON – TAKE3, a trio of classically trained ... Seamlessly merging hits from Elvis and the Beatles to Bach and Beethoven, TAKE3 lives at the intersection where pop, rock and classical fusion collide.
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Audience bursts with joy at “New World Symphony” with BPO at KMH (Concert repeats this ...

Buffalo Rising 18 Feb 2024
95, “From the New World.” Periodically local classical music radio station WNED Classical holds listener polls for “favorite” or “greatest” pieces of music. Usually Beethoven’s Symphony No.
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2024 Blossom Music Festival features Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr., banjo great Bela Fleck

Canton Repository 18 Feb 2024
The Cleveland Orchestra has announced nine new programs for this summer's Blossom Music Festival that range from classical favorites by Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky to pop concerts featuring "An Evening with Leslie Odom Jr."
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Lions Gate Sinfonia returns with intimate spin on the traditional requiem

North Shore News 18 Feb 2024
Often music lovers “don’t want to hear anything other than Mozart and Vivaldi, or Beethoven,” and so presenting new works by a contemporary composer to classical connoisseurs can be tricky, said Mitchell.
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Beethoven's Fifth coming to Olympic College with 'personal' symphony performance

Kitsap Sun 16 Feb 2024
Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony is quite simply the most famous piece of classical music ever written ... Beethoven explores the vast range of the bassoon years before Hector Berlioz made this fashionable.
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Apollo Chamber Players Takes A Definitive Look At Revisionism

Houston Press 16 Feb 2024
The irony of this fact is not lost in this concert, which transitions classical music from the traditional association with dead, European white men like Beethoven, Bach and Brahms (rest their souls) ...
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Why we need 'Rhapsody in Blue' more than ever as it turns 100

The Keene Sentinel 15 Feb 2024
It’s one of those classical pieces, like Beethoven’s Fifth and Ninth symphonies and Bach’s spooky Toccata and Fugue in D minor, that long ago left orchestra halls to entrench themselves in the American psyche.
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Column: Why we need “Rhapsody in Blue” more than ever as it turns 100

The Los Angeles Times 14 Feb 2024
It’s one of those classical pieces, like Beethoven’s Fifth and Ninth symphonies and Bach’s spooky Toccata and Fugue in D minor, that long ago left orchestra halls to entrench themselves in the American psyche.

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