Category Archives: Music

Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis in Sidney

Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis 14 October 2015– 17 October 2015 Experience Beethoven at his most visionary and inspirational with solo voices, a grand choir and full orchestra. Magnificent, ambitious, glorious! Description Beethoven said his Missa Solemnis was ‘my greatest work’. He … Continue reading

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The Salzburg Festival continues with Riccardo Muti and Ernani

After directing the Vienna Philharmonic at the Salzburg Festival on August 14, 15 and 16: PYOTR I. TCHAIKOVSKY • Concert for Violin and Orchestra in D, Op. 35 JOHANNES BRAHMS • Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 73 Riccardo Muti directs … Continue reading

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Vincenzo Bellini: a true Sicilian

As a true Sicilian man, I would like to explain the personality of Vincenzo Bellini (1801 – 1835) in a different point of view from the routine of music and historical criticism that you are used to read in magazines. To date, in … Continue reading

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Verdi’s Requiem in Adelaide

Verdi Requiem Presented by State Opera of South Australia 7:30pm: 26, 28 August 2015 Verdi’s mighty Requiem stands as one of the greatest choral masterpieces in the repertoire – part oratorio, part opera, and dramatic from beginning to end. It’s … Continue reading

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Free Streaming of Rossini’s Stabat Mater on August 22nd

You are not in Pesaro? Do not worry, you can still stream the Stabat Mater for FREE, live from Pesaro’s Teatro Rossini. Saturday August 22nd, at 20.30 (8:30 in the evening local time, 2:30 pm NYC time) Streaming from the … Continue reading

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WORLD PREMIERE of “Daniel”, an oratorio by Dan Montez in Westchester

an oratorio by Dan Montez In English WORLD PREMIERE! On the heels of last year’s premiere, Jonah, based on the famous prophet of whale fame, Taconic Opera presents another world premiere, Daniel, based on the prophet sent to the den … Continue reading

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The Orchestra Regionale Emilia Romagna MEETS THE YOUNG TALENTS

YOUNG TALENTS COME INTO THE ORCHESTRA IN ITALY The best students, singers, conductors and soloists of the Parma Conservatory “A. Boito” become the stars of an exclusive concert for young talents with the Orchestra Regionale Emilia Romagna. A series of … Continue reading

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Little Conductors, Experimental didactic workshop about orchestra leaders

Little conductors Experimental didactic workshop about orchestra leaders Ten young aspiring conductors and a philharmonic orchestra with 50 elements at their disposal. This is the first didactic workshop that turns children into real orchestra leaders. An experience never felt before … Continue reading

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Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors” in Iowa

  PRESENTS: Menotti / Amahl and the Night Visitors Presenting Premier Sponsor is American Equity Opera in One Act Libretto by Gian Carlo Menotti First performance: NBC Television Opera Theatre in New York City, Broadcast on December 24, 1951 Performed … Continue reading

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With Roberto Alagna in Morocco: the Voices and Sounds of the Mediterranean Sea

Written By: Natalia Di Bartolo for L’Idea Magazine, 23 June 2014| Unique musical sensations in Morocco on Saturday 14th June, 2014 with Roberto Alagna in concert, accompanied by the group of Palestinian origin The Khoury Project. The famous tenor was performing … Continue reading

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