Interpreting Shostakovich

Interpreting Shostakovich This three-week festival— interpreting Shostakovich the man, Shostakovich the composer, and specific Shostakovich compositions—comprises three concerts at the National Gallery of Art, Dumbarton Concerts, and Georgetown University, as well as four film events at the National Gallery. The participants include Solomon Volkov, author of Shostakovich’s memoirs; and the eminent British filmmaker Tony Palmer […]

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Dvořák and America

Dvořák and America Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, College Park, MD Tickets for March 1: $35 ($10 students). Box office 301-405-ARTS. [button link=”http://claricesmithcenter.umd.edu/2010/c/performances/performance?rowid=17003″]Purchase Tickets[/button] Box office 301-405-ARTS. Single tickets go on sale Aug. 6. Dvořák’s American sojourn (1892–95) is one of the most amazing chapters in the history of classical music in the United States. During this brief […]

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PostClassical Productions: Homage to Catalonia

PostClassical Productions: Homage to Catalonia Sept. 28, 2012 The Morgan Library (225 Madison Avenue) [button link=”/category/events/postclassical_productions/homage-to-catalonia”] See Complete Program [/button] Perspectives Ensemble conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez Harolyn Blackwell, soprano A program of Catalonian works by Xavier Montsalvatge and Roberto Gerhard.

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PostClassical Productions: Schubert Uncorked

PostClassical Productions: Schubert Uncorked Dec. 21, 2012 8:00 PM The Stone (Corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street) All tickets $10 at the door [button link=”http://oldsite.postclassical.com/schubert-uncorked-3/”] See Complete Program [/button] “Left every brass player in the packed house shaking his head in disbelief.” — The Chicago Tribune on David Taylor David Taylor, bass trombone William […]

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