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Inon Barnatan Plays All Five Beethoven Concertos; Recitals in London, Seattle and Boston; and Chamber Music at Carnegie and Beyond in 2018-19
Inon Barnatan – “one of the most admired pianists of his generation” (New York Times) –punctuates his 2018-19 season with key performances of monumental works from... more
Lyric Unlimited announces an opera for young people: Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt
Lyric Unlimited, the branch of Lyric Opera devoted to education, community engagement, and new artistic initiatives, is excited to announce its latest opera for young people, Rhoda... more
Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique Return to Carnegie Hall and Other U.S. Venues for “Berlioz Series 2018,” with Simon Callow as Narrator in Little-Known Lélio (Oct 10-15)
A life-long devotee of the music of Hector Berlioz, Sir John Eliot Gardiner anticipates next year’s 150th anniversary of the composer’s death... more
Berliner Philharmoniker: “Energetic, honest Beethoven” THE 9 SYMPHONIES WITH SIMON RATTLE NOW ON CD/SACD FOR EUR 34.90
The performance of all Beethoven symphonies with their chief conductors is always a milestone in the artistic work of the Berliner Philharmoniker. At the end of 2015, the cycle was presented ... more
Daniil Trifonov’s 2018-19 Highlights Include Season-Opening Concerts with NY Phil; Artistic Residencies with Berlin Phil, LSO and Vienna Musikverein; and New Rachmaninov Album on DG
Grammy Award-winner Daniil Trifonov headlines the New York Philharmonic’s season-launching concerts, playing Ravel’s jazz-inflected Concerto in G for the&... more
Live this Sun: George Benjamin conducts the Berliner Philharmoniker
George Benjamin has made a name for himself as the creator of powerful, multi-layered works, and this season is the Berliner Philharmoniker’s composer in residence. On this occasion in the ... more
Superstar Divas Brenda Rae and Stephanie Blythe Headline Opera Philadelphia’s O18 Festival
Opera Philadelphia – “one of the most creative and ambitious companies in this country” (New York Times) – is set to take the opera world by storm once ... more
Orchestra of St. Luke's 2018—2019 Chamber Music Series
Orchestra of St. Luke's 2018–2019 Chamber Music Series, which explores the connections between art, life, and music through well-known and rarely-performed works by Vivaldi,... more
Nicholas Phan Launches Season with Chicago’s Collaborative Works Festival (Sep 5-8); Then Role Debut in Perséphone with SF Symphony, Title Role Debut in Jephtha, and Israeli Debut Headlining Candide
Described by the Boston Globe as “one of the world’s most remarkable singers,” tenor Nicholas Phan once again launches his new season in... more
Berliner Philharmoniker - Season opening with Kirill Petrenko and works by Beethoven and Strauss
Kirill Petrenko, who takes up office as chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker next year, has now conducted the orchestra’s traditional season opening concert for the first time,... more
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2018 Mozart Week
The Mozart Week in Salzburg – in fact ten days of performances from 26 January to 4 February – was planned and organized this year by Maren Hofmeister as interim artistic director, and it ... more

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Mozart Week 2019 Press Briefing, Salzburg, 26 January 2018

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