Intimate Musicmaking from Benedetti and Friends

11/08/2014

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 Edinburgh International Festival 2014 (4) – Brahms, Shostakovich: Nicola Benedetti and Friends, Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, 11.8.2014 (SRT) Read more

Good Rapport between Vogt and SCO in Emperor Concerto

11/08/2014

 Edinburgh International Festival 2014 (3) – Brahms, Schumann, Webern, BeethovenLars Vogt (piano), Scottish Chamber Orchestra / Robin Ticciati (conductor), Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 10.8.2014 (SRT)

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Brilliant Combination of Talents in Schoenberg and Stravinsky

09/08/2014

 

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 Edinburgh International Festival 2014 (2) – Schoenberg, Stravinsky: Hebrides Ensemble, Graham F. Valentine (narrator), Queen’s Hall, 9.8.2014 (SRT) Read more

Accordionist Gives Virtuoso Display of Classical Works

09/08/2014

 Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 (3) – Classical Accordion at the Fringe: Paul Chamberlain, Over-Seas House, 9.8.2014 (SRT)

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Mostly Mozart (4): Mark Morris’s Acis and Galatea Adds Mozart to the Mix

09/08/2014

 Mostly Mozart (4):Handel, Acis and Galatea (arr. by Mozart): Mark Morris Dance Group, Mark Morris (Director and Choreographer), Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale, Nicholas McGegan (Conductor), David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, New York, 7.8.2014 (SSM)

Photo:  Mark Morris Dance Group: Acis and Galatea (Handel (arr. Mozart) Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale Nicholas McGegan, conductor Isaiah Bell, bass-baritone Adrianne Lobel, scenic design Isaac Mizrahi, costume design Michael Chybowski, lighting design Mostly Mozart Festival Dress Rehearsal photographed:  © 2014 Richard Termine.

Photo: Mark Morris Dance Group: Acis and Galatea (Handel (arr. Mozart) Isaiah Bell, bass-baritone Mostly Mozart Festival Dress Rehearsal[br] photographed: © 2014 Richard Termine.

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Edinburgh Festival Opens with High Profile RSNO Concert

09/08/2014

 

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  Edinburgh International Festival 2014 (1) – Schönberg, Scriabin, Debussy – The Opening Concert:  Kirill Gerstein (piano), Claire Booth (soprano), Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Edinburgh Festival Chorus, Oliver Knussen (conductor).  Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 8.8.2014 (SRT) Read more

High Standards in Bach Mass from Ludus Baroque

09/08/2014

  Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 (2) – Bach,  B Minor Mass: Ludus Baroque, Richard Neville-Towle, (conductor), Canongate Kirk, 07.08.2014 (SRT) Read more

Recalling the Life and Songs of Kurt Weill

06/08/2014

 Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 (1) – Berlin to Broadway: The Songs of Kurt Weill: Bremner Duthie (baritone), David Patrick (piano), Outhouse, Edinburgh. (SRT) Read more

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