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Did Nikolay Myaskovsky write a “Collective Farm” symphony or not? As with many gnomic utterances from the Soviet era, it depends on who is speaking. Granted, the composer never explicitly said he did – it was all part of the semantic act of high-flying explored in this insightful, elegant and informative new biography of Patrick …

Editor’s Note: This article appeared in the Fall 2021 issue of Grand Traverse Scene magazine. Pick up a free copy at area hotels, visitor centers, chambers of commerce, or at the Record-Eagle building on Front Street. Click here to read GT Scene in its entirety online. Its legendary heritage is rooted in the woods and …

Fri 09/17/2021 – 16:51 pm | By: Mike Lopinto The Symphonic Winds will perform a concert honoring the first responders and a late celebration of the band’s centennial program on Sunday, October 3 at 3:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Mannoni Performing Arts Center on the University of Southern Mississippi campus. (USM) Hattiesburg. The …

Photo courtesy of Pixabay Submitted The Hays Symphony will present “Western Hemisphere,” its opening gala concert featuring works by 20th century American composers at 7:30 pm on Saturday, September 25 at Fort Hays State University Beach / Schmidt Performing Arts Center. The ensemble is under the direction of Brian Buckstead, assistant professor of violin and …

Montgomery County, Tennessee – The Montgomery County Downtown Commons will host the prestigious Nashville Symphony on the evening of September 23, 2021. Starting at 7:00 p.m., the community will have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of music on the lawn by some of the country’s most talented musicians. Chairs will be available for the …

Conductor Wes Kenney, professor at the Colorado State University School of Music, Theater and Dance, performs on stage in the concert hall of the Colorado State University Center for the Arts on September 14. “It’s been almost 20 months since we played in front of a live audience. We are so excited. … This is …

Mikis Theodorakis, who died at the age of 96, was a Greek composer of symphonies, cantatas, ballets and operas, but known worldwide for his Zorba the Greek and Serpico film music. He was also politically active throughout his life after joining the Greek resistance against the Axis Powers during World War II, later becoming a …

Breadcrumb Links Local News “We implement mask and proof of vaccination policies to help ensure the safety of our audience, musicians, guest artists, staff and volunteers. ” Author of the article: Regina Chief Position In this March 2019 file photo, members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) perform at the Conexus Arts Center. Photo by …

Naxos celebrated the centenary of the death of Saint-Saëns with a reissue of his Integral Symphonies, performed by the Malmö Symphony Orchestra By David Mellor for the event Posted: 5:01 p.m. EDT, September 4, 2021 | Update: 5:01 p.m. EDT, September 4, 2021 Saint-Saëns: Complete symphonies Naxos, out now Evaluation: This year marks the centenary …

Copyright © 2021 Roswell Daily Record The first Friday of this month will be themed “Hot Downtown Weather” as traders prepare for the upcoming Chilean Cheese Festival later this month. First Fridays are coordinated by MainStreet Roswell and aim to bring people downtown for shopping, dining and entertainment. She’s a Dandy at 302 N. Main …