November 30, 2015

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Features: Classical Music Features

Professional Listener
24 Nov 2015
Michael Hartman is one of the people in the seats who help to make the orchestra great. “This orchestra has always had a personality that’s unique.”

Perspectives: Sir Simon Rattle
15 Nov 2015
One of the greatest conductors of all time, Sir Simon Rattle is renowned for his mastery of repertoire from the Baroque to the present day.

Finding His Divine Voice
13 Nov 2015 -- "In what could be also be described as a miracle of biblical proportions, A Love Supreme represented virtually the only time an album of hardcore modern jazz instrumental music became a widespread popular success."

Sublime Synthesis
12 Nov 2015 -- "The program forms a similarly personal conversation between two skilled, resourceful artists, enhanced by the strength and spirit each performer perceived in the music."

Beyond the Baton
10 Nov 2015 -- This Month Yannick Talks about Hannibal’s One Land, One River, One People.

The Keeper of the Sound
10 Nov 2015 -- As He Begins his Fourth Season as Music Director, Yannick Talks about the Philadelphia Sound

Yefim Bronfman: The Complete Prokofiev Piano Sonatas
05 Nov 2015 -- The first concerto I played at Carnegie Hall was Rachmanino ’s Third Piano Concerto with Leonard Bernstein conducting the Israel Philharmonic. That was September 29, 1976. It was one of those moments you just don’t forget.

The Very Model Of A Modern Concertmaster
10 Sep 2015 -- Meet Frank huang, the New York Philharmonic’s new concertmaster.

03 Sep 2015 -- Evgeny Kissin’s connection to Carnegie Hall is legendary. In 1990, he made his famed debut, launching the Hall’s centennial season. Now—for the Hall’s 125th anniversary—he returns as a Perspectives artist to curate a series in which he explores his artistic interests and musical discoveries. Throughout this historic series, the virtuosity, versatility, and penetrating intensity of one of the world’s greatest pianists will be on full display. In advance of his return to Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, Kissin discussed his upcoming concerts with Clive Gillinson, Carnegie Hall’s executive and artistic director.

NYOUSA Ready for China
25 Jul 2015 -- “China has become one of the world’s most important centers for classical music and will play an everincreasing role in the future of music.”

Fifty Years Of Priceless Music — Absolutely Free
11 Jul 2015 -- This summer, June 17–24, the concerts in the Parks series is celebrating its Golden anniversary, inspiring a look back on the beginnings of New York’s favorite summer tradition.

To Make The Music Heard
05 Jul 2015 -- Susanna Mälkki brings to her Philharmonic debut her reverence for composers and a passionate commitment to make their scores “sound as beautiful as possible.”

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