May 28, 2015

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Features: Classical Music Features

On with the Show...with Bugs Bunny
05 May 2015
The mastermind behind Bugs Bunny at the Symphony explores why the great Warner Bros. cartoons have grabbed hold of the hearts and souls of generations of music lovers.

Resounding Strings: Quartets Highlight Second Half of Great Performers
02 Mar 2015
Great Performers shines a spotlight on the string quartet this winter with concerts by a returning favorite and a new, free series featuring four rising ensembles.

Getting Warmer
28 Jan 2015 -- You might have wondered before a concert, with the musicians on stage producing a cacophony of sound: “Why are they making that racket?”

Amy Kaiser Kees Her Focus on Musical Collaborations
21 Jan 2015 -- For 20 seasons, St. Louis Symphony Chorus Director Amy Kaiser has kept her focus on musical collaborations.

An Exceptional Partnership: Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
20 Jan 2015 -- It is Sunday in Chicago, a day off for Riccardo Muti. Nonetheless, there is a busy day ahead.

Insight, Passion and Perfection
16 Dec 2014 -- Daniil Trifonov returns to the Philharmonic, bringing with him an almost obsessive commitment to both composer and audience.

Power, Perfection and Natural Artistry
20 Oct 2014 -- Violinist Lisa Batiashvili’s virtuosity, curiosity, and musical passions together make her the perfect choice to be this year’s Philharmonic Artist-in-Residence.

In Pursuit of the Sublime
03 Sep 2014 -- Celebrating its fifth year, Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival seems to have hit a beautiful nerve.

Glamour and the Tramp
16 Aug 2014 -- This September the NY Philharmonic performs two contrasting programs that feature film music: one of Italian glamour, the other celebrating Charlie Chaplin’s most enduring creation.

Dream a Little Dream
30 Jul 2014 -- In September, the Kennedy Center launches the 2014–2015 season, including concerts by the National Symphony Orchestra Pops in the Concert Hall.

Your Concerts in the Parks
27 Jul 2014 -- Tens of thousands flock together each year to enjoy the New York Philharmonic perform in New York City parks — with all listeners bringing their own bespoke traditions.

Mostly Mozart Festival 2014
13 May 2014 -- On July 25 and 26, Lincoln Center’s 48th annual Mostly Mozart Festival will kick off with two free, outdoor concerts of the world premiere of a work by American composer John Luther Adams.

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