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Hawaiipublicradio

Classical Pacific, November 20, 2018: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven
Hawaiipublicradio
Today - a concert of music by Bach, Mozart and Beethoven - one work by each composer in each hour of Classical Pacific. I'll be choosing from symphonies, keyboard works, chamber works, overtures, and concerti. It's easy to see why these three composers ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 16:44

Scoop.co.nz

NZSO Perform Beethoven's Symphonies 1 & 9 This Weekend
Scoop.co.nz
When we consider precisely how prodigious Beethoven's musical output was - including nine symphonies, five piano concertos, a violin concerto, various piano sonatas, sixteen string quartets, a mass (Missa Solemnis), and an opera (Fidelio) - it is a ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 16:02

WRTI

Watch and Listen: Pianist Il-Su Yoon Plays Bach and Schubert Live from the WRTI Performance Studio
WRTI
Listen to Korean piano student Il-Su Yoon perform music of J.S. Bach and Schubert live from the WRTI 90.1 Performance Studio. WRTI's Kevin Gordon is host. Watch the performance on WRTI's Facebook page! Il-Su is a masters student of Dr. Carl Cranmer at ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 14:21

Martha's Vineyard Times

'The music of friends'
Martha's Vineyard Times
All four musicians join together in Mozart's “Piano Quartet, K. 493 in E♭ Major,” and once again following intermission for the dramatic “Piano Quartet, op. 25, in g minor” of Johannes Brahms, with its varied musical landscapes. From the “Allegro's ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 12:49

WDIV ClickOnDetroit

University of Michigan Life Sciences Orchestra to perform at Hill Auditorium Dec. 8
WDIV ClickOnDetroit
They will be transforming Ann Arbor into a little Vienna when they perform works composed by Richard and Johann Strauss and Johannes Brahms (arranged by Arnold Schoenberg) at Hill Auditorium on Dec. 8 at 8 p.m.. The concert is free and open to the ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 10:30

Irish Times

Switched-On Bach: How a transgender synth pioneer changed music
Irish Times
An electronic instrument playing the works of JS Bach wasn't music to everyone's ears. In 1964, inventor and engineer Bob Moog was manning his stall at an Acoustic Engineering Society (AES) convention in New York. Business wasn't brisk. His hand-made ...

Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 00:00

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