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Symphonicity to perform local composer’s work featuring Civil War-era poems by women

The Virginia-based orchestra Symphonicity will perform We That Wait, an orchestral song cycle by local composer Rich Moriarty based on poems from the American Civil War written by women,...

February 14, 2020

Springfield Symphony’s photo-themed American program

Missouri’s Springfield Symphony Orchestra will perform works by Aaron Copland, Chris Brubeck, and Michael Torke on its “American Pictures” concert on February 15 at Juanita K. Hammons Hall for...

February 13, 2020

NJSO 2020-21 season: Beethoven, Sorey, multi-composer horn concerto, “Gershwin and the Sounds of America”

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-21 opening program will recreate the December 8, 1813 concert that featured the world premieres of Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony and Wellington’s Victory, paired with...

February 12, 2020

Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra heads to the planetarium

California’s Modesto Symphony Youth Orchestra will perform at Modesto Junior College Great Valley Museum and Planetarium for a February 15 event entitled “Music Aligns with the Stars.” The concert...

February 11, 2020

Cliburn receives more than 200 applicants for 2020 amateur competition

The Cliburn organization reports that 205 pianists from 32 countries have submitted applications for the eighth Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition, which will take place in Fort Worth, Texas...

February 10, 2020

LACO to perform Clara Schumann-themed “Burn My Letters”

On February 7, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra will perform the U.S. premiere of Burn My Letters: Remembering Clara by Swedish composer Albert Schnelzer, inspired by the life and...

February 7, 2020

Minnesota Orchestra launches “Sam and Sarah,” successor series to “Inside the Classics”

On February 7 in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Orchestra will perform the first concert of its Sam and Sarah series of concerts that include curated conversation and musical examples, in...

February 6, 2020

Oregon Symphony to premiere Gabriella Smith’s “Bioluminescence Chaconne”

The Oregon Symphony will perform the world premiere of Gabriella Smith’s Bioluminescence Chaconne on its February 7-10 concerts in Salem and Portland, Oregon, led by Music Director Carlos Kalmar....

February 5, 2020

Winston-Salem’s “Beethoven Rocks” citywide initiative in 2020

In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, a year-long, citywide initiative called “Beethoven Rocks” is marking Beethoven’s 250th birthday throughout 2020 with multiple events. The initiative, involving approximately 30 area arts groups,...

February 4, 2020

Lubbock Symphony’s “SOUND!” chamber series: Jolley, Joplin, Little, Nancarrow, Sparr, Theofanidis

On February 4, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra in Texas will present a multimedia concert at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) Icehouse, featuring a range of...

February 3, 2020