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Symphony Tacoma to perform world premiere of David Ludwig’s “The Bleeding Pines”

On March 26, Symphony Tacoma will perform the world premiere of David Ludwig’s The Bleeding Pines on a concert also featuring Beethoven’s Fantasy for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra (“Choral...

March 24, 2022

Charlotte Symphony adds digital archive

As part of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra’s 90th-birthday celebrations this year, the orchestra is creating a free virtual archive showcasing items from its history, including original handwritten scores, photos,...

March 23, 2022

Orchestra 2001 recognized for “Emerging Markets” neighborhood series during the pandemic

The Philadelphia-based ensemble Orchestra 2001 is one of three recipients of the city’s 2022 Arts + Business Council Awards honoring impactful collaborations between organizations and business. Orchestra 2001 received...

March 22, 2022

Classical Movements to present “Concert for Ukraine,” March 22

Classical Movements will open its spring season with a pair of March 22 chamber-music concerts at the Rectory in Alexandria, Virginia dedicated to the people of Ukraine. Concerts at...

March 21, 2022

Illinois Philharmonic unveils Marilynn Tannenbaum Youth Music Education Institute

The Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra has announced a new music education institute named after a longtime supporter of the orchestra, Marilynn Tannenbaum. The Marilynn Tannenbaum Youth Music Education Institute will...

March 18, 2022

New Haven Symphony’s 2022-23 residency at Southern Connecticut State University

The New Haven Symphony Orchestra has announced that it will be in residence at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven for the 2022-23 academic year. The residency will...

March 17, 2022

Wheeling Symphony receives state award for resiliency in the arts

West Virginia’s Wheeling Symphony Orchestra was presented with the West Virginia Governor’s Award for Resiliency in the Arts at a ceremony on March 1 at the Culture Center, State...

March 16, 2022

Eugene Symphony to perform Carlos Izcaray’s new work about immigration

The Eugene Symphony will perform the West Coast premiere of guest conductor Carlos Izcaray’s Under the Shadows, An Immigrant’s Journey on its March 17 concert at the Hult Center...

March 15, 2022

Harrisburg Symphony to return to Forum Auditorium in October 2022

Pennsylvania’s Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra has announced that it will return to the Forum Auditorium with the start of the 2022-23 in October. The orchestra has been performing in the...

March 14, 2022

South Bend Symphony symposium/book club to address lack of diversity in orchestral repertoire

Indiana’s South Bend Symphony Orchestra and St. Joseph Public Library are partnering to host a three-week book club symposium addressing the lack of diversity in orchestral repertoire using Dvořák’s...

March 11, 2022