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Orchestra of Southern Utah to perform program honoring veterans and marking Cedar City’s 170th anniversary

On November 11, the Orchestra of Southern Utah, based in Cedar City, Utah, will partner with the Cedar City Historical Committee to mark the city’s 170th birthday and Veterans...

November 8, 2021

Nine music director finalists for Spartanburg Philharmonic

South Carolina’s Spartanburg Philharmonic has announced nine finalists for music director. They are Antoine T. Clark, John Young Shik Concklin, Kelly Corcoran, Kayoko Dan, Nadege Foofat, Jacob Joyce, Geneviève...

November 5, 2021

Garden State Philharmonic to feature women composers, past and present

The Garden State Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a program of music by living and historical women composers on its November 7 program at the Spring Lake Community Theatre in...

November 4, 2021

San Luis Obispo Symphony concert to feature American composers

The San Luis Obispo Symphony will perform an American-themed concert on November 13, led by Music Director Andrew Sewell. The “American Showcase” program will include the third movement of...

November 3, 2021

New Jersey Youth Symphony’s “An American Salute” concert, honoring veterans

On November 7, the New Jersey Youth Symphony will present a concert of music by American composers for the organization’s season-opening program at the Patriots Theater at the War...

November 2, 2021

Young Concert Artists announces 2021 audition winners

Young Concert Artists has announced four winners of its 2021 YCA Susan Wadsworth International Auditions. They are violinist Lun Li, pianist Harmony Zhu, pianist Ying Li, and tenor Daniel...

November 1, 2021

Celebrity Series of Boston: newly commissioned quartets, multimedia “The Just and the Blind,” chamber performers

The Celebrity Series of Boston has announced details of its winter/spring 2022 programs at venues throughout Boston, which include expanded concert streaming options and the commissioning project Solo(s) Together...

October 29, 2021

Orlando Philharmonic to offer free tickets to healthcare workers, first responders, and educators

At upcoming concerts in November and January, the Orlando Philharmonic will offer free tickets for healthcare workers, first responders, and educators. On November 6, the orchestra will honor area...

October 28, 2021

PBS to air “Beethoven’s Ghost” episode, tying spirits of Beethoven and Freud

“Beethoven’s Ghost,” a new episode of Great Performances’ Now Hear This program hosted by violinist and conductor Scott Yoo, will air on PBS stations on October 29. Interweaving documentary,...

October 27, 2021

Chelsea Symphony to premiere “Our Dear Friend” and “91919” viola concerto at “Remembrance” concerts

The New York City-based Chelsea Symphony will perform “Remembrance” concerts on October 29 and 30 featuring two works composed in remembrance of those we have lost. Tim Kiah’s new...

October 26, 2021