01/16/2020

Puerto Rico Symphony and island’s other cultural groups offer help in aftermath of earthquake

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“Cultural organizations in Puerto Rico are mobilizing efforts in response to the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that rocked the island on January 7, sending aftershocks and temblors that have continued...

January 16, 2020

Gustavo Dudamel to remain LA Phil’s music director through 2025-26

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“Bravo, Gustavo. That is the message from the board of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, which on Wednesday said it had extended the contract of music and artistic director Gustavo...

January 16, 2020

West Virginia Symphony, at 80, looking backward and forward

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“On Nov. 14, 1939, musicians gathered at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium for the first concert as the Charleston Civic Orchestra,” writes Kailee E. Gallahan in Monday’s (1/13) State Journal...

January 16, 2020

Salisbury Symphony gets local with “Come, Hear North Carolina” program

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“The Salisbury Symphony Orchestra will premiere a new work by North Carolina composer Marc Hoffman” on January 26, writes David Whisenant on Tuesday (1/14) at WBTV in Charlotte, N.C....

January 16, 2020

Review: Anchorage Symphony in music for Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton films, arranged by orchestra’s bass clarinetist

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“Anchorage audiences love movies. Anchorage audiences love their Anchorage Symphony Orchestra. Combine the two, and you’re in for a lively night at the theater,” writes Colin Roshak in Tuesday’s...

January 16, 2020

Chicago Sinfonietta’s MLK concerts: “Seven Last Words of the Unarmed,” Mahler, songs and spirituals

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The Chicago Sinfonietta’s January 19 and 20 concerts in Chicago and Naperville, paying tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., will feature the Chicago premiere of Joel Thompson’s The Seven...

January 16, 2020

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