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It’s hard to think of a more appropriate work for Toronto this February than A Winter Journey although one could make a good case for… 214 more words

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Schubert: Symphony No. 9: First movement

Since you all seemed to enjoy that last one, here’s the second half of the first movement of Schubert’s Ninth Symphony as performed by the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Herbert von Karajan.

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Concert review: Maria Joao Pires & Pavel Kolesnikov at Wigmore Hall

Teacher and pupil took the stage at London’s Wigmore Hall on Friday 20th February in a joint concert by Maria João Pires and Pavel Kolesnikov featuring late works by Schubert and Beethoven, and Schumann’s love letter in music to Clara Wieck, the Fantasy in C, Opus 17. 131 more words

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Now that the shouting and celebrating over San Remo over, it’s back to work for The Guys.  710 more words

Il Volo Professional

Open Mics?

This week I went on a bit of a mini-tour of some open mic sessions, performing with Jacqui Sampson as our new folk ‘band’ The Wildest Way… 719 more words


Schubert, Strauss and Dvořák

Thursday 19th February 2015 at 2.15pm

Symphony Hall, Birmingham +44 (0)121 345 0600

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Andris Nelsons  conductor
Elspeth Dutch  horn

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Gryphon Trio - February 26, 2015 concert

By guest contributor Julie Berridge

On February 26 the Gryphon Trio brings us music from a prolific composer of music’s classical period – Haydn, born in 1732; Franz Peter Schubert born in 1797; some very young composers from the Claude Watson program at Earl Haig Secondary School, and Dinuk Wijeratne, a Sri Lankan born, Dubai raised, Canadian based composer, conductor and pianist. 443 more words

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