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CT Dance School Performance at Westport Country Playhouse, Cameron Carpenter in Goldberg Variations at Saugatuck Congregational Church and more!

Saturday March 12, 12:00 p.m. Opening Saturdays at noon, this exhibit is a partnership with the Ridgefield Historical Society. Celebrating the Society’s 20th anniversary in its current home by featuring an exhibit inspired by Ridgefield’s past, the exhibit will be on view through April 2. Celebrate Women’s History Month at …

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Icons from country music to comic books – what’s happening in Dublin this week

Country music, comic book mania and a local comedy superstar in the making. Check out our top picks for the week ahead in Dublin. Country to Country 2022, 3Arena Europe’s biggest country music festival returns to Dublin this weekend, with North Carolina chart leader Luke Combs, Hootie & the Blowfish …

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UW-Parkside Wind Ensemble, community band in concert | Entertainment

What: UW-Parkside Wind Ensemble and Community Band Concert When: 7 p.m. Thursday March 10 Or: Bedford Concert Hall on the west side of campus, 900 Wood Road in Somers Tickets: $10 for adults and $5 for seniors, available online at uwp.edu/therita To note: Seating is limited and socially distanced. Masks …

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12 Ensemble at the Cambridge Music Festival.

The Cambridge Spring Music Festival’s first concert, ‘Death & the Maiden’, took place at the West Road Concert Hall on Monday evening and featured the acclaimed, unconducted 12 Ensemble, a group of super talented young string players whose repertoire typically combines both historical and modern works. Monday’s program was no …

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🌱 Red Bull Switchboard Event + Skandia Mobile Country Club News

Happy Saturday, people of Huntington Beach; today is National Cheese Doodle Day! Here’s everything you need to know to start today on an informed note, okay? For example, today’s cheap gasoline tip is Costco at 7562 Center Avenue at $4.49 a gallon. Surf and snow are a challenge some athletes …

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Symphony Expands Educational Offering with Youth Wind Ensemble | Entertainment

San Bernardino Symphony Youth Wind Ensemble (SBSYWE) is a new music education initiative of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra providing a stimulating and creative environment where young musicians can grow musically and holistically through performance. SBSYWE is an Aeolian Symphony for woodwind, brass and percussion students ages 14-21 from the …

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Every country visited by Timothy Dalton’s 007

While most James Bond actors stick around for at least four or five films, Timothy Dalton only played Bond in two films: Living daylights and License to kill. It would be Bond’s shortest acting tenure if it weren’t for George Lazenby, who only did one. RELATED: Every Country Sean Connery’s …

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A concert of three returning ensembles at the SUNY Fredonia Choral Festival | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Students, with accompanist I-Fei Chen, rehearsing on stage at the King Concert Hall during the 2020 Choral Festival. The return of an in-person concert at King Concert Hall featuring three Fredonia State University student ensembles will highlight the School of Music’s 11th Choral Festival …

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National Symphony Orchestra: Music by Philip Glass based on music by David Bowie and Brian Eno

National Symphony OrchestraDavid Brophy, conductorPresented by Paul Herriott, TEN lyrical fm Music by Philip Glass based on music by David Bowie and Brian Eno Symphony No. 1 “Bass”Symphony No. 4 “Heroes” Turning 85 last month, Philip Glass, the father of minimalism, is one of the most influential composers of his …

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LGBT Country Music Pioneer Lavender Country Hosts Spring Concert in Tampa | Show Previews | Tampa

Click to enlarge Photo via Drag City Patrick Haggerty from Lavender Country In the 1970s, the country group Lavender Country was always overshadowed by Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Conway Twitty. Although the group’s self-titled debut album – famously centered on homosexuality – is nothing short of a masterpiece, it …

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A concert of three returning ensembles at the Fredonia Choral Festival

Students, with accompanist I-Fei Chen, rehearsing on stage at the King Concert Hall during the 2020 Choral Festival. The return of an in-person concert at the King Concert Hall featuring three student ensembles at SUNY Fredonia will highlight the School of Music’s 11th Annual Choral Festival on Saturday, February 19 …

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The Johann Strauss Ensemble brings Viennese waltzes to Athens for Christmas

ATHENS – The Friends of the Music Society have announced that the next annual Christmas concerts at the Megaron-Athens concert hall will begin with the Johann Strauss ensemble performing Viennese waltzes, bringing the festive music from Vienna to Athens on Saturday 11 December at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday December 12 …

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Viennese Waltzes by the Johann Strauss Ensemble at Christmas in Athens

The magical Christmas atmosphere becomes more festive with the scent of Vienna music! Christmas is coming and its annual concerts established Johann Strauss Ensemble will reopen the festive curtain of the days at the Athens concert hall! The charismatic leader Russell mcgregor and the exceptional soloists of the Johann Strauss …

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During the replay of the Eight Horn Ensemble in Tokyo, Martin Audio LE100 attends

With Nobuaki Fukukawa, a classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall. He is also a principal actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a major name in the orchestral world, one of the most active horn players in the world. Layered up, in this recent …

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Legendary Phoenix Country Bar, Mr. Lucky’s, Has New Owner

The property that once housed the long-missing Phoenix country bar Mr. Lucky’s is set to be sold to a new owner, according to Arizona-based commercial real estate broker NAI Horizon. Mark Wilcke, executive vice president of NAI Horizon, said Phoenix New Times the company made an agreement with an unidentified …

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Christmas concerts across the country feature Hawksley Workman, Andy Kim and all the messiahs you can handle

Jackie Richardson will perform with the Art of Time Ensemble at Koerner Hall in Toronto on December 9.John Lauener / Document Considering that most of the holiday concerts a year ago were virtual-only performances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a return to in-person shows this year deserves all the hark, …

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Martin Audio LE100 participates in the reproduction of an eight-horn ensemble in Tokyo

A classical concert took place recently at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall, with Nobuaki Fukukawa. One of the most active horn players in the world, he is also the main player in the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a major name in the orchestral world. In this recent recital, Fukukawa …

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Start over with breathless silence – lake country calendar

Good year! No, I have not been transported to a distant sci-fi planet – this coming Sunday is the start of the liturgical year for the Christian church in the Western world. To be more precise, it is the first Sunday of Advent, the period leading up to Christmas. Advent …

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Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble – rAVe [PUBS]

A classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall, with Nobuaki Fukukawa. One of the most active horn players in the world, he is also the main actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a big name in the orchestral world. At this recent recital, Mr. …

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Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble

Martin Audio LE100 helps reproduce an eight-horn ensemble Japan – A classical concert recently took place at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall, with Nobuaki Fukukawa. One of the most active horn players in the world, he is also the main actor of the NHK Symphony Orchestra and a big …

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MANIC MONDAY | Violinist Malin Broman becomes her own ensemble

Broman, concertmaster of the Swedish Radio Symphony, came to Britta Bystrom with the idea of ​​a room in which she could “play with herself”. Byström immediately thought of Virginia Woolf’s 1929 in-depth essay “A Room of One’s Own”. Woolf’s essay focuses on the intimacy women need to write literature. Part …

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Classic South Florida Review “” Frost Wind Ensemble Delivers Colgrass Epic with “Winds of Nagual”

Robert Caronchan conducted the Frost Wind Ensemble in Michael Colgrass’ play Nagual Winds Sunday at the UM Gusman concert hall. For nearly five decades, Michael Colgrass (1932-2019) has created a large and diverse body of work. The American-born Canadian composer was particularly acclaimed for his wind ensemble scores. In 1985 …

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The winner of the Concerto Competition will perform with the Wind Ensemble

The Wind Ensemble rehearses in the Robert and Marilyn Maytum rehearsal room (photo by Benjamin Kohn). Exciting music and performances by soloists will highlight the final concert of the SUNY Fredonia Wind Ensemble’s fall semester, Wednesday, November 17 at 8 p.m. at the King Concert Hall. Dr. Paula Holcomb and …

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A concert like no other: Music for All by the Symphony Orchestra offers an interactive experience – News

Illinois State Senior Alex Hibbard-Brown has been playing cello with the Illinois State Symphony Orchestra since his first year. Although each school year the orchestra performs six cycles of concerts and plays some of the most difficult music in the orchestral repertoire, its favorite performance is the annual Musique pour …

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The voice of pain from a country in the spotlight of the WSO

Much has changed for Winnipeg country singer Don Amero since last March, when he was scheduled to perform for the first time with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. CONCERT OVERVIEW Click to enlarge Don Amero with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra• Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m .; Sunday, 2 p.m.• Centenary concert …

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Fredonia Wind Ensemble returns to live performances

Music composed by Leonard Bernstein for “West Side Story” featuring “Lincolnshire Posy,” considered Percy Grainger’s masterpiece for wind orchestra, will highlight the Fredonia Wind Ensemble concert on Saturday, October 16 at 8 p.m. at the King Concert Hall. This will be the ensemble’s first public concert since March 2, 2019. …

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Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor Andris Nelsons reflects on the return of live music

BOSTON – For the first time in 18 months, the Boston Symphony Orchestra returns to the stage in front of an audience. The new season of BSO at Symphony Hall in Boston began Thursday evening and will end in April 2022. Earlier this week, BSO Music Director and Conductor Andris …

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The chefless ensemble A Far Cry is still wooing the unknown, perhaps more than ever in its 15th season

However, what struck Fortes about the question of normality was the fact that the AFC was founded, in its own words, “to try to eliminate the concept of normality in classical music.” We have constantly challenged ourselves to reinvent ourselves. So it may have been easier for AFC to adapt …

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Irish Chamber Orchestra with The Libra Ensemble & Finghin Collins, Piano

Irish chamber orchestraThe Balance SetFinghin Collins, piano Schumann Träumerei from Kinderszenen Op. 15Tchaikovsky Waltz from Serenade for Strings in C MajorGrieg Air by Holberg Suite for stringsGrieg Prelude from Holberg SuiteMozart Concerto K. 414 in A majorDeirdre Gribbin Anfa Virga from the Ros tapestry suiteChopin Scherzo n ° 2 op. …

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Bramwell Tovey, Sarasota Orchestra, Sarasota Music Director | Sarasota

The Sarasota Orchestra has named Bramwell Tovey the sixth musical director in the organization’s 72-year history. He replaces Anu Tali, who held the post for six years before leaving in April 2019. Tovey is a Grammy and Juno winner with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, where he has served since 2000. …

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NYC FREE Little Island Festival Features International Contemporary Ensemble and Tyshawn Sorey

On Thursday August 19, 2021 at 7:30 p.m., the pioneer International Contemporary Ensemble and composer and multi-instrumentalist Tyshawn Sorey will be presented as part of NYC FREE, a unique new multidisciplinary festival in Small island. The Ensemble and Sorey will perform the composer’s 45-minute Autoschédiasmes. First presented at the Ojai …

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Orion Ensemble returns to in-person performance and continues live streaming for 2021-2022 season

The Orion Ensemble returns to in-person performances, while continuing live streaming to reach even more chamber music fans, in its 29th season, with four concert programs at four venues. Guest violinist/violist Stephen Boe and guest violist Roger Chase join the widely acclaimed musical talent of Orion’s core members – clarinetist …

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WA Charity Orchestra’s music of the spheres at the concert hall explores themes of space

Gustav Holst’s Planets suite proved its enduring charm in WA Charity Orchestra’s Music of the Spheres at the Concert Hall on Saturday, bringing out the best of the ensemble amid a program rich in film scores. From the first frenzy in stentor strings and horns to the majestic central anthem …

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Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Lio Kuokman and cellist Trey Lee to present a program celebrating Hong Kong’s vibrant culture

The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will participate in Hong Kong Week 2021 @ Guangzhou, hosted by the Department of Recreation and Cultural Services (LCSD) of the Hong Kong SAR government. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, this year’s Hong Kong Week 2021 @ Guangzhou combined on-site and online formats …

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RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra – music for a summer night

RTÉ’s National Symphony Orchestra and a host of Irish soloists present a summer season of concerts live from the stage of the National Concert Hall. Watch above from 7pm and download your digital program here. Better known as one of the great French composers of opera and religious music, the …

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Kellen Gray, Conductor Finalist of the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra

The Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra (NFSO) will celebrate its 35th season next year with a new conductor. Jeanette Shires, director of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, and the orchestra committee narrowed it down to four finalists. Each will be spending a week in Northwest Florida this season and conducting a …

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WHO IS WHO | Ontario Pops conductor Carlos Bastidas to lead the Cairo Symphony Orchestra in 2021

Ontario Pops Orchestra conductor Carlos Bastidas (Photo courtesy of the artist) Colombian Canadian Carlos Bastidas is artistic director, founder and conductor of the Ontario Pops Orchestra (OPO) in Etobicoke and was invited to conduct the Cairo Symphony Orchestra in Egypt in March 2021, and the Matanzas Symphony Orchestra in Cuba …

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WA Symphony Orchestra Ensemble Edition celebrates Spirit of America on Independence Day at the Perth Concert Hall

WASO goes American on the eve of Independence Day, Friday July 3, with the latest in its Ensemble Edition series being broadcast live from the Perth Concert Hall stage. Dvorak’s No. 12 String Quartet The American features violinists Kathryn Lee and Kate Sullivan, Alex Brogan on viola and Eve Silver …

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Sparkling solos lead the WA Symphony Orchestra’s Ensemble Edition at the Perth Concert Hall

Two of the WA Symphony Orchestra’s best-known conductors take the lead with scintillating solos in the third week of Ensemble Edition recitals on the Perth Concert Hall stage this Friday. The solo horn David Evans is first with the Horn quintet of the Viennese classical master Mozart in E flat …

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Ulster conductor pleads for arts bailout after lockdown

The Ulster Orchestra conductor urged the government to develop a long-term strategy to help the arts survive after the lockdown. aniele Rustioni signed a letter to The Times along with nine other great conductors. Others on the list include Martyn Brabbins, Music Director of the English National Opera; Sir Mark …

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Meet the genius kid who became the world’s youngest conductor at 11

At only 11 years old, Matthew Smith could play four instruments. He could play guitar, drums, piano and viola. But what put the music prodigy in the limelight was when he conducted the performance of the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra by Johann Strauss. Die Fledermaus in April 2017. It made him …

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The Oscars will feature a female conductor for the first time in history

24 January 2020, 11:49 | Updated: February 10, 2020, 12:52 PM Eímear Noone to conduct the 42-piece Oscar orchestra. Photo: Steve Humphreys Irish-born composer-conductor and Classic FM presenter Eímear Noone will make history as he conducts the orchestra at the 92nd Academy Awards. A woman will conduct the Oscars for …

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The Oscars will feature a female conductor for the first time

A woman will conduct the Oscars for the first time on Sunday, February 9, the Academy announced today. Irish-born composer and conductor Eímear Noone will conduct excerpts from the five nominated scores. She is the first woman to lead the orchestra in the history of television awards, the Academy said. …

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The conductor of the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra concludes 12 years of music – Greeley Tribune

Glen Cortese, Music Director and Conductor of the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, conducts a show. Cortese resigned from the orchestra in April after 12 years. (For the Tribune / Alyson Agemy) Glen Cortese has come a long way during his 12 years as Music Director and Conductor of the Greeley Philharmonic …

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Exit interview: Anu Tali, musical director of the Sarasota Orchestra leaving

This month marks the Sarasota Orchestra The last turn of the musical director Anu Tali at the head of the musicians of the orchestra before retiring to pursue her international career. (Fittingly, the Masterworks concerts she conducts on April 5, 6 and 7 feature Schoenberg Peace on earth and Beethoven’s …

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Stilian Kirov to audition for the post of Music Director of the South Bend Symphony Orchestra

Andrew S. Hughes Stilian Kirov started his career as a pianist, not as a conductor. But one day, during a rehearsal break with an orchestra in his native Bulgaria which had hired him as guest soloist, he left his piano and approached the conductor’s podium. “(I) hit the stick,” he …

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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra conductor kicked out of concert hall for carrying his daughter’s violin case | Item

Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in Texas, described being forced out of his own concert hall by security guards because he was wearing his daughter’s violin case . The conductor posted a video on his Facebook page following the incident at Bass Hall, which took place …

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Bag Policy Forces Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Bass Hall Conductor – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A social media post by the conductor of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra on Sunday angered the North Texas arts community after he was kept away from Bass Performance Hall during the representation of his daughter. Miguel Harth-Bedoya posted a video about his professional Facebook page standing outside the front …

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Knoxville Symphony Orchestra music director Aram Demirjian lands in his place

At no point in his life before applying for the job, Aram Demirjian probably imagined himself as artistic director of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. “I never ended up being where I thought I was, but I ended up being where I was supposed to be,” Demirjian says over coffee at …

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Prodigy of just 11 is our youngest conductor

Only 11-year-old prodigy who is our youngest conductor: Schoolboy leaves audiences thrilled after leading 75 musicians in a flawless performance Matthew Smith conducted a 75-person orchestra at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham He conducted Johann Strauss’s operetta Die Fledermaus entirely from memory The nine-minute performance left the audience of …

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Child prodigy to become world’s youngest conductor – VIBE.com

Mathew Smith, an 11-year-old British music prodigy, is set to become the youngest conductor in the world to lead a 75-piece orchestra. On April 2, Smith will conduct the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra’s performance of John Strauss’s “Die Fledermaus” at the Royal Concert Hall in London. To prepare, Smith rehearses once …

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11-year-old British child prodigy to become world’s youngest conductor

Super talented Matthew Smith is a 5th grade standard violinist and also plays guitar, drums, piano and viola. Incredibly, he will take the lead when the Nottingham Symphony Orchestra (NSO) performs Die Fledermaus at the city’s Royal Concert Hall on April 2. The concert will make Matthew the youngest conductor …

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What does a conductor do?

TAMPA The young man raised his hands, one of which held a stick, and lowered them. A grand piano took off like a racehorse struck with a whip, the pianist snapping the chords of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.6, better known as Pathethics. She and Jeancarlo Gonzalez, a graduate student in conducting …

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Symphony conductor Jonathan Girard has revived music banned by the Nazis

For the first time since 1933, the sound of the symphonic poem by Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmán Endre and Johanna filled a concert hall on March 11 at UBC. It was Jonathan Girard, the conductor of the Symphony Orchestra, who revived the piece by the Jewish composer whose music had …

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Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s new conductor Andrew Litton is a modern maestro – The Denver Post

If Denver loved classical music as it loves football, Andrew Litton would be the next Peyton Manning. The two men are leaders in their field, national figures brought to play with the home team. Each brings a considerable fan base. Of course, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s new artistic conductor doesn’t …

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