Chamber Music Society of Minnesota welcomes back in a program honoring the late Judy Dayton with works by Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, a premiere by Steve Heitzeg (a Continental Harmony composer and […]
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Composed by native Clevelander Katia Bolotin, Ariel’s Light evokes the mystical beauty of the ancient city of Jerusalem. Its intermingling musical themes express humanity’s hope and yearning to actualize an […]
After twenty months sharing chamber music on digital platforms, Emerald City Music, the Pacific Northwest home for eclectic, intimate, and vibrant classical chamber music experiences. presents What You Are To Me, the first Mainstage program in its sixth season. The program includes Martinu’s Variations on a Theme of Rossini, H. 290 for Cello and Piano […]
We usually try to ignore latency (the delay between live sound and transmitted sound) in virtual concerts…but what if it’s an integral part of the music? Join American Composers Orchestra and Groupmuse Foundation for a hybrid in-person and virtual concert featuring works by two composers who experiment with latency and technology in their music, and three interactive works through which we […]