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    I have no cool concerts coming up in the future, because the concert with Andras Schiff playing Beethoven's Emperor Concerto in Copenhagen is sold out.
    "I only have a hunch in what I've become expert." - Leonard Cohen

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    London this week some new music - http://www.lpo.org.uk/whats-on-and-t...-16/01/19.html

    5 debut pieces, i'm sure i won't love them all, but i like to try something new now and again

    Arne Gieshoff Burr (world premiere)*
    Anders Hillborg Sound Atlas (world premiere)**
    Erkki-Sven Tüür Solastalgia for piccolo and orchestra (UK premiere)†
    Louis Andriessen Agamemnon (European premiere)
    Helen Grime Percussion Concerto (world premiere)††

    Oh and its Marin Alsop with the LPO!
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    In Liverpool at the end of the month
    Beethoven Violin Concerto
    Tchaikovsky Symphony No.6
    Nickolaj Znaider is soloist and conductor with the RLPO
    Listen to me when I'm talking to you boy!

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    Live Gerald Finley Masterclass at Juillard. Friday, 4 PM 25 January (This is the day after the MET Opera Broadcast w Finley as the Duke in Bartok's Duke Bluebeard's Castle on Thursday, 24 January.)

    The following is the link and info. from Finley's professional Facebook page:

    The Juilliard SchoolLikedSave the date! Renowned baritone Gerald Finley returns to Juilliard for a live-streamed master class with artists from the Marcus Institute for Vocal Arts on January 25! Get tickets to watch in-person, or tune in live: https://buff.ly/2QxGhpG.

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    The Danish String Quartet will play the full Beethoven SQ cycle next February in New York as part of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center's 50th season. https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/...ring-quartets/

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    I have tickets for the following concerts:

    February
    North Carolina Symphony
    Rene Orth: Chasing Light
    Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 with Behzod Abduraimov
    Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique

    May
    North Carolina Symphony
    The Music of Pink Floyd

    June
    Spoleto Festival USA
    chamber music - three performances - programs not announced yet
    opera - Richard Strauss: Salome
    dance - One Thousand and One Nights, Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade, Ravel's Bolero, Caracalla Dance Theatre
    physical theater - Circa

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    Michael Volle performs Bach, 20 February 2019,Theatre des Champs-Elysees

    Music in the background is beautiful. The man also has a beautiful speaking voice and a fun sense of humor!



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    The Phoenix Symphony has just announced next year's schedule. They are celebrating Beethoven's 250th with a work by him in most of the classical shows. They are also doing The Empire Strikes Back in concert. Arizona folks, please chime in if you are going to any of those.

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    Rocky - The Spoleto Fest. is so-great … hope you enjoy Salome, and the dance. Their chamber music series (at the ol' Dock Theatre) is wonderful, and always explores both the past, and the present.

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    Stephen Hough is going to play Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 this Saturday in Phoenix. It's his first time playing with the Phoenix Symphony, and I'm super excited for it! Tito Munoz is the conductor, and the other piece on the program is Strauss' Ein Heldenleben.

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    I got in the mail today the next season's schedule for my local professional orchestra. All the usual stuff. I always compose my own series of five concerts, never one of their pre chosen concert series. I'm thinking of seeing something particularly different for me in their pops concerts: Casablanca on the big screen with a live orchestra. In addition, some Manuel da Falla, Gidon Kremer, Trifonov plays the Rach 3, and Ton Koopman plays some Bach.

    Anne Sophie Mutter will be here in a June 2020. Beethoven's Violin Concerto and both Romances for Violin and orchestra. That sounds good. For a mere $1000 you can have dinner with ASM before the concert. This is a fundraiser for the orchestra. I've never seen my orchestra do this before. I'll pass on the dinner, but I'll buy concert tickets to see her perform.

    Now if I knew it was to be dinner alone with ASM in a nice quiet restaurant........................this could be the start of a beautiful friendship.
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    I made my own subscription for 19/20. I'm seeing a lot of Beethoven stuff in honor of his 250th, and I'm also going to The Empire Strikes Back live in concert.

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    I booked a season ticket for Budapest FO. there will be Pines of Rome, Dvorak's 7th, Symphonie fantastique, Schumann's 2nd, Mahler's Kindertotenlieder with his 5th, a Savall conducted concert & Simple Symphony next season.

    I plan to go to all the Hungarian RSO concerts as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 89Koechel View Post
    Rocky - The Spoleto Fest. is so-great … hope you enjoy Salome, and the dance. Their chamber music series (at the ol' Dock Theatre) is wonderful, and always explores both the past, and the present.
    So right you are! This will be my 18th year to attend, and chamber music at the Dock Street Theatre is always one of my favorites.

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    Honeck will conduct the Budapest FO next Sunday. The Force of Destiny (Overture)/Mozart's Piano Concerto in C major (K. 467)/Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 in E-minor. can't wait to hear it!
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