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    Our "local" Orquesta Sinfonica de Cancun will be playing an all Mozart program next Friday in the Teatro de Cancun next to the ocean. Programmed are the Piano Concerto No 21 and Symphony No 41, Jupiter. It is conducted by Marc Moncusí with Isabel Ladrón on the piano.

    Hopefully I am up to the 1+ hour drive, especially to get back at night.


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    Countertenor Valer Sabadus, Sydney, August 25. Singing Vivaldi, Hasse, and Porpora.

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    Within it's 2 week period, there is no BETTER series of classical music concerts, than Spoleto's, anywhere; Charleston is such a charming, friendly city, anyway!

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    Just got tickets for Stravinsky's Firebird Suite, Prokofiev's 4th symphony, and Ravel's G major piano concerto on Saturday

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    Two world-class SQ cycles beginning in the fall of 2019, both at the 92nd Street Y in NYC.

    The Borodin Quartet will kick off a complete cycle of the Shostakovich String Quartets, which will be played in five concerts over two years: https://www.92y.org/event/borodin-quartet

    Meanwhile the Takàcs Quartet presents a 2-concert cycle of the Bartók quartets: https://www.92y.org/event/takacs-quartet, https://www.92y.org/event/takacs-quartet-ii

    Difficult to imagine better ensembles to present these two oeuvres.
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    The day after tomorrow my job will take me to Amsterdam, home of the supposedly best concert hall in the world - The Royal Concertgebouw. By a happy coincidence, one of my favorite symphonies - Bruckner's 7th is on the programm for the night. Between the arrival of my train to Amsterdam Centraal and the start of the concert is only 1 hour, but I think I will make it.

    If any of our Dutch members will be there on Friday and see among all the evening gowns and tuxedos a gal in a blue German Rail uniform in the audience - that will be me
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    I'll go to Miskolc for free exam concerts in the next 2 days (William Tell overture, Capriccio sinfonico, Romeo and Juliet overture-fantasy & Franck's Symphony/Mozart's Symphony No. 41, Prelude and Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde, Dvořák's 9th).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiegendesLicht View Post
    The day after tomorrow my job will take me to Amsterdam, home of the supposedly best concert hall in the world - The Royal Concertgebouw. By a happy coincidence, one of my favorite symphonies - Bruckner's 7th is on the programm for the night. Between the arrival of my train to Amsterdam Centraal and the start of the concert is only 1 hour, but I think I will make it.

    If any of our Dutch members will be there on Friday and see among all the evening gowns and tuxedos a gal in a blue German Rail uniform in the audience - that will be me
    Enjoy your stay in Amsterdam and let the concert hall embrace you when you enter

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    Verdi's Requiem, on July 10th, I get the ticked from my mother as a birthday gift this year, my actually birthday date is July 7th but its not the only gift I get so I don't mind waiting for three days.

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    free concerts in June:
    19th Cleveland Youth Orchestra (Adams: The Chairman Dances/Bartók: Dance Suite/Brahms: Symphony No. 2)
    20th conductor exam in Liszt Academy with Győr Philharmonic Orchestra (Beethoven's 7th, La bohème excerpts)
    23th two organ diploma concerts in Liszt Academy (with Fantasia & Fugue in G Minor & Liszt's Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral Ad nos, ad salutarem undam)
    27th Marin Symphony Youth Orchestra (WALLACE: Freedom March/BRAHMS: Hungarian Dances 1, 5, 6/L'Arlésienne Suite No. 1./DVOŘAK: Slavonic Dance No. 8/SMETANA: Die Moldau/GERSHWIN: An American in Paris)
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    Quote Originally Posted by newyorkconversation View Post
    Two world-class SQ cycles beginning in the fall of 2019, both at the 92nd Street Y in NYC.

    The Borodin Quartet will kick off a complete cycle of the Shostakovich String Quartets, which will be played in five concerts over two years: https://www.92y.org/event/borodin-quartet

    Meanwhile the Takàcs Quartet presents a 2-concert cycle of the Bartók quartets: https://www.92y.org/event/takacs-quartet, https://www.92y.org/event/takacs-quartet-ii

    Difficult to imagine better ensembles to present these two oeuvres.
    Jealous! Definitely sure to be some mesmerizing experiences.

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    Last week I learned that the Trinity College Choir, Cambridge directed by Stephen Layton will be performing on Monday, 9/9/19 at the Trinity Episcopal Church in New Haven, CT. That's just under 2 hours from where I live and in an area which I am completely familiar with. The concert is being organized by the Yale Glee Club and is being advertised as follows:

    GUEST ENSEMBLE - The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
    The world-renowned Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, under the direction of Stephen Layton, will perform at Trinity Church on the Green as part of their tour of the US. The performance will include works by Byrd, Tallis, Purcell, Howells, Pärt, Tavener, Lauridsen, and Ešenvalds.

    Presented at 7:30 on 9/9/19 with
    Trinity Church on the Green
    230 Temple Street
    New Haven, CT 06511

    The concert is free and open to all.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Diocesan Boys’ School Symphony Orchestra will play after a local youth orchestra on July 18 in Vigadó (Budapest). (can't wait for Strauss' Don Juan.) I'll also get my ticket for Dohnanyi Academy’s Concert.

    Uriah Heep in Mezőkövesd on July 20.

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    We can't go to this now we've moved, but we've heard them before, we love their sound, and the venue is fab.
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    September 22nd-the ballet Giselle, I got a ticket in a good seat I'm taking a day off everything and going to Tel-Aviv to watch it.
    December 22nd-the ballet Cinderella, tickets aren't out yet but I'll get one as soon as possible; a gift from God! One of my favorites and only about 15 minutes drive from my flat!
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