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    This Sunday I will watch an action movie and roam with family. It is my pleasure time.

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    Budapest Festival Orchestra's Mahler concert -Kindertotenlieder/Sympnony No. 5- tomorrow in Müpa with Iván Fischer & Gerhild Romberger. After it I'll go to Liszt Academy to hear Mendelssohn's SQ No. 6 and Bartók's SQ No. 2 in a free concert. The original program included Schubert's Death and the Maiden, but they changed it.

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    I just bought myself subscriptions for the 20-21 season. One at Carnegie Hall, one at Lincoln Center.

    (how lucky am I to be a New Yorker!)

    I'll be seeing Beatrice Rana, Yuja Wang, Joshua Bell, Hilary Hahn, Jordi Savall ....

    7 performances in total

    very excited
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    where can I find the exact program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by perempe View Post
    where can I find the exact program?
    Here is the one subscription for Carnegie Hall.

    https://www.carnegiehall.org/subscri...negie-classics


    The other subscription I picked 4 concerts on my own rather than one of the curated packages so I'll need to find each show and link you.
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    tomorrow I'll attend a piano accompanist DLA concert to hear Franks's and Brahms' violin sonata. students of Liszt Academy & the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance will play together from 7PM in Liszt Academy, can't wait to hear Introduction and Allegro, Fauré's PQ and Chant de Linos. both concerts will be free.
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    Spur-of-the-moment, impetuous spending decision: snagged one of the few remaining seats for a MN Orchestra concert of Russian music next week. Kirill Gerstein will be playing one of my favorite piano concerti - the Rach 2nd - followed by Juanjo Mena conducting Shostakovich's Leningrad. I couldn't resist this one. I've heard that the Shostakovich is a true event that is best heard live. Will make sure to report back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allegro Con Brio View Post
    Spur-of-the-moment, impetuous spending decision: snagged one of the few remaining seats for a MN Orchestra concert of Russian music next week. Kirill Gerstein will be playing one of my favorite piano concerti - the Rach 2nd - followed by Juanjo Mena conducting Shostakovich's Leningrad. I couldn't resist this one. I've heard that the Shostakovich is a true event that is best heard live. Will make sure to report back!
    ...and this has been canceled due to You Know What. Sigh. Unlike other worrisome world events, we can't seek respite from this through things that bring us together: sports, social gatherings, concerts. Concerning times. I guess I'll recreate the concert at home with my hi-fi headphones. Probably better than being squeezed in a cheap seat anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe B View Post
    I just purchased tickets to see Isabel Leonard (mezzo-soprano) perform at Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Connecticut on April 15, 2020. I got tickets for my wife and I: front row just 2 seats left of center.



    edit: That week is April vacation, so I've got the whole week off, and UCONN is only 45 minutes from home.
    Cancelled! Another victim of the coronavirus.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sctraffic2 View Post
    This Sunday I will watch an action movie and roam with family. It is my pleasure time.
    Anything after that?
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    MAJOR MAHLER CYCLE PLANNED FOR MAY 2021
    By Norman Lebrecht


    On March 23, 2020
    While the Concertgebouw’s Mahler cycle in May 2020 is looking increasingly unlikely,


    the Leipzig Gewandhaus today announced a full symphonic cycle for May 2021.

    Ten international orchestras will be involved.
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