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    On sunday 21 april, I'm going to a Bartok concert. 3 lovely hours of Bartok's piano music, played by Levente Kende.

    http://www.concertgebouw.be/db_files..._pasbartok.pdf

    And on 31 may, I'm going to another Bartok concert, this time it's his 2nd VC. They'll also be playing the 4th symphony of Brahms and Liszts 1st Mephisto-Waltz. Performed by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Patricia Kopatchinskaja.

    http://www.concertgebouw.be/agenda_detail.php?aid=43993

    Can't wait!

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    Going to see Bach's Mass in B Minor this Friday!! (Vancouver Chamber Choir and Orchestra)

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    Just got tickets for the Staatskapelle Dresden at Carnegie Hall playing Bruckner Symphony No. 8 on April 19. I've seen the Staatskapelle Dresden before, but this will be my first visit to Carnegie Hall. Looking forward!

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    Next Tuesday, I'm going to see the Borodin Quartet play Tchaikovsky's string quartet movement in Bb and Shostakovich's SQ 3 and 5!

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    Tomorrow, at Warsaw National Philharmony:

    Lutosławski - Symphonic Variations
    Ravel - Valses nobles et sentimentales
    Poulenc - Les biches
    Stravinsky - Le sacre du printemps

    European Union Youth Orchestra - Vladimir Ashkenazy.

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    A reliable source informs me that this one promises to be a weird multimedia concert.
    I know that the piano playing will be excellent. I'll be going.
    https://www.amherst.edu/aboutamherst...nt/node/462711
    Heather W. Reichgott, piano
    http://heatherwreichgott.blogspot.com

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    Tonight at the VSO, Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Barók and Strauss.

    Let's hope the perforamance is better than the program notes. "Funky, fantastic tone poem"? "Kooky"? Who writes this stuff?

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    Atif Aslam is coming to Manchester next week.. I am so excited

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    that concert would really be going to be great as it is now the identity of every ,music lover to go and watch

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    Today a SPSO concert will be streamed for free. It will have:

    Prokofiev 1st symphony
    Mozart 5th violin concerto
    Dvorak 8th

    It can be watched on: http://www.concertodigital.osesp.art.br/?lang=en

    I am not sure if I will watch it, since I will attend this concert tomorrow and I am afraid that I spoil part of the fun, but I probably won't resist!
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    Quote Originally Posted by julianoq View Post
    Today a SPSO concert will be streamed for free. It will have:

    Prokofiev 1st symphony
    Mozart 5th violin concerto
    Dvorak 8th

    It can be watched on: http://www.concertodigital.osesp.art.br/?lang=en

    I am not sure if I will watch it, since I will attend this concert tomorrow and I am afraid that I spoil part of the fun, but I probably won't resist!
    Alsop replaced with Roberto Tibiriçá.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Alsop replaced with Roberto Tibiriçá.
    Yes, thats sad, she suffered a minor fall at her hotel room. But the change from Dvorak's 7th to the 8th symphony is a plus to me, I like the 7th but the 8th is one of my favorite's symphonies. Tibiriçá is also a good conductor that I never saw live, so I am curious to see it!
    Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine. (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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    We will be going to this Emma Kirkby concert on September 7th. We reserved our seats in January & now there's only one reserved seat left, though there'll be tickets 'on the door' on a first come/first served basis.

    Norwich Baroque aug 2013.jpg


    Emma Kirkby is glorious. The venue - Norwich Cathedral - couldn't be lovelier. And there's Michael Chance too - a fine voice, and a witty raconteur to boot. Plus Norwich Baroque, our exciting local ensemble.
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    The American Symphony under Botstein is doing Maximillian Steinberg's Metamorphosen, Op. 10 from 1913 in concert Saturday. A never even recorded piece as far as I know. Also Sacre and some Liadov. It's going to be cool.

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    Just booked this travelling Stravinsky-palooza at Chicago Orchestra Hall in October:

    Mariinsky Orchestra
    Valery Gergiev

    Program
    Stravinsky The Firebird
    Stravinsky Petrushka
    Stravinsky The Rite of Spring

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