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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingenue View Post
    Here's the next concert by Norwich Baroque that we have to look forward to...

    Jim O'Toole, my violin teacher and the usual Director of Norwich Baroque, will be busy managing the Old Street Band, the orchestra that plays for English Touring Opera. We'll be seeing their Agrippina the previous Saturday!

    That Marcello is a magnificent concert!

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    I'm going to see Ton Koopman on the organ 26 january.
    (He will play Bach, I presume). Can't wait!
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    On the twenty-ninth I have a ticket for a chamber concert @ Göteborg Concert Hall, with Shostakovich 15th Symphony in the chamber setting by Viktor Derevianko (trio + percussion), Lou Harrison's Violin Concerto and John Cage's Third Construction.

    I'm trying to score some tickets for Kent Nagano's first concert as The Gothenburg Symphony's Principal Guest Conductor (4&5 Oct), I'd love to hear Galkina Ustvolskaya's Fourth Symphony "Prayer" but I have no inclination for the fillers of the program (ie. Beethoven's Ninth.. ), just don't feel that it is worth $50 if You are only keen on 7 mins of music....

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    30th October, Warsaw Philharmony:

    Trondheim Symphony Orchestra
    Krzysztof Urbański - conductor
    Christian Ihle Hadland - piano

    Brahms - Tragic Overture
    Grieg - Piano Concerto
    Kilar - Orawa
    Stravinsky - The Firebird.

    It is on Wednesday, so I will have to return from Warsaw the same day to go to school next day... Hey, four hours of sleep is enough.

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    Hah! Trondheim symphony orchestra. Norwegian, ya know ;---) I havent heard of the soloist before though. He is quite young i see. Give me a little review of the soloist after the concerto?
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    Sure.

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    Unfortunately, all tickets are sold, so I cannot go.

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    Schubert 9th Symphony and Shostakovich's Cello Concerto at the Royal Concertgebouw with Semyon Bychkov.

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    Thinking about going november 14 carnegie hall for San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas performing Mahler's ninth. Do you think it worthwhile for a 2 hour drive each way?

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    Barenboim and Argerich will play together in Buenos Aires next year. Too bad I'm not in Buenos Aires!.

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    NYC, Nov. 21 - Adam Fischer conducting.

    http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwclas...-1121-20131105

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    NYC, Nov. 21 - Adam Fischer conducting.

    http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwclas...-1121-20131105
    Doing the Serenade for Small Orchestra by Leó Weiner. Nice. I've been listening to some Weiner pieces lately. I really like him.

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    Together with a friend, a Bach concert in Antwerp, with an ensemble I don't know yet:

    Dis votisque reliqui
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    Mahler 8
    Riccardo Chailly
    Orchestra Sinfonica Giuseppe Verdi Milano
    Saturday Nov. 23
    http://www.laverdi.org/english/index.php

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    Looking forward to this. The tickets are selling like hot cakes but we got ours almost a year ago.

    Music begins where words leave off. Music expresses the inexpressible.

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