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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    I came across this interview with composer Julia Adolphe who is having the world premiere of her new violin concerto with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Cool interview on an interesting website called Cultural Attaché...
  2. Opera
    For the Wagnerians in the group! Opera critic and philosopher Michael Tanner discusses what he considers to be the best books on Richard Wagner, with a detailed interview discussing his life and operas: https://fivebooks.com/best-books/wagner/
  3. Classical Music Discussion
    I asked a question in a thread about Sibelius which applies more generally. It was prompted by an interview with Sir Simon Rattle and raises the question about the extent to which conductors' interpretations can ever be plain wrong. Here's the post and the link to the interview (thanks Becca)...
  4. Conductors & Conducting
    Charlie Rose in conversation with Gergiev: http://www.charlierose.com/watch/60587045
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    What would you do with it? Who would you like to interview? What performances would you like to feature? Would you host it yourself? But let's cut past idyllic fantasies and think of a few tough questions too: how would you keep and attract interest? Do you think you're capable? Would you have...
  6. Solved Cases (archive)
    Hi - I am a classical music beginner. I was recently watching this Joshua Bell interview and need your help in identifying the piece that is playing at the very beginning of the interview. It's time point 0:00 to 0:16 (16 seconds long) and at the very beginning of the video - Joshua is...
  7. Conductors & Conducting
    I have really enjoyed Paavo Järvi's Beethoven cycle with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and have subsequently been exploring his other works. I noted that a couple of posters suggested him as a possible replacement for Sir Simon Rattle, at the Berlin Philharmonic and just came across...
  8. Classical Music Discussion
    Anton Webern, Langsamer Satz, and the Belcea Quartet von Wiener Konzerthaus Topics: Charles Ives, Anton Webern, Arnold Schoenberg, Othmar Schoeck and music on the verge between romanticism and atonality.
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