Classical

8:02am

Mon March 24, 2014
Classical

Alias Presents Donation to "The Contributor"

Alias Chamber Ensemble presents check to the "Contributor"

The Grammy-nominated ALIAS Chamber Ensemble presented a check for $1,150.23 to The Contributor as the recipient of the proceeds of ALIAS’ most recent concert.  (Pictured are, left to right from the Contributor: Tom Willis, Director of Vending; Brady Banks, Development Director; from ALIAS: Board Members, Loraine Segovia Paz; Kathy Masulis; Michelle Lin Doane and Stacy Widelitz, board president. 

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3:45pm

Tue March 18, 2014
Classical

Jeremy Denk Is Named Winner of 2014 Avery Fisher Prize

It has just been announced that Jeremy Denk – “one of his generation’s most eloquent and thoughtful interpreters” (New York Times) – has won the 2014 Avery Fisher Prize, one of classical music’s most coveted honors. Selected for his artistic excellence and outstanding contributions to the music world, the pianist, who is also a former Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient, will be formally recognized at an invitational ceremony on Thursday, May 29, at Lincoln Center.

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10:50am

Tue March 18, 2014
Classical

Nashville Ballet Announces New Season

– Nashville Ballet announced its upcoming performance season today, which includes the revival of audience favorites Swan Lake and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as well as the return of the company’s defining contemporary collaborations, Attitude and Emergence.

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2:30pm

Mon March 17, 2014
Classical

Mid-South Flute Festival to be Held at MTSU

The 2014 Mid-South Flute Festival will take place March 28-29 at MTSU. Featuring guest artist Goran Marcusson, the festival will also offer opportunities for students and adult flutists to perform, to attend workshops and concerts, and to shop in a fully stocked exhibit hall. Preregistration is ongoing via the website: www.midsouthflute.org.

8:08am

Mon March 10, 2014
Classical

Music City Baroque Presents Chamber Music of Georg Philipp Telemann

Four Members of Music City Baroque

In the early 1700s, it was Telemann, not J.S. Bach, who was considered the greatest of the German composers. As music director of the five churches in Hamburg, Telemann wrote a prodigious amount of sacred music, including over a thousand cantatas. But he went beyond that, writing opera (a decision that the church did not appreciate) and numerous secular cantatas, songs, suites, sonatas and instrumental music.

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