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Apr-13-2022 —

To commemorate the 350th anniversary of the City of Charleston, Harlem Quartet will partner with the Charleston Symphony this weekend for the world premiere of Edward Hart's A Charleston Concerto.

Mar-31-2022 —

The quartet will perform the world premiere of Magic Gardens by Augusta Read Thomas.

Mar-27-2022 —

Led by Conductor and Artistic Director Piotr Gajewski, the National Philharmonic debuted "America's Requiem: A Knee on the Neck"—a colossal and captivating meditation on George Floyd and the reckoning of a nation—flanked by a chorus of 135 singers and fronted by trio of powerhouse soloists.

Mar-17-2022 —

In her first-ever appearance with the esteemed San Diego Symphony, Venezuelan-born pianist Gabriela Martinez will bring her virtuosic talent to the symphony's new home—the state-of-the-art Rady Shell—on May 6 and 7, 2022.

 

Dec-21-2021 —

Apollo's Fire and Jeannette Sorrell team up with violinist Francisco Fullana as musical storytellers in this innovative and energizing approach to Vivaldi's iconic work. 

Nov-18-2021 —

The Syrian-born clarinetist and composer has partenered with SAM for soloist engagements and chamber music collaborations in North America.

Jul-24-2021 —

New York-based Harlem Quartet, long distinguished for its residency activities at a range of performing organizations and educational institutions, begins a new affiliation this fall as Quartet in Residence at Montclair State University in northeastern New Jersey.

Jun-2-2021 —

“Bach’s Long Shadow,” a new solo album featuring violinist Francisco Fullana in works from J.S. Bach to Eugène Ysaÿe, was released by Orchid Classics on May 28. Fullana’s specially curated program includes Bach’s E Major Partita, Isaac Albeniz’s Asturias, the Recuerdos de la Alhambra by Francisco Tárrega, Ysaÿe’s Sonata for Two Violins (with special guest Stella Chen), and Fritz Kreisler’s Recitativo and Scherzo.

Jan-30-2021 —

Noctuelles, a new solo album from pianist-composer Michael Brown featuring two gems of the 20th century piano repertoire, was released January 22 by the British label First Hand Records.

Jan-10-2021 —

Violinist Melissa White makes her solo debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra this winter in a pair of concerts led by Music Director Louis Langrée. On a program titled “Traveling with Mozart,” she will perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in G Major, K. 216, dubbed “Strasburg” because of the theme in its opening Allegro movement. The concerts, which also include Mozart’s Symphony No. 31 (“Paris”) and Symphony No. 38 (“Prague”), will take place in Cincinnati’s Music Hall at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 13 and 2 pm on Sunday, March 14.

 

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Amy Porter, flutist, performs Fantasie by Georges Hue with pianist Christopher Harding. Live from the National Theater Concert Hall, Taipei, Taiwan, May 16, 2007