Violinist Hilary Hahn will present a solo recital at Symphony Center on April 12, featuring works by Bach, Schumann and Debussy, as well as selections from her Grammy Award-winning album 'In 27 Pieces.' Hahn released her newest album, 'Mozart 5, Vieuxtemps 4 – Violin Concertos,' on March 31.
While some high contenders in the mainstream battled it out last night for a much-desired Grammy, some of the other winners were unintentionally swept under the rug. For the classical genre, though, some artists made out quite well. They included the St. Louis and Seattle symphonies, Pierre Boulez, Jason Vieaux and more.
Director/writer David Donnelly is set to release "Maestro," a documentary on the world of classical music conductors during a time of decline.
In spite of the fat man upstairs, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra trods on--undeterred by the political rhetoric and presidential forecasts coming out of Trenton. Case in point: On Saturday, March 15, #OrchestraYou will celebrate music educators, music students and their families with a special concert at from Jersey's best band (sorry, Bruce) at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
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