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REVIEW: ‘Preludes,’ Based on Rachmaninoff, Struggles with Writer's Block >>

They say first impressions are everything. After wowing the world with his “Prelude in C-sharp minor,” Sergei Rachmaninoff set expectations high for his 'First Symphony.' However, things didn’t go quote so well for Rachmaninoff, leading him to a three year long struggle with writer's block. But you know what they say, one man’s writer bock is another man’s hit musical...That is a saying right? 'Dave Malloy’s' musical Preludes goes inside the mind of Rachmaninoff, exploring his three year creative drought and the events that lead to it.

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The Ghost of Sergei Rachmaninoff to Perform >>

The ghost of Sergei Rachmaninoff will play a “live” recital tonight at that Teatro Mediterraneo in Naples titled “Ghost Concert.”

REVIEW: Christopher Theofanidis’ ‘Legend of the Northern Lights’ Is a Wild Ride Through Space and Time

REVIEW: Christopher Theofanidis’ ‘The Legend of the Northern Lights’ Is a Wild Ride Through Space and Time >>

Conductor Carlos Kalmar and the Grant Park Orchestra expertly navigated 'The Legend of the Northern Lights' on Saturday night, bringing a crystal clarity to even the most demanding passages. This outstanding new work by Christopher Theofanidis was also performed at Millennium Park on August 8.

From the Heart of Russia: Northwestern University’s Music Academy Chorus Sings Borodin’s ‘Polovtsian Dances’ and Rachmaninoff Songs

From the Heart of Russia: Northwestern University’s Music Academy Chorus Sings Borodin’s ‘Polovtsian Dances’ and Rachmaninoff Songs >>

Every spring, the Music Academy Chorus of Northwestern University presents a concert of Russian music that is part of a larger course in Russian culture.

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