Boheme as ballet; St. Paul musicians threatened with lockout; While other orchestras struggle, Nashville Symphony is on the rise
A musicians’ representative from the locked-out Minnesota Orchestra, whose concerts have been cancelled through Nov. 25, has announced that the orchestra will perform its 2012-13 season opening night concert Oct. 18 as planned, and that its conductor laureate, Stanislaw Skrowacewski, will conduct.
A labor dispute has caused the Minnesota Orchestra to cancel performances through Nov. 25, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra continues to struggle to find a workable new contract for its musicians.
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Tango may be beneficial for your mental health; Several major orchestras in the US will delay their seasons
If your only memory of the accordion comes from Lawrence Welk reruns, there’s someone you should check out. KTU is a three-piece avant-garde fusion combo which showcases the talents of Finland’s Kimmo Pohjonen, known in some quarters as the Hendrix of the accordion. Finnish accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen loves to tell the story of the history [...]
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Josef Suk, know in many music circles as a stellar interpreter of his great-grandfather Antonin Dvorak’s Violin Concerto and chamber works has died after a lengthy illness.