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Peabody Opera to stage a Britten masterpiece, 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
Ensembles are key to the Britten piece, too, with its quartet of lovers and a comic sextet of laborers — the "rude mechanicals" as Shakespeare has it, dubbed "rustics" by Britten. What helps to give "Midsummer" its musical and theatrical power is the ...
From the archive, 11 March 1876: Mr Hallé's excellent performance of Verdi's ...
The "Kyrie" has a pleasing melodic phrase elaborately worked out in a movement for solo, quartet, and chorus which thus early presented difficulties enough to try the mettle of the choir. The "Dies iræ" (No. 2), unlike the conventional, plaintive ...
Eric Choate presents a full program of his compositions at SFCM
The most ambitious of his undertakings was a full four-movement string quartet; and the members of the Friction Quartet (violinists Otis Harriel and Kevin Rogers, violist Taija Warbelow, and cellist Doug Machiz), with their own strong commitment to the ...
Violinist James Ehnes and SSO to join forces on Bartók
The Seattle Times
The chromatic density of Bartók's work, he explains, demands perfection in performance. “If you're listening to, say, a Bartók string quartet that isn't played in tune, you're sunk. If you hear a Haydn quartet that's a little out of tune, it's not a ...
Pianist's style melds Bach, Brubeck
The Spokesman Review
His quartet's 1959 recording of Paul Desmond's “Take Five” is the best-selling jazz single of all time. But in doing her research into Bach and Brubeck, Downes discovered the deep connection between the two composers who lived 300 years apart. Among ...