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Classical pianist Simone Dinnerstein on Bach: ‘Listen to what the music is telling you’
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Musician Simone Dinnerstein talks to Alan Rusbridger about her route from the Juilliard school to Carnegie Hall, her interpretation of Bach’s music in her fi…

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Great Classical Music Composers pt. 6
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Part 6 of a 15-part series featuring excerpts from music by the greatest composers of classical music. This one features Liszt, Thomas, Wagner, Verdi, Gounod…

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Early Valentine's treat is a classic
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FANS of classical music have an early Valentine's treat in store at Bromsgrove's Artrix this February. On Friday, February 7 Bromsgrove Concerts are presenting a performance by guitarist Craig Ogden who will be playing a selection of favourites by …

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Orchestras 'still hostile to women'
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Prejudice and hostile attitudes keep the upper echelons of classical music off-limits to many women, arts chief Jude Kelly has said. The top of the profession is still "a place of too great an absence for women", she said. "Women still tell me they …

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RVA's classical music revolution – RVANews
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RVA's classical music revolution began in August 2012 when Ellen Cockerham, Richmond Symphony's principal second violinist, brought together fifteen fellow Symphony musicians to perform a virtual chamber music 1 …

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Is classical music dead? | NewsCut | Minnesota Public Radio News
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If classical music was merely becoming the realm of the old—an art form that many of us might grow into appreciating—that might be manageable. But Sandow's data on the demographics of classical audiences suggest …

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Kinderliedjes (BabyTV) – Concertino (Classical Music) (01)
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Kinderliedjes (BabyTV) – Concertino (Classical Music) (01)
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9 Performances That Show How Incredible Live Music Can Really Be
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Elvis Presley may have ruled the 1950s both on television and off, but in 1958, a young violin prodigy named Itzahk Perlman appeared as a guest on the Ed Sullivan Show, and was catapulted to a level of superstardom unheard of for classical musicians.

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