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Superb kickoff to Constella Festival with clarinetist McG... added by ninaperlove on 1 Oct 2012 tag | report
Mark Adamo took his inspiration for his “August Music” from Ingmar Bergman’s movie, “Smiles of a Summer Night,” and its three brief movements represent the smiles: The Wise, The Lovers and The Fools. The string quartet collaborated with flutists Bowman and Perlove for the work’s first performance. It was instantly engaging, by turns pointed and lyrical, with mild dissonances adding spice. Adamo, whose third opera, “The Gospel of Mary Magdalene,” will be premiered by San Francisco Opera this spring, is a gifted composer of melody. The flutists had a charming theme accompanied by pizzicato strings in the first movement, and in the second, the flutes were set against a shimmering backdrop. The finale was a perpetual motion, with virtuosic flourishes for the soloists. The two flutists gave it a beguiling reading, Bowman with a big silvery sound, and Perlove’s more golden and mellow.
Staccato | Second Street Dreams added by acmhf on 16 Apr 2012 tag | report
American Classical Music Hall of Fame Executive Director Nina Perlove is interviewed on Staccato for KMFA 89.5 in Austin, Texas.
Classical hall of fame inducts 6 | | c... added by acmhf on 26 Feb 2012 tag | report
New Inductees Announced!
Song of America | Celebrating 250 years of American Song added by cfinn1 on 5 Dec 2011 tag | report
Part of Thomas Hampson's Song of America Project, through his Hampsong Foundation. "We invite all lovers of song to explore connections between poetry and music, between history and culture, through the work of American composers and poets. Song of America is a database resource where you can listen to songs, learn more about them, read their lyrics, find scores, and link to relevant Web sites." Also contains information about the Song of America Radio Series.
Orchestra and bands delight at 'Crossroads' | HeraldTribu... added by dirkmeyer on 28 Oct 2009 tag | report
Review: New Music Crossroads Project
Interview with Lindsay Deutsch on WV Public Radio's Class... added by ClassicallySpeaking on 3 Mar 2009 tag | report
"Up for the Challenge"--Jim Lange of WV Public Radio interviews Lindsay Deutsch about Corigliano's Red Violin Chaconne and Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2 for the Classically Speaking blog.
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