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Plymouth Philharmonic season features classical, pops, benefits

PLYMOUTH – The Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra has announced a dynamic lineup of performances scheduled for the upcoming 2022-23 season including orchestral masterworks, electrifying pops performances, and exceptional guest artists. “We programmed our 2022/2023 season with a goal of bringing people together on a musical adventure,”… Read More »Plymouth Philharmonic season features classical, pops, benefits

Review: San Diego Symphony and conductor Jason Seber delight in ‘Philharmonia Fantastique’

Many composers have written pieces to educate children (and adults) about the different instruments of the orchestra. Few have endured like Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” or Britten’s “The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra.” On Friday at the Rady Shell, the San Diego Symphony… Read More »Review: San Diego Symphony and conductor Jason Seber delight in ‘Philharmonia Fantastique’

Edinburgh International Festival classical & opera reviews: Rusalka | Opening Concert | Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra | Philharmonia Chamber Players

A scene from the EIF’s production of Dvořák’s opera with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Douglas Boyd and Garsington Opera. sign up to our Arts and Culture newsletter In transferring their production of Dvořák’s fairy-tale opera, Rusalka, from a specially designed, open-air opera pavilion seating 650 in… Read More »Edinburgh International Festival classical & opera reviews: Rusalka | Opening Concert | Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra | Philharmonia Chamber Players

Grammy Award-Winning Conductor JoAnn Falletta Will Lead The Buffalo Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall in October

On Monday, October 3, 2022 the multiple Grammy award-winning conductor, JoAnn Falletta, will conduct the Buffalo Philharmonic in their return to Carnegie Hall for a tribute to Lukas Foss, in honor of his 100th birthday (August 15, 1922 – Feb 1 , 2009). Presented by… Read More »Grammy Award-Winning Conductor JoAnn Falletta Will Lead The Buffalo Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall in October