In Performance

Oct. 21: In Performance

By Brian McCreath   |   Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Boston Philharmonic, performing Gershwin's An American in Paris on their opening concerts this weekend

Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston, whose season opens on Oct. 31

Oct. 19: In Performance

By Brian McCreath   |   Tuesday, October 19, 2010
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Emanuele Segre, whose performance honors the birthday of Roland Dyens

The Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts, who presented the performance by Chu-Fang Huang

Music Worcester, who presented the Matav Symphony Orchestra of Budapest

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, presenting Paavali Jumppanen in a series of concerts featuring Mozart Sonatas

The Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, where Jon Nakamatsu and Jon Manasse are Co-Artistic Directors

Oct. 18: In Performance

By Brian McCreath   |   Monday, October 18, 2010
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The Musicians of the Old Post Road are performing on Oct. 22 in Sudbury and 23 in Boston.

Pianist Dang Thai Son is performing on Oct. 30, presented by the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts.



Memorial Concert for Charles Ansbacher

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
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In early September Boston lost one of its musical lights.  After a courageous fight against illness, Charles Ansbacher passed away just short of his 68th birthday.  His drive to bring classical music to the widest possible audience found its purest expression in the Landmarks Orchestra of Boston, which he founded in 2001.  Upon his passing, the Landmarks Orchestra performed a memorial concert on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, conducted by Joan Landry.  The program included music by Copland, Dvorak, Bernstein, and others in performances that featured violinist Mariana Green-Hill, pianist Ya-Fei Chuang, and bass Robert Honeysucker.  For full details on the program, visit the Landmarks Orchestra, and to hear the concert, tune in at 6:30pm on Wednesday, Nov. 10 for a special broadcast of In Performance with Cathy Fuller.

Concerts Tonight

By Brian McCreath   |   Friday, January 14, 2011
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Jan. 14

Boston is one of those places that usually has so much going on that it's impossible to do everything.  Here are a few of the choices you've got for tonight:

The Cantata Singers continue their season-long exploration of music by Ralph Vaughan Williams at Jordan Hall (above).

Boston Early Music Festival presents oboist Gonzalo X. Ruiz and his ensemble Symphonie des Dragons at First Church in Cambridge, Congregational.

And the Boston Symphony Orchestra is playing at Symphony Hall with conductor Mark Elder and pianist Lars Vogt.

Concerts Tonight

By Brian McCreath   |   Friday, January 14, 2011
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Jan. 14

Boston is one of those places that usually has so much going on that it's impossible to do everything.  Here are a few of the choices you've got for tonight:

The Cantata Singers continue their season-long exploration of music by Ralph Vaughan Williams at Jordan Hall.

Boston Early Music Festival presents oboist Gonzalo X. Ruiz and his ensemble Symphonie des Dragons at First Church in Cambridge, Congregational.

And the Boston Symphony Orchestra is playing at Symphony Hall with conductor Mark Elder and pianist Lars Vogt.

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