Performances

Schwarz, Frost Symphony serve up Mozart, Still and Beethoven in season opener

Musical conservatories and educational institutions have had to adapt and innovate […]

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Sun Oct 25, 2020
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New World Percussion Consort opens virtual season with several bangs

The ideal live performance probably doesn’t entail experiencing the music through […]

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Sun Oct 11, 2020
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Kaleidoscope MusArt finds art in small things with bagatelle program

The Covid 19 pandemic has forced musical organizations around the globe […]

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Sun Oct 11, 2020
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Pacifica Quartet serves up a bracing disc of women composers

Pacifica Quartet; Otis Murphy, saxophonist. Ran: Glitter, Doom, Shards, Memory—String Quartet […]

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Tue Jul 28, 2020
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New disc offers ideal introduction to Arvo Pärt

Arvo Pärt, Stabat Mater. Gloriae Dei Cantores GDCD 065 When he […]

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Mon Jul 06, 2020
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New music for new times

Though the concert world is on hiatus because of the COVID-19 […]

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Thu Jun 25, 2020
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Ten Recordings for Challenging Times

Vivaldi: Motteti. Simone Kermes, soprano; Andrea Marcon/Venice Baroque Orchestra (Archiv). Forget […]

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Sat Jun 06, 2020
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Eighty-eight reasons to seek music online during the shutdown

CDs, YouTube, and online concerts continue to provide contact-free home delivery […]

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Mon May 18, 2020
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What will the fall music season look like? Smaller, less epic and more soloistic—if it happens

The deadly Covid-19 pandemic continues to cut a swathe across the […]

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Tue May 12, 2020
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Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part II)

Two weeks ago I posted the first installment of Ten Recordings […]

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Sun Apr 12, 2020
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Ten Recordings to get you through the shutdown (Part I)

All live performances across the country have necessarily come to a […]

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Sat Mar 28, 2020
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Streaming links to get your music fix during the COVID-19 quarantine

In order to serve South Florida Classical Review readers during the […]

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Wed Mar 18, 2020
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On a rare octet night, a rarity by Enescu shines brightly

It is rare enough for one octet to be scheduled on […]

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Thu Mar 12, 2020
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With conducting duties split, a mixed New World outing at Arsht

Cristian Măcelaru was scheduled to conduct the New World Symphony’s concert […]

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Sun Mar 08, 2020
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Composer Zwilich adds to her musical legacy with Cello Concerto premiere

Ellen Taaffe Zwilich is one of America’s preeminent composers, with a […]

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Fri Mar 06, 2020
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18-year-old takes First Prize in 10th National Chopin Competition

Avery Gagliano, an 18-year-old student at the Curtis Institute was named […]

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Mon Mar 02, 2020
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Finalists tackle concertos in penultimate round of Chopin Competition

The National Chopin Piano Competition’s final concerto round commenced Saturday night […]

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Sun Mar 01, 2020
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Avdeeva’s artistry sets a high standard for Chopin Competition finalists

As six finalists prepared for the concluding concerto round of the […]

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Sat Feb 29, 2020
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Palm Beach Opera offers a trim, well-sung “Barber of Seville”

After the conclusion of the famous Overture to Rossini’s Barber of […]

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Sat Feb 29, 2020
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Master Chorale marks Beethoven anniversary with a rich, dramatic Ninth

A concert tribute to Beethoven Wednesday night focused on two pillars […]

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Thu Feb 27, 2020
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