Baroque percussion
Baroque Music Elements / June 8, 2021

Baroque percussion

It isn’t every day in the classical music world that a concert featuring Bach, Handel and Monteverdi calls for xylophone, two marimbas, three vibraphones, five Korean drums, toy piano, Beijing opera gongs, Sixxen bars and more. But as Synergy artistic director Timothy Constable points out, “Anyone who’s followed us for a while knows we’re rogues and are always looking…

Baroque Vocal music
Baroque Music Elements / May 19, 2021

Baroque Vocal music

Baroque Vocal is a new artistic continuing education program for opera and concert singers as well as for advanced voice students. Artistic Director for the program is Professor Claudia Eder. The one-year refresher course generally includes four artistic projects, led by internationally renowned artists. These modules (Solo Singing, Solo and Ensemble Singing) are…

Philharmonia Orchestra
Orchestra Music / April 29, 2021

Philharmonia Orchestra

Led by its Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor Esa-Pekka Salonen, the Philharmonia has a pioneering approach to the role of the modern-day symphony orchestra, reaching new audiences and participants through audience development, digital technology and learning and participation programmes. Based in London, but with residencies in cities throughout England…

Baroque music for learning
Baroque Music Elements / April 9, 2021

Baroque music for learning

The researchers caught glimpses of the brain in action using functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, which gives a dynamic image showing which parts of the brain are working during a given activity. The goal of the study was to look at how the brain sorts out events, but the research also revealed that musical techniques used by composers 200 years ago help…

portland Baroque Orchestra concerts
Orchestra Music / March 20, 2021

portland Baroque Orchestra concerts

J.S. Bach: Concertos for One, Two and Three Violins After 2010’s gorgeous “Flights of Fancy”, named Record of the Year by The New Yorker, leading period ensemble Portland Baroque Orchestra releases its latest recording of concertos for one, two, and three violins by J. S. Bach. Award-winning baroque violinist and artistic director Monica Huggett leads Portland Baroque…

oregon Orchestra
Orchestra Music / February 28, 2021

oregon Orchestra

The University of Oregon Symphony Orchestra is the premiere orchestra at UO and one of the finest university orchestras on the west coast. It serves as a laboratory for music majors and especially talented non-majors who have demonstrated the necessary expertise to study ensemble performance technique and repertoire spanning a broad time frame and encompassing a wide…

Baroque Chamber music
Baroque Music Elements / February 8, 2021

Baroque Chamber music

Infusing music of the Baroque with personality and wit, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin performed its program “Foreign Affairs” on Saturday night at Yardley Hall, presented by the Friends of Chamber Music in partnership with the Johnson County Community College’s Performing Arts Series. In lesser hands, these selections from the best known composers of their day would…

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra
Orchestra Music / January 19, 2021

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra

Tafelmusik The word is German and means “table music” or “music for the feast.” The name is apt because Tafelmusik has produced a feast of firsts and bests, and has won admiration throughout the musical world. Tafelmusik’s vision is to be an international centre of excellence in period performance for generations to come. To sustain this vision, Tafelmusik is now…

boise Orchestra
Orchestra Music / December 30, 2020

boise Orchestra

Serenata Orchestra is a growing community orchestra based in Boise Idaho and surrounding area. We always welcome new members. We rehearse every Tuesday at West Jr High School and have seasonal performances. View our list of rehearsal and event dates here. Jennifer Drake Jennifer Drake is a conductor, violist, teacher, clinician, camp director (Idaho Viola Camp) and…

Long Beach Orchestra
Orchestra Music / December 10, 2020

Long Beach Orchestra

The music will be fittingly performed in front of dozens of live fish and under one massive replica blue whale during a Sunday concert at the Aquarium of the Pacific titled “Pirates and Pilgrims and Sailors —Oh My!” Then members of the chorale will head to New York’s famed Carnegie Hall to perform composer Kirke Mechem’s “Songs of the Slave, ” a piece about the hardships…

baroque history timeline
Baroque Music Elements / November 20, 2020

baroque history timeline

Like other human pursuits the creation of music has evolved over time. Music History Scholars look back over time, and attempt to break that evolution up into stages, in the same way Paleontologists and Historians classify other types of change. Such a classification system is always going to be a simplification. In reality music has evolved in a more gradual manner…

Portland Orchestra
Orchestra Music / October 31, 2020

Portland Orchestra

Conductors from Boston, North Carolina, Washington state and Winnipeg, Manitoba, will compete to replace Robert Moody, who completes his 10th and final season as music director of the Portland Symphony Orchestra in May 2018. The symphony’s executive director, Carolyn Nishon, announced the finalists Tuesday morning at Merrill Auditorium. The four finalists are Ken-David…

bourque music
Baroque Music Elements / October 11, 2020

bourque music

A passionate teacher is an individual who is committed and dedicated to student learning. As I walked into Bourque Music that dedication and commitment was evident in owner Michelle’s voice and enthusiasm. As she explained her vast array of experiences, I learned Michelle’s background is diverse. As a graduate of USC’s Thornton School of Music, Michelle has toured…

Avro Baroque radio
Baroque Music Elements / September 21, 2020

Avro Baroque radio

Born in Palermo (Italy) in 1980. He stud­ied piano, organ, harp­si­chord and com­po­si­tion at Palermo’s “V. Bellini” Con­ser­va­tory, where he took the piano diploma in 2001 and the organ diploma in 2002 with full marks and “Cum Laude”. He took part in many inter­na­tional master-classes where he devel­oped his skills and taste for baroque music. His con­cert life…

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