Jan
02

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Rockford Symphony Orchestra offers Chamber Orchestra Concerts – The Rock River Times
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Rockford SymphonyOrchestraoffers ChamberOrchestraConcerts
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The Rockford SymphonyOrchestrawill be presenting a pair of chamberorchestraconcerts with an up close and personal format in January. On Friday, January 15 the RSO performance will be in the sanctuary of Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2821 N.
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Exciting month for New Jersey Symphony Orchestra – Asbury Park Press
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Exciting month for New Jersey SymphonyOrchestra
Asbury Park Press
The New Jersey SymphonyOrchestraled by Jacques Lacombe has a busy January in store, with a program Jan. 14 to 17 featuring the world premiere of a percussion concerto, followed by the continuation of its Shakespeare-themed Winter Festival, Jan.

A wintry mix for Sarasota Orchestra – Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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A wintry mix for SarasotaOrchestra
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Estonian native Anu Tali, music director for the SarasotaOrchestra, has invited fellow Estonian, piano phenomenon Mikhel Poll and his “spidery fingers” to play the famous Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3 at next weekend's Masterworks 3 concerts

Husband-wife team joins Heartland Festival Orchestra for song, dance numbers – Peoria Journal Star
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Husband-wife team joins Heartland FestivalOrchestrafor song, dance numbers
Peoria Journal Star
WASHINGTON — The Heartland FestivalOrchestrais bringing Broadway to Peoria on Jan. 9 with “New Year's Greeting — Broadway Rhythm.” The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Five Points Washington. Kirby Ward, who performed with Joan Hess and the …

Orchestra’s note of defiance still reverberates – The Times (subscription)
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Orchestra'snote of defiance still reverberates
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According to Adolf Hitler's detailed plans for the conquest of the Soviet Union, on August 9, 1942 Nazi officials should have been celebrating the capture of Leningrad at a lavish reception in the city's imperial centre. Instead, a makeshift Soviet

Ivory, at the tip of a complex issue for traveling orchestra members – Washington Post
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Ivory, at the tip of a complex issue for travelingorchestramembers
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Overlapping state, federal and international rules designed to stop the horrific poaching of the world's largest land animal have resulted in a regulatory web that has enveloped the rarefied world of the symphonyorchestra, the tiny clique of artisans