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Aisha Orazbayeva: “Music for Violin Alone”

体育投注网平台Aisha Orazbayeva, a brilliant London-based Kazakh violinist, performs contemporary works with expressive assurance and deploys avant-garde techniques that elicit a jolting freshness from the early-music canon. Those stylistic approaches converge...

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体育投注网平台Through July 5.

“CMS Front Row”

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has long made its trove of archival video accessible through its , and even casual browsing results in some exquisite finds. Now,...

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June 1 from 4 to 8.

“Day of Musical Action”

体育投注网平台Concerts are among the mass gatherings most obviously precluded by the pandemic, but equally impacted are the galas vital to any nonprofit organization’s fiscal health. “Day of Musical Action,...

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May 28 at 7.

International Contemporary Ensemble

In an online concert hosted by the Library of Congress and Portland Ovations, the International Contemporary Ensemble plays world premières by Suzanne Farrin and Ashley Fure, two composers of exceptional...

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Okkyung Lee: “Yeo-Neun”

体育投注网平台The cellist and composer Okkyung Lee was classically trained in her native South Korea before exploring jazz and earning a degree in film scoring in Boston. Since arriving in New...

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Rudolf Buchbinder: “The Diabelli Project”

体育投注网平台Before Instagram, it took some time to get artists on board with a music challenge. In 1819, when the publisher Anton Diabelli asked for variations on a basic waltz he’...

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