Harry McDoggus
This Island
March 22, 2023

Susan Narucki

"One of the great practitioners of contemporary vocal music" 

(Opera News)

in an unforgettable recording

March 5, 2023

San Diego Union-Tribune


Classical Music

February 6, 2023

Please alert your readers, listeners, viewers, and followers !

WHAT: 100th Anniversary Tour
WHO: Toronto Symphony Orchestra / Gustavo Gimeno, music director & conductor; María Dueñas, violin
WHEN: Monday, 13 February 2023 @ 8pm
WHERE: Carnegie Hall / corner of 57th St. & 7th Ave. / New York, NY 10019
REPERTOIRE: Samy Moussa: Symphony No. 2 (U.S. premiere) / Édouard Lalo: Symphonie espagnole (María Dueñas, violin) / Sergei Prokofiev: Suite (curated by G. Gimeno) from Romeo & Juliet
TICKETS: $34 - $114 / 212-247-7800 

Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Gustavo Gimeno, conductor
January 5, 2023

On Monday, 13 February 2023 at 8pm, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) will return to Carnegie Hall for the continuing celebration of its 100th anniversary season. The date is the centerpiece of a brief tour - Southam Hall in Ottawa on Saturday, 11 February at 8pm; Symphony Center in Chicago on Tuesday, 14 February at 8pm - the Orchestra's first under the direction of Music Director and Conductor Gustavo Gimeno. "I am beyond excited to be embarking on this journey with the TSO." says Mr. Gimeno, appointed as Music Director in 2020. "Not only is it our first tour together, but the New York concert will also represent my Carnegie Hall debut and the Chicago concert marks the TSO's debut at Symphony Center."

December 23, 2022
October 4, 2022

Entire Weekend Devoted to the Work of a Lifetime

Ken Poston, founder and director of the Los Angeles Jazz Institute, has announced Theme and Variations, a fall festival devoted entirely to the music of jazz legend and NEA Jazz Master Bill Holman. The festival will be held from Thursday, 20 October through Sunday, 23 October 2022 at Four Points by Sheraton, a hotel near L.A.'s International Airport, and will feature 14 concerts, rare films, panels and special presentations. There is also a pre-festival event, Jazz Party at the Lighthouse, to be held at the famed venue in Hermosa Beach which has been a jazz epicenter for over 7 decades, and presented Mr. Holman frequently in its early years. On the 19 October program will be trumpeter Ron Stout and the New Lighthouse All-Stars, who will play Holman's arrangements for the original Lighthouse All-Stars. Says Mr. Poston "This is an all-star celebration of the music of Bill Holman, one of the most important composers, arrangers and bandleaders in the history of the artform. The festival features many artists who have worked with Holman through the years, each leading their own bands playing Bill Holman's music. Along with the films, panels and other goings on, this amounts to a kind of This Is Your Life program, culminating on Sunday night with a performance by Bill Holman and the mighty Bill Holman Band. This is one not to miss and I hope you can join us." Mr. Holman adds "I'm really grateful to Ken for the months of hard work and TLC he put in to make this happen. I'm ready, the band is ready. Let's go!"

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