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November 20   -  

After 20 years, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony are still coloring outside the lines

Nearly 41 years ago, a lanky 29-year-old stepped onto the stage … /

November 20   -  

Feltsman, Russian State Symphony provide mixed rewards at Kravis Center

One of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s most popular concertos and perhaps his most … /

November 19   -  

Kozhukhin delivers powerhouse virtuosity for Friends of Chamber Music

Denis Kozhukhin, first-prize winner of the 2010 Queen Elizabeth Competition in … /

November 18   -  

Miami Symphony’s Beatles tribute proves mostly fab

In February, 1964 the Beatles arrived in America. An appearance on … /

November 17   -  

Schubert fares best in New World’s uneven chamber program

The New World Symphony musicians that performed at Sunday afternoon’s chamber … /

November 17   -  

FGO’s second-cast “Butterfly” singers prove well matched

Florida Grand Opera’s second cast of principals in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly … /

November 16   -  

FGO opens season with a compelling and spectacular “Butterfly”

Florida Grand Opera has taken on Giacomo Puccini’s 1904 masterpiece Madama … /

November 15   -  

Guitarist Karadaglić brings subtle artistry to Cleveland Orchestra’s showpiece program

While the program for Friday’s opening concert of the Cleveland Orchestra’s annual … /

November 13   -  

Pianist Kozhukhin searches for harmony in a wide range of music

Career paths are different for every pianist. Some focus on giving … /

November 11   -  

In a crucial season, Florida Grand Opera hopes to get its finances back on track

In 2006 Florida Grand Opera moved from the drab, mildewed Miami-Dade … /
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