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Hunter Noack’s IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild [Concert 9/10]

August 13th, 2016

Hunter Noack’s IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild [Concert 9/10]
Event on 2016-08-31 19:00:00
Hunter Noack's 10-Concert Series, IN A LANDSCAPE: Classical Music in the Wild  Aug. 20-Sept. 1, 2016   |||  Full schedule below YOU ARE LOOKING AT CONCERT 9: Wed, August 31, 7pm Stein-Boozier Barn at Memorial Park, Wilsonville Special Guests: Pansy Chang, cello and Nicholas Crosa, violin (additional guests & repertoire TBA) Celebrate "In a Landscape," the WPA-themed project that brings classical music into the wild! Join Hunter Noack and special guests for live piano and chamber music in Oregon's forests, fields and riverbanks. From WPA sites to public parks and landmarks, the series provides environments as stimulating as the music itself. Modeled after the trending silent disco, "In a Landscape" uses the latest Sennheiser wireless headphone technology to bring concert hall acoustics to the great outdoors. Hunter and his special guests will perform music of Chopin, Schubert, Ravel, Bloch, and Copland interspersed with text by Opal Whitely, Hilda Conkling, Walt Whitman, and William Stafford at venues including Vista House, Hoyt Arboretum, and Timberline Lodge. Series partners include the Jordan Schnitzer Foundation, Steinway Pianos, Sennheiser, Older Brother Clothing, U.S. Forest Service, Oregon State Parks, Oregon Department of Transportation, Portland Parks & Rec, Timberline Lodge, Wilsonville Parks & Rec, Washington County Parks, Vista House, Hoyt Arboretum, and the Historic Columbia River Highway as part of their 100-year anniversary celebration! Special thanks to Oregon's Regional Arts and Culture Council for their grant that laid the foundation for this series. To keep this concert free to the public, we invite guests to help cover costs not covered by the RACC grant by making a suggested ticket donation of per ticket, adjusted as your budget allows. This 9th concert in the series is Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at Stein-Boozier Barn, Memorial Park.  There are a limited number of headphones so RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Click on "REGISTER" above to secure your reservation. Don't miss out on the project that will have everyone buzzing!         "IN A LANDSCAPE" SERIES SCHEDULE: (all concerts @ 7pm unless noted) CONCERT 1:  August 20 • Vista House on the Historic Columbia Gorge Highway, Corbett CONCERT 2:  August 21, 4 pm • Timberline Lodge, Government Camp CONCERT 3:  August 23 • Tryon Creek State Park, Portland CONCERT 4:  August 24 • Oneonta Tunnel, Columbia River Gorge CONCERT 5:  August 25 • Hoyt Arboretum (Stevens Pavilion), Portland CONCERT 6:  August 26 • Milo McIver State Park, Estacada CONCERT 7:  August 27 • Henry Hagg Lake, Gaston CONCERT 8: August 29, NOON • Director Park, Portland CONCERT 9:  August 31 • Stein-Boozier Barn at Memorial Park, Wilsonville CONCERT 10:  September 1 • Cathedral Park, Portland   FAQs What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?     Questions? Email them to  

at Stein-Boozier Barn at Memorial Park
8300 SW Memorial Drive
Wilsonville, United States

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White Tie Rock Ensemble gift suggestions The “Legacy” Classical Rock Concert Series

September 16th, 2015

White Tie Rock Ensemble presents The “Legacy” Classical Rock Concert Series
Occasion on 2015-10-10 19:30:00
A White Tie tribute to British Rock! Featuring The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Whom and Pink Floyd The "Legacy" Classical Rock Concert Series! This concert show can pay tribute towards Legacy associated with the top effective and beloved bands of them all! Through The White Tie Rock Ensemble, these classic bands will live once again, transmitted from one generation to another location and enjoyed by all. The ECHO Rockestra will include a classical touch toward White Tie Rock Ensemble because they recreate these timeless tracks within the White Tie noise tradition! October 10th, 2015 7:30 Washington senior school Auditorium 6000 College Pkwy 32504

at Washington Senior School
Pensacola, United States

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Lao Classical Music the Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2010 in Washington DC

September 21st, 2014

Lao Classical Music the Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2010 in Washington DC

Lao Heritage Foundation group played Lao traditonal music for the Smithsonian Folklike Festival 2010 @ the Smithsonian National Mall Washington DC on 6/25/10…
Movie Rating: 4 / 5

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Marcin Dylla – traditional guitar

August 12th, 2014

Marcin Dylla – classical guitar
Occasion on 2015-02-28 20:00:00

Hailed by Washington Post as “among the most gifted guitarists on earth” Polish guitar player, Marcin Dylla is an uncommon event in current reputation for Classical Guitar. Numerous music experts, connoisseurs and music enthusiasts certify that he is one of the world’s elite of traditional guitarists. He’s won this place, among others, to unparalleled range honors including 19 very first Prizes from 1996-2007 at the most prestigious worldwide music tournaments worldwide culminating aided by the Gold Medal for the ‘2007 Guitar Foundation of America Global Competition’ in Los Angeles, also referred to as the absolute most prestigious electric guitar contest which attained him trip of over 50 towns and cities in North America, Mexico and Canada during 2008-09 period, live recital video recording for Mel Bay Publications and CD recording for Naxos that reached the Naxos ‘Top 10 Bestselling Albums’ in September 2008. His real time recital DVD “Wawel Royal Castle at Dusk” was selected in 2010 Fryderyk Award (add up to United states Grammy) into the sounding Solo Classical Music Album regarding the Year.

Mr. Dylla’s 2012/2013 season includes their Carnegie Hall debut during his two month long tour of the united states with recitals covering both coasts. He’ll go back to Konzerthaus in Vienna and continue their extensive recital tour in Europe ending in Germany at Koblenz Overseas Guitar Festival and Competition in which he’s a beloved regular and certainly will later return to the usa once more to execute at the 2013 Guitar Foundation of America Festival followed closely by return engagements in Mexico.

2011/12 period saw Mr. Dylla’s debut because of the Warsaw Philharmonic conducted by Christian Arming in a program that showcased two concerti (Ponce’s Concierto del Sur and Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez) on two consecutive evenings, as well as recitals throughout Poland and Germany in addition to Austria, Russia, uk, Greece, Portugal, Norway, Turkey, Spain, Italy, holland, Scotland, Slovenia, Switzerland, and several urban centers in Mexico.

Spring of 2011 features in the united states included recitals in Cincinnati, Lexington, Chicago, la, bay area, nj-new jersey and Seattle also appearing with Riverside Symphonia in Piazzolla’s dual concerto for guitar and bandoneon. During 2009/10 period he starred in solo recital in Norway, Spain, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, Poland and Italy in which he returned to serve on distinguished jury panel associated with the 42nd edition of Michele Pittaluga’s Global Classical Guitar Competition. He additionally returned to Germany for several recitals throughout the nation ending along with his return to Koblenz Global Guitar Festival and competition. 2008/9 season’s notable appearances featured recitals in China, a comprehensive trip of European countries ending in Germany in which he showed up with all the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra at Stuttgart Liederhalle plus in Romania because of the National Romanian Radio Orchestra in Bucharest doing ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’ by Joaquin Rodrigo.

In 2007 he performed as a soloist utilizing the Hermitage State Orchestra at the Hermitage Festival in St. Petersburg accompanied by an exceedingly successful tour of the U.S. in the autumn doing in many concerts with all the Fort Collins Symphony under Wes Kenney, the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra additionally the Riverside Symphonia beneath the baton of Mariusz Smolij. In 2006, Cecilia Rodrigo, child associated with renowned Spanish composer, Joaquin Rodrigo, elected Mr. Dylla to perform the world premiere of a lately found new electric guitar work by the woman dad entitled ‘Toccata’ (1933) at Reina Sofia Museum of contemporary Art in Madrid. In 2002, on 7th Global Guitar Convent in Alessandria, he was given a “gold electric guitar” musical experts’ honor for top level coming young guitar player.

He has starred in some distinguished concert halls particularly Konzerthaus, Musikverein and Palais Lobkovitz in Vienna (Austria), Auditorio Nacional and Auditorio Conde Duque in Madrid (Spain), St. Petersburg Philharmonic Hall (Russian Federation), Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo (USA), Villa Hügel in Essen (Germany) plus the Palazzina Liberty in Milan (Italy).

Apart from his visitor performances at just about any major European and North American guitar festival, he has been frequently invited to appear at Festival Internazionale Settimane Musicali di Stresa (Italy), Don Quixote Music Festival (Paris, France), Burghofspiele Eltville (Germany), Global Festival Musical Olympus (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation), Inverno Musicale (Alzano, Italy), Central European Music Festival (Zilinai, Lithuania), Festival Internacional de Música (Toledo, Italy) and Musique Dans la Rue (Aix-en-Provence, France).
Additionally, he’s appeared as soloist with Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (USA), Orquesta Sinfónica de Radio tv Espanola (RTVE Madrid, Spain), St. Petersburg Philharmonia Orchestra (Russian Federation), Orchestra Filharmonica di Torino (Italy) and Essen Chamber Orchestra (Germany) under the baton of JoAnn Falletta, Alexander Rahbari and Mariusz Smolij.

Marcin Dylla came to be in Chorzow, Poland in 1976 and received his first electric guitar lessons on Ruda Slaska Music Conservatory in their native Poland. From 1995 to 2000 he studied at Music Academy of Katowice with Adi Wanda Palacz and soon after finished their studies with Oscar Ghiglia, Sonja Prunnbauer and Carlo Marchione within Music Academies of Basel (Switzerland), Freiburg (Germany) and Maastricht (holland), correspondingly. He could be presently a Professor during the Music Academy in Kraków and Katowice.

at The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, United States

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Washington Bangla Radio | Buddhadev Chattopadhayay interview & Indian classical flute recital

October 13th, 2013

On behalf of Washington Bangla Radio, Soumitra Talukdar speaks to the renowned exponent of the bansuri (bamboo flute), Sanngeet Praveen, gold medalist, Sri B…

Jill Criscuolo Club Fur Washington DC 9/30/2010 Dance Radio Net.

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Keep Public Radio’s Classical Music On

May 30th, 2013

Keep Public Radio's Classical Music On

Originally Uploaded on Mar 23, 2011 Classical Music has a home at many Public Radio stations.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Q&A: What good, playful classical music can you recommend?

March 31st, 2013

Question by Uhhhh…: What good, playful classical music can you recommend?
I’m trying to make a music compilation for my four year old. What good Classical music –with the same playfulness as In The Hall of the Mountain King– can you recommend? Can you come up with many? Could you include the composers?
No B.S. answers please…

Best answer:

Answer by Mrs. cullen-potter
have you herd of twilight? well type in Bella’s lulluby on you tube. if not then basic mozart is quite relaxing!

What do you think? Answer below!

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What are some classical songs that are recognizable through media?

March 14th, 2013

Question by Anto: What are some classical songs that are recognizable through media?
I want too know some famous classical or orchestra songs that I would of heard before
Such as ..
Bernard Herrmann – The Murder (Shower Scene from Psycho)
Carl Orff – O Fortuna (Start of Jackass and on Carlton Draught Beer Commercial)
Beethoven – Symphony 6 (Episode of the simpsons where cartoon violence becomes band and the kids stop watching tv and play outside and Disneys Fantasia)

Best answer:

Answer by tinybird
Funeral March – Chopin
1812 Overture – Tchaikovsky
Flight Of The Bumblebee – Rimsky Korsakov
Pomp And Circumstance – Elgar (the song played at every graduation)
Hallelujah Chorus – Handel
Flower Duet – Delibes
Night On Bald Mountain – Mussorgsky
Sorcerer’s Apprentice – Dukas (also in Disney’s Fantasia)
The Stars And Stripes Forever – Sousa (The Bearstine Bears)
Adagio For Strings – Barber (My favorite song ever!)
The Washington Post – Sousa
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star – Mozart (i think)
The Nutcracker – Tchaikovsky

I’m sure you probably heard at least 90% of these somewhere on tv.

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How does classical music relate to current trends in music?

November 19th, 2012

Question by beautiful girl ?: How does classical music relate to current trends in music?
I want your opinion on the subject, please. How do you think classical music relates to the trends of today’s music?

Best answer:

Answer by musique
the current bollywood music is not just classical music but is a blend f western music as well…
havin learnt classical music 4 a while now…i would say it helps you have a great that you can build up music on your own…classical music from a singer’s point of view expands the vulnerability of your voice to all sorts of harkats & murkis & taans…shreya ghoshal is the best example…& anwesha …her voice is very well trained…
to explain how is it exactly related…breathless (shankar mahadevan) i think is somewhere near raag yaman…the song -sapno se bhare naina(luck by chance) is clearly raag bhairavi
these songs are derived from ragas…

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*Classical Guitar: Ana Vidovic

November 2nd, 2012

*Classical Guitar: Ana Vidovic
Event on 2012-11-17 20:00:00
When: Nov. 17, 2012, 8pm – 10:15pm
Campus Location: Lee and Thomas Beam Music Center
Office/Remote Location: Dr. Arturo Rando-Grillot Recital Hall

Prize-winning Croatian classical guitarist Ana Vidovic has performed in New York, London, Paris and Vienna, among others, and is a "bright young talent" according to Classical Guitar Magazine. Her playing is "nuanced and intensely personal." (Washington Post) Admission Information:

General seating tickets for this event are .00, with discounts available for seniors, military, persons with disabilities, UNLV faculty/staff & alumni, and all students. Student rush tickets are priced at .25 and are available one hour prior to curtain time.

To purchase tickets by phone call the UNLV Performing Arts Center Box Office at 702-895-2787 (ARTS) or to purchase online visit the UNLV Performing Arts Center's website.

at University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
4505 South Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, United States

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