- Conducted by the SSO's Music Director Long Yu and including violinist Maxim Vengerov, the orchestra will play the United States, Brazil and Argentina

- For the UN concert on August 28, artists from all the major Allied powers of WW2 will be represented, performing music by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, John Williams and a new work by Zou Ye

Conductor Donald Runnicles at the Grand Teton Music Festival

Editor of BBC Music Magazine, Oliver Condy, travels to the majestic mountains of Wyoming for the Grand Teton Music Festival

Long Yu with members of the China Philharmonic Orchestra

How one of China's top conductors is extending the appeal of his country's music

Music director Long Yu led the China Philharmonic in a performance of Dvorak’s “New World Symphony” in Tehran.

"On Friday night, the music of Dvorak’s “New World” symphony was heard in Tehran, performed from the original music the New York Philharmonic has guarded since the work’s 1893 premiere. This orchestra, though, wasn’t American. It was the China Philharmonic."

Joel Fan was described as "impressive pianist" by The New York Times.

The Kennedy Center in Washington has heard many classics, but this summer pianist Joel Fan brought here something new.

Long Yu, the music director of the China Philharmonic Orchestra, has a growing international reputation.

As the world focuses on the accord to limit Iran’s nuclear capabilities that was reached last month, the China Philharmonic Orchestra, a major ensemble from one of the six nations that negotiated the deal, is planning to play two concerts in Tehran next week.


At this time of year it is a common fantasy for wage slaves who slog to the office in the city: If only work could be relocated to the mountains, or the shore, or maybe a lake. But it is a reality for many orchestra musicians, whose talents are sought by music festivals at desirable spots around the country when their concert halls and opera houses go dark for the summer.


A regular performer on the world's grandest stages, international opera superstar Renée Fleming's radiant voice and compelling artistry will soon be heard for the first time in the heart of the American West—Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Evgeny Kissin: 'Genocides must never be forgotten'

Part of a series of official memorial concerts around the world in association with the Yerevan Perspectives International Music Festival, "With You, Armenia" juxtaposes Armenian composers with works by Chopin and includes a world premiere of specially-composed choral work by Krzysztof Penderecki.

Mark Bebbington: in a state of Bliss

A world premiere and his piano masterpiece grace Volume Two of The Complete Piano Music of Sir Arthur Bliss, on SOMM Recordings

Jessica Cottis: equally at home with music old and new

With Covent Garden, Sydney and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and top British bands in her diary, the Scottish-Australian maestra's future looks bright

Daniel Cohen: New baton in Berlin

Fast-rising young conductor Daniel Cohen named Kapellmeister at the Deutsche Oper, Berlin


A centennial tribute to Lady Day from the critically-acclaimed American pianist Lara Downes.


Members of the Inverne Price team are attending APAP, ISPA, and CMA January 10-20, 2015. Come visit us!


France recognizes Maestro Long Yu's leadership in strengthening China's cultural connections with other nations around the world.

Leon Botstein leading the American Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall through works by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gyorgy Ligeti and Alfred Schnittke.

"The ensemble has a reputation for intriguing programs ... standards were high throughout, with Leon Botstein leading polished and exciting interpretations lifted by the superb work of the Bard Festival Chorale."

Leon Botstein delves into Schubert's world for the new downloads

250,000+ streams and downloads! Music Director Leon Botstein and the ASO focus on Schubert; live performances from the Bard Music Festival


The violinist and conductor will join Principal Conductor Lars Vogt at the Sinfonia


"The Parergon (which may have never been played in New York before) proved to be an example of the composer at his most stylish, contrasting a gloomy theme in the basses and low winds with the upward surge of the southpaw piano. In his first New York appearance, British pianist Mark Bebbington proved to be an eloquent soloist, managing the keyboard from both ends with stunning technique and melodism--all using only the left hand. Dr. Botstein drew sweet, round tone from the ASO players, with exemplary work from the horns and brass helping to bring the dark themes of the opening bars into bright sunlight."



2014/15 season artists include Avi Avital, Inon Barnatan, Mark Bebbington, David Aaron Carpenter, Ray Chen, Lara Downes, Danny Driver, Jack Liebeck and Raphael Wallfisch


Famous venue hosts world-class classical musicians in series that gives Jewish perspectives on the great composers


As Teodora Gheorghiu prepares to sing in Der Rosenkavalier at Glyndebourne, she tells Rupert Christiansen of The Telegraph how she overcame an illness that threatened her career

The $45 million violist – fast-rising star David Aaron Carpenter plays the world’s most expensive-ever musical instrument
Lang Lang performs "One" with Metallica at the 56th GRAMMYs.
Listen to This Chilling Audio as Crowd at Boston Symphony Learns Kennedy Is Dead

One of the last remaining witnesses to the orchestra's funeral march speaks about his experience

"The slow movement of Brahms’s Fourth Symphony has the air of walking down a colonnade observing the past" - John Axelrod
This was, believe it or not, the all-around most compelling performance of anything I've heard all summer at the Bowl.
Preparing for The Last Night of the Halle Proms this weekend, the leading English soprano on loving her new voice, and a spot of genre-jumping
Cover star David Aaron Carpenter and Berlin Philharmonic players pre-release complete Brahms quintet - priority CD release on Ondine to follow
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