Here is their “preview” video.
To be perfectly honest, ordinarily I would have passed on attending yet another performance of La Traviata. But there is something fun about hearing/watching all’aperto More >
I know that I have no chance at all to win the New Yorker’s caption contest with this submission.
But, I couldn’t resist this one, so I’m sharing it here.
Mark Laycock conducts the English Chamber Orchestra with Ofer Falk and Stephanie Gonley as soloists in Philadelphia for a performance of Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante. The evening will also feature Robin Holloway’s Ode for four winds, commissioned for the ECO 30 years ago.
This will be a benefit concert for Musicopia.
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Born October 19, 1943 in Royal Leamington Spa, United Kingdom.Ode for 4 Winds and Strings, Op. 45
Composed 1980. Instrumentation: 2 Oboes (doubling on English Horn), 2 Horns, Strings. Duration: ~ 15 minutes.
Robin Holloway was a lecturer in music at Cambridge University between 1975 and 2011, teaching many well-known More >