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The Recital

Want to see the widest possible array of human emotions within the space of an hour? Attend a children’s music recital.

This afternoon we were in the audience of our 37th recital (Oldest had ten years of piano and five of viola, Middle has had eight years of voice, and The Boy is on his 6th year of voice. 437 more words

Family Life

Critical Writing

Module:

• Part of my course this year I have elected to take part in a Critical Writing course, where I am taught how to analyse performances and offer my opinion in a critical way. 563 more words

Charlotte Hoather

The Classical Music Calendar: 10/20-10/26

It’s an incredibly busy week in Knoxville’s classical music scene.
Note: “UT SOM” = University of Tennessee School of Music

Monday, October 20

Los Angeles Piano Quartet, UT SOM… 266 more words

Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

About Notes&Notes

Frances Wilson writes:

‘Notes&Notes’ with Graham Fitch was the launch of a new concert concept for the South London Concert Series (which I run with my pianist friend and colleague Lorraine Liyanage). 474 more words

Classical Music

The building is on fire / Mitsuko Uchida at the Royal Festival Hall

Franz Schubert: 4 Impromptus, D.935

Interval

Ludwig Van Beethoven: 33 Variations on a waltz by Diabelli, Op.120

http://www.mitsukouchida.com

http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/mitsuko-uchida-161014-81514

One of the many reasons Mitsuko Uchida is the greatest pianist alive, is because she delivers every time, all the time and she chooses truly intelligent programmes. 696 more words

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