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New York Composers Circle 2014 at DiMenna

Pictured L to R: Vasko Dukovski, Ismail Lumanovski and composer Peri Mauer

New York Composers Circle Concert
DiMenna Center, NYC
October 24th, 2014
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A Creative Interpretation of Peter Bille Larsen's Sonata 8 (Porcelain Snowflakes)

Dear audience,

As Fall slowly enters the last phase, and falling leaves are covering the ground, winter is almost here.
For those dark evenings, where we are used to open books, and let the storytelling of past times begin, your truly dedicated reporter has drawn from the book of mysteries a small time stamp of romantic fairy telling, a written piece inspired by the Sonata No. 695 more words


Alphabet Soup Blog Challenge: Antonio Salieri

The letter “A”; Person or character of notoriety.

Antonio Salieri

He was born in 1750 and was an Italian composer that wrote acclaimed operas. I came across this gentleman when searching for Amadeus. 43 more words

Alban Berg

The composer Alban Berg lived from 1885 to 1935. He was born and died in Vienna, Austria. He was one of four children born to Conrad, a successful businessman and property owner, and Johanna, a shop keeper. 238 more words

Classical Music

60x60 Latin Mix Looking for Electronica, Dance, Latin Music

60×60 – Submission.

60×60 Latin Mix

Open To: The call is open to all Composers living in Latin America, Composers of Latin American heritage, and/or works that are clearly inspired by Latin American culture/music. 384 more words


Ten Pieces-Getting Children Into Classical Music! BBC Programme

Ten Pieces

An inventive and immersive cinematic film with a mission to inspire a generation of children, mixing performance, live action and animation to explore the wonders of classical music.

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