The MYO and CSO performance of Mahler 2 could not have gone any better. The Wigram Air Force Museum was the perfect mix of excellent acoustic and dramatic atmosphere, with the orchestra playing toe to toe with the larger than life flying machines. 231 more words
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Review by Anthony Bannon
Amanda Mainguy | Staff Photographer
Solo violinist Augustin Hadelich performs an interlude from Dutilleuxâ€™s concerto last Thursday in the Amphitheater.
Sometimes the gap between one tradition, or one era, and another seems just too vast to bridge, to make the connection between the comforts of, say, the familiar older melodies when set against the risks of our moment, in this here and now. Â 1,040 more words
Review byÂ Anthony Bannon
Rachael Le Goubin | Staff Photographer
Cristian Macelaru conducts the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra with Johannes Moser on cello Tuesday.
This young man, his name is Cristian Macelaru, put his brand on the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra Tuesday evening in the Amphitheater. 1,171 more words
I would make another Lord of the Rings joke, but all of the good ones Aragorn.
The early morning two hour bus to Hanmer Springs on Day 5 of the tour ride seemed as if to fly by for I found myself glued to the window in constant awe of the beautiful surroundings north of Christchurch. 542 more words
[Press Release] CSOs celebrate HR resolution of UNHRC, urges the PH government to follow through -ATM
CSOs celebrate HR resolution of UNHRC, urges the PH government to follow through
Human rights (HR) groups and other organizations are celebrating as the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva voted on a resolution to initiate the process to create an international legally binding instrument that will hold transnational corporations (TNCs) accountable to corporate human rights abuses on June 26. 890 more words