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Yekaterina Osmolkina, Igor Kolb, Filipp Stepin and Alexey Popov

Yekaterina Osmolkina, Igor Kolb, Filipp Stepin and Alexey Popov, “Romeo and Juliet” choreography by Prokofiev/Lavrovsky, Mariinsky Ballet (November 22, 2014 at Mariinsky II)

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Salon Branoul: Anna Akhmatova, Prokofiev, Shostakovich

This time, it was not a hurricane which caused my bike to swerve (see: WWII poems.) In one of the small alleyways, two young men needed all the space it offered. 456 more words


RNCM Symphony Orchestra

RNCM Symphony Orchestra

RNCM Concert Hall, 14 November 2014

An immensely enjoyable concert which featured works by Berlioz and Prokofiev, two of which were inspired by Shakespeare’s plays. 117 more words

Music Review

Sergei Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky

The fall of 1976 was a heady time for me as I started hanging around two geniuses in my college town. (See story below today’s piece.) One of them introduced me to today’s piece by Prokofiev. 1,388 more words

Russian Composers

Russian Classics

Wednesday 12th November 2014 at 7.30pm

Symphony Hall, Birmingham +44 (0)121 345 0600

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Gustavo Gimeno  conductor
Simon Trpceski  piano

Tchaikovsky: Overture: Romeo and Juliet 21′ … 609 more words


The Second Concert of Our Local Symphony

The music director/conductor of our local symphony seems to want to inject some life to symphony concerts which to some may appear moribund. This year, the basic theme of the season is called “Musical Stories.” 211 more words


Romantic Bruckner (APO) & Opulence (NZSO)

I know I haven’t posted anything for a trillion years, so here it is, a double review of Auckland Philharmonia’s concert Romantic Bruckner (Nov 6) and New Zealand Symphony’s… 963 more words

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