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Review: Regina Symphony Orchestra provides food for the soul with Romantic Piano

Love and romance can be described in many different ways but when it came to the emotion in the Regina Symphony Orchestra’s Romantic Piano, Maestro Victor Sawa went with a down to earth depiction. 533 more words


Saturday, November 28th

never enough

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), Symphony No. 3 (Eroica); Vienna Philharmonic (Leonard Bernstein, cond.), live



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Beethoven delayed writing a symphony until 1799–1800, when he was thirty years old and firmly established in Viennese circles as the successful composer of piano and chamber works.

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Music Clip Of The Day

Book of da Week: The Ninth - Beethoven and the World in 1824

The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824 is, as you’d expect, about Beethoven’s infamous, famous, and legendary Ninth Symphony. Let’s not mess around here, we’re going to state his work is arguably the finest piece of music ever written. 620 more words


Regina Symphony Orchestra delving into the romantic era of the piano

The piano, one of the most famous musical instruments utilized in the last couple centuries, has been showcased all over Regina this month as part of the Regina Symphony Orchestra’s Piano Festival. 614 more words


Jindong Cai on Beethoven in China

Jindong Cai on Beethoven in China

Jindong Cai, 59, is an orchestra conductor and a professor at Stanford University. He has conducted many orchestras in…

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Music review: Massicotte's dynamic palette delivers

Steven Massicotte
Tabaret Hall, uOttawa
Reviewed Saturday night

Saturday was a busy night on the classical scene in the Capital. The choices included a Messiah at St Matthew’s Anglican Church, an all-Brahms recital with NACO principal viola Jethro Marks and U of O profs Paul Marleyn (cello) and Mauro Bertoli (piano), a solo piano recital by a young up-and-comer from Montreal, and another instalment in NACO’s “off-Southam” WolfGANG sessions hosted by the Mercury Lounge, not to mention concerts in Gatineau and Kanata. 303 more words


In Deutsch Denken, Dichten und Forschen

Deutschland ist das Land der Dichter und Denker, sagt man – aber wer außer Schiller und Goethe hat noch Deutsch gesprochen? Die Klasse Rot 7/8 hatte die Aufgabe, das herauszufinden. 1,421 more words