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Classical Countdown 2018

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Help us make a list of 250 of YOUR favorite pieces of music.

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Berkshire Opera Festival Artistic Director talks Verdi's Rigoletto

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Berkshire Opera Festival Artistic Director and co-founder, Brian Garman, talks Verdi's Rigoletto.

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Conversation and Performance with Lake George Music Festival Co-Founders

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Rob Brown sits down for a conversation and performance with Lake George Music Festival Co-Founders Alexander Lombard & Barbora Kolarova.

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Leonard Bernstein

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American composer, conductor, author, educator, and pianist. He was among the first conductors to be born and educated in the U.S.

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Interview with Inbal Segev and Juho Pohjonen on WMHT-FM

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We spoke with them about all of the excitement and their different approaches to music making.

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Alexander Platt on Maverick Concerts' new season

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We spoke with Alexander Platt, Maverick’s Artisitic Director, about the season.

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Lawrence Edelson on the new season at Opera Saratoga

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Lawrence Edelson, Opera Saratoga’s Artistic Director, discussed the 4 works running in repertory this season at the SPA Little Theater.

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Maverick Trio Con Brio Tickets

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See Trio con Brio Copenhagen at Maverick Concerts on July 1 at 4pm.

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Maurice Ravel

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Best known for his compositions: “Bolero,” “Daphnis and Chloé,” “Rhapsody Espagnol,” “Le Tombeau de Couperin” and his orchestral arrangement of Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.”

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William Jon Gray and Dave Johnson on the “Gift of Life”

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Since 1970, the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society has been bringing Capital Region voices together to perform great choral music, enrich the soul, and encourage and empower the next generation of singers.

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Aleda or the Flight of the Suff Bird Women

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An opera in one act by Max Caplan, commissioned and produced by Musicians of Ma’alwyck and paired with The Burden of the Ballot, an original one-act play about Albany’s Anti-Suffrage movement by Krysta Dennis.

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Albany Symphony's American Music Festival

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The Albany Symphony's American Music Festival is back May 31 - June 3, 2018

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Composer Robert Paterson Talks About the Mostly Modern Festival

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There’s a brand new music festival launching this summer—the Mostly Modern Festival.

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Jack Brown of Berkshire Lyric Talks Haydn’s “The Creation”

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Jack Brown, artistic director, and conductor of Berkshire Lyric talked with us about the program.

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Kevin Cole on Gershwin Immersion

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Cole stopped by the studios and played a little Gershwin and told us about the concert.

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NPR Classical News

Anthony Roth Costanzo: A Countertenor For The 21st Century

The resourceful singer is unafraid to bring opera — and his high-flying top notes — to unlikely places, from sixth...

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