Current Events/Concerts

De qué se hablaClassical Music

Únase a LibraryThing para publicar.

Current Events/Concerts

Sep 21, 11:47am

Tell us where you've gone, what you've been listening to, etc.!

Sep 21, 11:50am

I just purchased tickets for myself and my 88 year old mother to hear the Columbus Symphony Orchestra's "Russian Winter Festival" featuring American-Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan performing selections from Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff. (They have listed specifically Tchaikovsky's Concerto #3) This is my Christmas present to my mother. She studied piano at college in the early 1950's.

Sep 21, 12:02pm

Most recently, I went to "Baroque in the Park", Music of the Baroque's 50th anniversary celebration, consisting of excerpts from various pieces that they will be performing in full during their upcoming season. It was an absolutely perfect night, gorgeous weather, gorgeous music.

Editado: Sep 21, 1:10pm

I have no plans to attend performances for a while yet. In Toronto, most of the theatres and ensembles are offering some sort of hybrid subscription.

Over the summer I did discover Bálint Karosi, a keyboardist, who is focussing at present on Bach and improvisation. He's on Patreon and also YouTube.

Editado: Sep 21, 4:11pm

I've been watching a lot of old episodes of Great Performances on PBS Passport.

Plus, Glen Gould channel on Pandora and Holst's 'Planets' on vinyl... and Performance Today on NPR... always something good on. :D