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By Courtney's Stars of Tomorrow
Courtney's Stars of Tomorrow: Celebrating a King concerts featuring Grace Bumbry Legendary mezzo-soprano Grace Bumbry to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in special concerts

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Annual competition for young professional and pre-professional pianists will be adjudicated by all-star jury panel, offers solo concert engagement and thousands in cash prizes. Applications due by Dec. 15, 2014. dcspianocompetition.org

By Jade Media
100 Houstonians will witness Concert Pianist Jade Simmons go from Rachmaninoff to Rap in first -Romejji Sessions concert, Nov. 2nd, 2014 at Lone Star College-Kingwood, 7:30pm. Tickets are $15 at the door. Reserve your seat at management@jademedia.org

By Dranoff 2 Piano
Dranoff 2 Piano Foundation begins its 28th Season presenting the top young duo pianists from around the globe.

By New Westchester Symphony Orchestra
New Westchester Symphony Orchestra brings together musicians ages 10 to 86 in a concert open to players of all ages and abilities.

By Patrick D. McCoy
Having moderated talks about the arts at institutions such as The Kennedy Center and University of California at Irvine, Patrick D. McCoy has been tapped for the Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC.

By Miami International Piano Festival
The Miami International Piano Festival announces a series of new and exhilarating musical performances. Established in 1998, the Festival will again debut several of the most talented up and coming musicians.

By SunVic Productions
One of the world’s greatest conductors Zubin Mehta, will conduct the highly acclaimed Israel Philharmonic Orchestra on 11 November 2014 at the MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Local high school and college students are invited to learn from renowned performers Alex McDonald and Marcy McDonald on Sept. 14 at Steinway Hall – Dallas. Nominations are due September 10 at www.DallasChamberSymphony.org/alex

By The Boulder Concert Band
The Boulder Concert Band, a nonprofit, premier adult community band, today announced that William Kinne has been selected as its conductor and musical director for the 2014-2015 concert season.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Renowned local pianist, Alex McDonald, will perform Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with trumpet soloist Oscar Garcia Montoya; DCS will also perform Dvorak and Warlock. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org

By Chicago Arts Orchestra
Music of the Enlightenment Series Finale Sept. 6 Caps Milestone Year for CAO

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS expands its concert season, announces a new collaborative partnership, and presents an exciting all-star lineup of local soloists. Subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org.

By Cooperstown Summer Music Festival
Top Classical and Jazz Artists perform in Cooperstown, NY August 6-24

By New Westchester Symphony Orchestra
New Westchester Symphony Orchestra (www.newsymphony.org) invites young instrumentalists to play in an audition-free, amateur orchestra in its inaugural Intergenerational Concert on Sunday, October 26, 2014. No auditions required!

By Westchester Philharmonic
Conductor Ryan McAdams, Violinist Tai Murray, and Westchester Philharmonic in Works of Ligeti, Mendelssohn and Brahms. Father’s Day BBQ Bash with the artists to follow the concert!

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Saturday, May 31 at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall in Boston at 8 PM

By Early Music Now
Early Music Now’s 28th season reflects the variety of programming and the quality of performers that have built its national reputation over the past 27 seasons.

By Animato Strings
Following its successful debut in 2013, Animato Strings’ Dietrich Lasa is pleased to announce the second Animato International Violin Competition. This competition will be open to violinists who are aged 17 and under.

By Coalition for African Americans in Performing Arts
Arts organization fuses the passion of poetry with the drama of opera at a venue rich with visual stimulation during National Poetry Month in order to benefit African American classical musicians.

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By Courtney's Stars of Tomorrow
Courtney's Stars of Tomorrow: Celebrating a King concerts featuring Grace Bumbry Legendary mezzo-soprano Grace Bumbry to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in special concerts

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Annual competition for young professional and pre-professional pianists will be adjudicated by all-star jury panel, offers solo concert engagement and thousands in cash prizes. Applications due by Dec. 15, 2014. dcspianocompetition.org

By The Maryland Symphony Orchestra
Maryland Symphony Orchestra Commissioned Piano Concerto to be Presented November 8th and 9th

By The Chicago Bach Ensemble.
The Chicago Bach Ensemble is the recipient of a grant by The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS continues to showcase young and dynamic talent with performances by Violinist Chloé Trevor and Winner of the Second Annual Dallas International Piano Competition Kyle Orth. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org

By Jade Media
100 Houstonians will witness Concert Pianist Jade Simmons go from Rachmaninoff to Rap in first -Romejji Sessions concert, Nov. 2nd, 2014 at Lone Star College-Kingwood, 7:30pm. Tickets are $15 at the door. Reserve your seat at management@jademedia.org

By Dranoff 2 Piano
Dranoff 2 Piano Foundation begins its 28th Season presenting the top young duo pianists from around the globe.

By New Westchester Symphony Orchestra
New Westchester Symphony Orchestra brings together musicians ages 10 to 86 in a concert open to players of all ages and abilities.

By Patrick D. McCoy
Having moderated talks about the arts at institutions such as The Kennedy Center and University of California at Irvine, Patrick D. McCoy has been tapped for the Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC.

By Miami International Piano Festival
The Miami International Piano Festival announces a series of new and exhilarating musical performances. Established in 1998, the Festival will again debut several of the most talented up and coming musicians.

By SunVic Productions
One of the world’s greatest conductors Zubin Mehta, will conduct the highly acclaimed Israel Philharmonic Orchestra on 11 November 2014 at the MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Local high school and college students are invited to learn from renowned performers Alex McDonald and Marcy McDonald on Sept. 14 at Steinway Hall – Dallas. Nominations are due September 10 at www.DallasChamberSymphony.org/alex

By The Boulder Concert Band
The Boulder Concert Band, a nonprofit, premier adult community band, today announced that William Kinne has been selected as its conductor and musical director for the 2014-2015 concert season.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Renowned local pianist, Alex McDonald, will perform Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 1 with trumpet soloist Oscar Garcia Montoya; DCS will also perform Dvorak and Warlock. Tickets, subscription packages available at dallaschambersymphony.org

By Chicago Arts Orchestra
Music of the Enlightenment Series Finale Sept. 6 Caps Milestone Year for CAO

By Chatterbox
Come celebrate The Colors of Music during the Monterey Symphony’s 2014/15 Season

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
DCS expands its concert season, announces a new collaborative partnership, and presents an exciting all-star lineup of local soloists. Subscription packages available at www.dallaschambersymphony.org.

By Cooperstown Summer Music Festival
Top Classical and Jazz Artists perform in Cooperstown, NY August 6-24

By New Westchester Symphony Orchestra
New Westchester Symphony Orchestra (www.newsymphony.org) invites young instrumentalists to play in an audition-free, amateur orchestra in its inaugural Intergenerational Concert on Sunday, October 26, 2014. No auditions required!

By Westchester Philharmonic
Conductor Ryan McAdams, Violinist Tai Murray, and Westchester Philharmonic in Works of Ligeti, Mendelssohn and Brahms. Father’s Day BBQ Bash with the artists to follow the concert!

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Saturday, May 31 at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall in Boston at 8 PM

By Early Music Now
Early Music Now’s 28th season reflects the variety of programming and the quality of performers that have built its national reputation over the past 27 seasons.

By Animato Strings
Following its successful debut in 2013, Animato Strings’ Dietrich Lasa is pleased to announce the second Animato International Violin Competition. This competition will be open to violinists who are aged 17 and under.

By Coalition for African Americans in Performing Arts
Arts organization fuses the passion of poetry with the drama of opera at a venue rich with visual stimulation during National Poetry Month in order to benefit African American classical musicians.

By Dranoff 2 Piano Foundation
Jazz concert features duo Stephanie and Saar and premieres Martin Bejerano’s “Fantasía de Tres Mundos for 2 pianos”, a new two-piano work commissioned by the Dranoff in conjunction with Bacardi USA

By Chorus pro Musica
Sunday, March 2 at Old South Church, Boston, Massachusetts at 3 PM

By pine manor 401
Chicago Arts Orchestra Resurrects Treasure Trove of Spanish Colonial Music for 2014 Season. The Kapelle of Concordia University Chicago join the CAO in two performances of Rediscovered Treasures IV Music of 18th-Century Spain and Mexico.

By California Symphony
Join the California Symphony at the Lesher Center in Walnut Creek on February 11

By InterHarmony International Music Festival
World Premiere of Thomas Fortmann's "Sonata for Quintcello" Helps Celebrate Cellist Misha Quint's 25th Year in the United States

By Arizona Pro Arte Ensemble
Special ticket deal offers free tickets for students 18 & under and half price tickets to parents to hear world premiere of Norby’s “Four Ideas for Orchestra”

By The Texas Tenors
More than 100 million people from around the world tuned in to see The Texas Tenors become “The #1 Vocal Group in the history of "America’s Got Talent."  Winning the hearts of millions, The Texas Tenors burst onto the national scene and never...

By Monmouth Conservatory of Music
Monmouth Conservatory of Music Special Performance The Monmouth Conservatory of Music, in Red Bank, NJ, presented a special performance on November 10th.

By Santanu Roy ( secretary)
India's well known Artist Amar Singha, starting a unique series of painting, on Indian classical music.

By Dean Kropp
Two respected music teachers and musicians from the Liguria region in Italy bring both their music and their interest in music education to New York City.

By InterHarmony International Music Festival
Concert is first of three at Weill to be presented by InterHarmony International Music Festival

By Cedeno Consulting
The Lake Norman Orchestra will present a Holiday Dinner and Concert Gala with special guest performers!

By Dranoff 2 Piano
“THE POWER OF TWO” Chicago--The Dranoff International 2 Piano Foundation and WFMT Radio Network announced today that a new documentary about the 12th Dranoff International 2 Piano Competition is in production and will be released this fall for...

By Sharon Ruchman
Sharon Ruchman of Washington, Connecticut, a prolific classical music composer and pianist, has released her sixth CD titled, "A Bit of Tango and More.....", as a departure from her original and traditional classical music compositions to date.

By Dallas Chamber Symphony
Three renowned film composers will have their new soundtracks performed live to film, in a concert featuring classic film stars Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd. Purchase tickets for the Nov. 19 event at www.dallaschambersymphony.org.

By Open Classical
Dallas based musical arts organization, Open Classical will present a FREE Halloween Special, Night of the Living Dead Composers on the main stage pavilion in Klyde Warren Park on Saturday, October 26th, 6:30 – 9pm.

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Featuring HaeSun Paik, Yeesun Kim, Nicholas Kitchen, June Han and Julianne Lee on Friday, December 6, 8 PM

By Sono Luminus
Brazilian countertenor José Lemos teams up with harpsichordist Jory Vinikour and theorbist Deborah Fox for Io Vidi in Terra, an album of Italian Baroque songs.

By Sue Auclair Promotions
Opening Concert on Sunday, October 20, 2013 at NEC's Jordan Hall

By Americas Musicworks
The renowned duo “2” (Peter H. Bloom, flutes; Mary Jane Rupert, piano & harp) performs at Harper College (Palatine IL), Dordt College (Sioux Center IA), Carleton College (Northfield MN), Northern State University (Aberdeen SD), other venues.

By BIG ARTS
BIG ARTS is accepting applications for its Classical Music Scholarship Award. Florida high school and college students who have professional goals to pursue classical musical instruments, composition, and conducting may apply. Deadline is October 4.

By Sue Auclair Promotions
40 Years Worth Singing About! Priority Subscriptions Are On Sale Now

By Monmouth Conservatory of Music
The Monmouth Conservatory of Music, in Red Bank, NJ has announced its concert series for the 2013 – 2014 season. The first concert is scheduled for Sat., Sept. 21st at 4PM, featuring award winning Armenian pianist and composer Karén Hakobyan.

By Caramoor
October 4 opens with The Chuchito Valdés Trio and the Gonzalo Rubalcaba & Edmar Castañeda Duo October 5 features the highly-acclaimed orchestra, The Knights, and the New York premiere of Concerto for Santur and Violin

By Cedeno Consulting
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- The Lake Norman Orchestra (LKNO), conducted by Eduardo Cedeño, will present a commemorative concert on Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 7:30 PM. in tribute to the memory of September 11, 2001 and our First Responders.

By Sono Luminus
Julliard graduates, cellist Meta Weiss and violinist Arianna Warsaw-Fan, team up as duoW for the album Entendre, an album featuring music of Kodaly and Ravel, as well as a new arrangement of Sousa’s The Starts & Stripes Forever.



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