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  • Plenty of passion and suprises from Hilary Hahn at Bach Gala recital

     
    Violinist Hilary Hahn loves to mix things up, performing brand new works of vastly different styles shoulder-to-shoulder with the more familiar classics. So it came as no surprise when she informed the audience at Central Moravian Church Saturday night...
  • Van Dyke Parks discusses 'Arrangements,' Skrillex collaboration

     
    The longtime Los Angeles-based music arranger Van Dyke Parks discusses the new collection of his early work, "Arrangements, Vol. 1," as well as his unlikely turn as Skrillex's arranger....
  • Music review: Hilary Hahn brings her encores project to Disney

     
    A review of Hilary Hahn and her encores project at Walt Disney Concert Hall...
  • Composer James Matheson wins Charles Ives award

     
    Compser James Matheson -- whose new violin concerto is a co-commission between the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony -- is the winner of the Charles Ives Living, an award organized by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The prize...
  • L.A. Master Chorale season: Nico Muhly, royal wedding music

     
    The Los Angeles Master Chorale's new season will include music by such prominent composers as Nico Muhly, Peter Lieberson and Judith Weir. It will also feature a piece written for the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in 2011....
  • Saturday's Calendar

    SATURDAY Plant Sale TeWinkle Middle School holds its "Holiday Plant Sale" from 8 a.m. to noon at the TeWinkle campus, 3224 California St., Costa Mesa. Divorcees In This Economy The Women's Institute for Financial Education will offer a free program...
  • John Patitucci at the Ives Concert Hall in Danbury

    John Patitucci at the Ives Concert Hall in Danbury
    Westconn music students are used to jamming with great musicians, but they're going to get a real treat on Friday when bassist John Patitucci stops by to give a master class and then perform alongside them in the Ives Concert Hall (named after composer...
  • The Emerson String Quartet Returns to the Hartt School of Music on Oct. 13

    The Emerson String Quartet Returns to the Hartt School of Music on Oct. 13
    The Emerson String Quartet Oct. 13, Hartt School of Music, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, (860) 768-4451, emersonstringquartet.com   Sixteen years ago, at the opening convocation at the Hartt School of Music's Millard Auditorium, I listened in...
  • The Hartt Contemporary Players Ensemble Honors American Composers Carter, Adams, and Copland

    Contemporary Players Ensemble: Tribute to American Icons Free, 7:30 p.m., March 10, Lincoln Theater, The Hartt School, 200 Bloomfield Ave., West Hartford, (800) 274.8587, harttweb.hartford.edu Imagine your iPod Shuffle is filled entirely with deep...
  • A family trait of making music

    A family trait of making music
    If conductor Jeffrey Kahane led the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with even more vim and vigor than usual during last weekend's concert at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, he had good reason. The program of new and familiar music on Saturday, April 21...
  • 'Hallelujah Junction: Composing an American Life' by John Adams

    'Hallelujah Junction: Composing an American Life' by John Adams
    JOHN ADAMS is the voice of America. His instrumental music, and particularly that for the orchestra, conveys the American experience broadly. He is generous in his interests, which include the maverick Yankee-isms of Charles Ives, the populist strains...
  • Los Angeles Ballet meets 'The Evangelist'

    Los Angeles Ballet meets 'The Evangelist'
    In a warehouse space on a no-frills Westside industrial street, Thordal Christensen, co-artistic director of Los Angeles Ballet, points to a rickety little table. "Welcome to my office," he jokes. "We've been in here four months, so it's still a work...