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Redlands Symphony Orchestra

Redlands Symphony Orchestra, which is directed by Jon Robertson, would show a concert of music from Norway and Finland on 25th January, at 8 pm in University of Redlands Memorial Chapel. The concert would start with Jean Sibelius’ Finlandia. After that, Lisa Leonard, pianist, would join the orchestra to do Edvard Grieg’s Piano Concerto, and the orchestra would resolve with Sibelius’ Symphony number two.


University of Delaware Symphony Orchestra

University of Delaware Symphony Orchestra would be boasted in a concert presentation with Richard Wagner’s work on Friday, 11th Oct., in Mitchell Hall at 8 pm. The concert will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Wagner. It would feature Gottfried Wagner, well known music historian as well as the composer’s direct descendant.


Minnesota Orchestra cannot be sustained

It is almost a year that music died in Minneapolis’ Orchestra Hall. During that period, the animosity between the management of Minnesota Orchestra and the locked-out musicians has deepened. Even U.S. Sen. George Mitchell could not bring the sides together. If things do not alter in the next few days, music would not return.


Nick Hilscher's love for Glenn Miller Orchestra

Nick Hilscher was just eleven years old when he started loving the music of Glenn Miller Orchestra. - thanks to the film The Glenn Miller Story. Nick is 36 now and he is the male vocalist and the music director with the band. He told that as a kid he had an immediate connection with it.

He recently stated that this was the ultimate swing feel and it just struck a chord with him. He loved the feel of the music, he loved the compositions which had been written and that was it. An immediate favorite for him was 'Moonlight Serenade' and after that his passion grew.


Welser-Most falls ill during a performance

Franz Welser-Most, the Cleveland Orchestra music director, is recovering at his house in Austria after he fall ill on Sunday during a stage performance at Vienna State Opera.

A spokesperson for the Cleveland orchestra stated that Welser Most was laid low by acute lower back pain and he was seen by a doctor during the intermission at an event at the Vienna State Opera, the place where the conductor also works as general music director.