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13 HOURS AGO - Huffington Post

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Wendy Whelan's Farewell Performance at NYCB Featured 'After the Rain' Pas de Deux

Tears, flowers and an outpouring of love accompanied Wendy Whelan's farewell performance at the New York City Ballet on Saturday, October 18. Sadly, I was not able to attend, but I heard from friends and balletomanes that it was an awesome night, the kind that brought a community of uber devoted ballet fans, long-time lovers of the NYCB, Whelan aficionados, ...

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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Boychoir's Lasting Impression Is the Transcendental Power of Song and Story

Either at a great symphony hall or at a joyous holiday music program, some of us have been fortunate in our lives to hear an otherworldly choral performance, one that sounds like a morning lark singing "hymns at heaven's gate" as Shakespeare once wrote. Boychoir, a new feel-good, but very real and inspirational drama that screens at the Windsor International ...

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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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From Budapest With Love

New Yorkers expect the best of everything, and recently I had the opportunity to see one of the best: Zoltan Maga, Hungary's most celebrated violin virtuoso, a man who brings Hungarian cultural traditions to the rest of the world. This October, Maga and his unique Budapest Gypsy Orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan for the first time. Their music ...

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OCT 18, 2014 - Soap Opera Digest

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OCT 17, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Symphony review: Barber’s 'Adagio’ is a subtle high point

With its heart-on-sleeve emotionalism and its moody tonal harmonies, the piece is the go-to choice for lazy film scorers in need of a quick infusion of somber reflection. Guest conductor Stéphane Denève and the string players of the San Francisco Symphony settled that question decisively in the affirmative on Thursday night, leading off a concert at the Green Music Center’s ...

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