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Composer: Antheil, George (1900-1959)

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Year of birth1900
Year of death1959
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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CheltenhamBBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists I

BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artists I
Antheil, Bertelsmeier, Charlier, Haydn, Janáček, Saint-Saëns
Calidoré Quartet; Simon Höfele; Frank Dupree; Daniel Storer

StockholmTomas Willstedt, organ recital

Tomas Willstedt, organ recital
Tailleferre, Bach, Antheil
Tomas Willstedt, Organ

ClevelandSchumann's Spring Symphony

Antheil, Britten, Schumann
The Cleveland Orchestra; John Storgårds; Vilde Frang
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Pacific Northwest Ballet in NY

Rachel Foster and James Moore in Tide Harmonic © Angela Sterling
Pacific Northwest Ballet presented an interesting and mostly very good repertory program at the Joyce with standout performances by James Moore and Carla Korbes. These are some of the finest dancers around, espectially the women.
***11
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A transatlantic bridge: The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in Dresden

David Finkel and Wu Han © Christian Steiner
Taking a “transatlantic bridge” as their theme for the evening, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center featured music by Ravel, Gershwin, Korngold and Antheil. 
***11
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Auckland Chamber Orchestra shine in Stravinsky and Dean

Henry Wong Doe
The day before Stravinsky’s 131st birthday, the Auckland Chamber Orchestra and conductor Peter Scholes presented a programme built around the Russian composer’s Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments and featuring works by Lyell Cresswell, George Antheil and Brett Dean. Lyell Cresswell is a New Zealand composer currently living in Scotland.
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Hahn at the Hall

©  Peter Miller
If the Cadogan Hall’s “Celebrity Recital Series” conjures up unwelcome memories of Jordan’s brief career as a singer, never fear: the Hall has attracted a very different type of famous figure. Hilary Hahn is as unlike Katie Price as could be imagined: small, dark and unassuming, you could pass her in the street without a second glance.