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Composer: Beach, Amy (1867-1944)

May 2018
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New York CityLaureates Of The Sphinx Competition

© Jeff Goldberg
Schumann, Messiaen, Beach, Glière, Foley, Smith, Ravel
Elena Urioste; Gabriel Cabezas; Xavier Foley; Tom Poster

LondonAmericas - Yoko Ono (piano), Clélia Iruzun (piano) & Gabriella Di Laccio (soprano)

Americas - Yoko Ono (piano), Clélia Iruzun (piano) & Gabriella Di Laccio (soprano)
Tacuchian, Cosentino, Mignone, Beach, Estévez, Valcárcel, Ginastera, Fernandez, Guarnieri, Villa-Lobos
Yoko Ono; Clelia Iruzun; Gabriella Di Laccio

LondonLunchtime Concert: Americana '18

Bernstein, Beach, Thomas, Ives, Rorem, Barber
Claire Booth; Andrew Matthews-Owen

StockholmBeach, Saint-Saëns, Schubert

Beach, Saint-Saëns, Schubert
Beach, Saint-Saëns, Schubert
Hanna Dahlkvist; Joakim Agnas; Johannes Lörstad; Nadine Jurdzinski

LondonMusic she wrote

Schumann C., Chaminade, Viardot-García, Holmes, White, Lehmann, Beach, Wieniawski [aka Poldowski], Mahler
Jacqueline Miura; Robyn Koh
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A passionate Beach Piano Quintet

Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra © Chelsea Tischler
The musically meaty Piano Quintet of Amy Beach was the centerpiece of a varied program of works by women composers.
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Deborah Voigt thrills her Oberlin audience despite a throat infection

Deborah Voigt at Oberlin College  ©  Roger Mastroianni
When soprano Deborah Voigt entered the stage of Oberlin College’s Finney Chapel for her recital on Sunday evening, she was every bit the diva, resplendent in a sparkling gold gown, and with the equally grand setting of the chapel’s imposing pipe organ behind her.
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Metropolitan Museum Artists bring Adams and Dvořák to life

Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert; photo  ©  Rahav Segev, The New York Times
The loosely-affiliated Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert, now in its ninth season at the museum, illustrates all that is good about music-making among friends – and even family members. Two sets of siblings and numerous old friends were on stage for a concert of music inspired by the completion of the museum’s new wing of American art.
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Les compositrices pionnières à Montpellier

Edna Stern au festival "Musique à la Cour" © Cédric Azan
Mardi 15 et mercredi 16 juillet, les concerts donnés à 18h dans la Salle Pasteur du Corum étaient consacrés aux compositrices pionnières. Les interprètes ont pris plaisir à sortir de l’ombre des œuvres méconnues, à la beauté inédite : une excellente initiative doublée d’une réalisation impeccable.
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