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Composer: Paulus, Stephen (1949-2014)

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Year of birth1949
Year of death2014
NationalityUnited States
Period20th century
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EdinburghTo Absent Friends

Bruckner, Poulenc, Vaughan Williams, Berkeley, Parry, Paulus, Bennett, Elgar, Holst
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AtlantaClassical Fairy Tales

Ravel, Paulus
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Moving Artists of glo; Lauri Stallings
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Cleveland première for Paulus’ Grand Concerto

Giancarlo Guerrero © Tony Matula
The Thanksgiving weekend concert conducted by Giancarlo Guerrero, also included a dramatic reading of Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and Copland’s El Salón México.
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Cleveland Orchestra première Paulus' Third Violin Concerto with William Preucil

Stephen Paulus  ©  Sharolyn Hagen Photography

The Cleveland Orchestra was in top form at its Severance Hall concert on Thursday, under the direction of Giancarlo Guerrero, with the orchestra’s concertmaster William Preucil as soloist in the world première of Stephen Paulus’ Violin Concerto no. 3. Mr. Guerrero is the Music Director of the Nashville Symphony and is the Principal Guest Conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra Miami (the orchestra’s annual multi-week winter residence in Miami, Florida). As such, Mr. Guerrero works with the orchestra regularly, and he seemed to have more rapport with the musicians than most of the one-week guests who appear. Indeed, this was the most dynamic performance that the group has given so far this season, full of passion, but sensitive to the details of the music.

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John Daly Goodwin Bids Farewell to the New York Choral Society

John Daly Goodwin
After 25 years at the helm, John Daly Goodwin, Music Director of the New York Choral Society (NYCS), gave his final concert Friday night at Carnegie Hall.
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