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Guide to Classical Music, Opera and Dance in the United States

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AtlantaPagliacci

Leoncavallo: Pagliacci
Rolando Salazar; Tomer Zvulun; Atlanta Opera; Julia Noulin-Mérat; Joanna Schmink; Richard Trey Smagur; Talise Trevigne

DuluthOrgan Symphony

Duruflé, Saint-Saëns
Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra; Richard Robbins; Stephen Hamilton; DSSO Chorus; Dirk Meyer

New York CityAn die Musik presents: Beethoven

An die Musik presents: Beethoven
Beethoven
Benjamin Harrison, Cello

PhiladelphiaJeremy Denk

Schumann, Schumann C., Mazzoli, Brahms
Jeremy Denk, Piano

SeattleLigeti, Elgar, Beach

Ligeti, Elgar, Beach
Seattle Symphony; Thomas Dausgaard; Alisa Weilerstein
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Seven decades of African American composition in a New Jersey carpark

American Symphony Orchestra Quartet © Jack Grassa

The Americanism in the compositions on the program was culled from American hymns, gospel and pre-jazz social music, with a highlight being the recently rediscovered work of Florence Price. 

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Reimagined: Mozart and more in Atlanta

Inon Barnatan © Marco Borggreve
Inon Barnatan and Robert Spano perform a taut Mozart piano concerto in Atlanta.
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Top-form Mozart and a memorable world premiere

Emanuel Ax and The Philadelphia Orchestra © Jeff Fusco
Soloist Emanuel Ax likened the piano cadenzas in a Mozart concerto to the characters in a Mozart opera, an observation borne out in his detailed, expressive playing.
****1
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PNB proves ballet is for the stage and the screen

Leta Biasucci in Emeralds © Angela Sterling
Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 1 delivers a magnificent first installment of their 2020-2021 virtual season.
****1
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The Cleveland Orchestra emerges triumphant after a six-month pause

Franz Welser-Möst conducts The Cleveland Orchestra © Roger Mastroianni, courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
The familiar qualities of blend and precision were in evidence in familiar works by Respighi and Tchaikovsky, as well as George Walker's thorny but arresting Antifonys
****1
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