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LondonAcademy Jazz Festival

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AdelaideEmbraceWorld premiere

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Kodály, Cawrse, Dvořák
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra; Elena Schwarz; Claire Edwardes

Mexico CityChamizo, Williams, Debussy, Ravel

Chamizo, Williams, Debussy, Ravel
Orquesta Filarmónica de la UNAM; Iván López Reynoso; Rodrigo Garibay; Roberto Zerquera
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Mediations on the beautiful and the mortal in a Brooklyn cemetery

Aaron Siegel’s suite of songs, delivered by the unearthly American countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, are short, elegant and uncluttered, bringing the vocal works of Ives and Messiaen, or even Purcell, to mind.

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Unexpected surprises and delights for Wet Ink Ensemble

It would be rash to make assumptions about the composer/performer collective based on a single program, but it was still not to notice a divergence from the past in the program of world premieres.

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How it's done: John Zorn celebrates his 60th birthday at the Barbican

John Zorn doesn’t look 60. He looks 35, or whatever age it is where you’re still just about young enough to get away with wearing baggy camouflage pants. “And that’s how it’s done!” he yells through his mic at the end of the first half, over huge applause and cheering from this passionate Barbican audience.
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Nate Wooley's Seven Storey Mountain at Issue Project Room

Seven Storey Mountain, the title of Trappist monk Thomas Merton’s autobiography, is a reference to the mountain of purgatory in Dante’s Inferno. It is also, fittingly, the title of trumpeter Nate Wooley’s song cycle – meant to represent “a certain abandon found in religious practice within the confines of a composed work for instrumentalists”.
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Yes ! à l’Athénée, on acquiesce !

Portée par les talents de la Compagnie Les Brigands, l'opérette de Maurice Yvain fait partie des productions à voir pendant les fêtes et jusqu'à la mi-janvier.
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