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Work: Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op.22

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ComposerBarber, Samuel (1910-1981)
Period20th century
Year1945
Work typeOrchestral
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Weaving tales: Long Yu conducts Scheherazade in Hong Kong

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A globally-connected journey of exoticism: Yu Long delivers with Scheherazade.
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Sumptuous Barber with Weilerstein and the Cleveland

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A rousing Dvořák Symphony no. 8 and that composer’s The Water Sprite filled out a highly satisfying performance.
***11
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Bramwell Tovey leads Cleveland Orchestra première of Barber Cello Concerto at Blossom

A summer season concert at the Blossom Music Center would not be the normal place for The Cleveland Orchestra to give first performances, but through a coincidental oddity of programming, there were two orchestra premières: Samuel Barber’s 1945 Cello Concerto, Op.
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America: Town and Country, with Northern Sinfonia and Nicholas Collon

Three of the four American pieces performed this evening by Northern Sinfonia were written to evoke very particular places, and got me thinking about the evocative power of a well-chosen title.
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Astoria Symphony Orchestra: A gem in New York City’s outer boroughs

Sitting in the seats at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts auditorium in Astoria, the boisterous, catchy tunes of Leonard Bernstein’s Overture to West Side Story rang out. Crisp, clean, and excitedly performed, it was a great start to an evening of what Maestro Silas Nathaniel Huff called ‘Riffs and Dances’.