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by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon May 20th, 2019

Corey Chang’s father loved to play J.S. Bach’s Prelude in C. He sometimes put his two-year old son on his lap when he played in the parlor. Once when he...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat May 18th, 2019

As remains traditional in music, the best is saved for the finale, whether chamber music piece or symphony. And it was so for Crescendo’s season where new and old blended...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon May 13th, 2019

Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 (1895-96) offers the prime Romanic experience: a personal confrontation with Nature. This immersion occurs on both sensuous and spiritual levels. In both cases the immersion...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun May 5th, 2019

On Sunday evening at 7 pm at Lyall Federated Church in Millbrook the Millbrook Community Festival Choir performed a program entitled Heroines, highlighting the work of women choral composers under...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun May 5th, 2019

The Bang Family Concert Series featured pianist Oscar Rodriguez at Smithfield Church in Amenia this past Saturday afternoon in a nineteenth century period concert on a 1866 Steinway grand tuned...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri May 3rd, 2019

On Thursday night The Orchestra Now performed a program of Psalms from four different musical periods and four different nationalities at Stern auditorium in Carnegie Hall. The program was built...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Tue Apr 30th, 2019

The Bard College Community Orchestra last Monday night at Sosnoff Theater performed their annual Spring concert in two parts: Fantasia potpourri and Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony. The first half consisted of...

Music Review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sun Apr 28th, 2019

Benjamin Hochman continued his public recital series of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas this past Saturday afternoon at Bard’s Laszlo Building. Hochman played from memory.

In the prolific spring of 1774 in...

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