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Concert Blog: Midori with the Pittsburgh Symphony

Concert Blog: Midori with the Pittsburgh Symphony

Traveling to Pittsburgh to attend a concert filled with classical music is always like a journey through a magical world filled with spellbinding musical concoctions vividly unwinding before my ears. This evening was no exception, my rendezvous with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Manfred […]

Subtle Supplanted Expectations Expose a Smile

Subtle Supplanted Expectations Expose a Smile

It was again my honor to attend a program at Heinz Hall with conductor Gianandrea Noseda, who just flew in from another concert in New York only minutes before, and Joshua Bell as soloist on violin. First up was the Lalo: Symphonie espagnole for Violin […]

Poise and Musical Freshness: Joshua Bell & Symphonie espagnole

Poise and Musical Freshness: Joshua Bell & Symphonie espagnole

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s concert Saturday night displayed a many-colored palette of soloistic music-making textures from every player. The true soloist of the evening was Joshua Bell in his presentation of Lalo’s Symphonie espagnole. There may not be a violinist alive with his versatility at […]


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