• “Carol Wincenc celebrates 50 years as a flutist” –

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  • Kent Tritle makes a gift of Bach via Facebook

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  • Oratorio Society of New York season update:

    The May 6, 2020 program featuring the world premiere of the Paul Moravec/Mark Campbell oratorio A Nation of Others, as well as Robert Paterson’s Whitman’s America, has been postponed – Carnegie Hall has cancelled all events through May 10. This program will take place at Carnegie in the fall, on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 8:00 pm, with Kent Tritle, conductor, and soloists including Maeve Hoglund, soprano; Raehann Bryce-Davis, mezzo-soprano; and Joseph Beutel, bass-baritone. Tickets for May 6 will be honored on November 10.

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  • George London Foundation Recital Series update:

    The George London Foundation Recital by Rihab Chaieb and Lawson  Anderson scheduled for April 19, 2020, at The Morgan Library and  Museum has been cancelled. All public events at the Morgan have been suspended through April 30. For more information, ticketholders can email or call the George London Foundation: 646-461-3578, info@georgelondon.org.

    The 2020 George London Award Winners Are Announced

    Sopranos Jessica Faselt and Jana McIntyre, and Mezzo-sopranos Katherine Beck, Lindsay Kate Brown, and Anne Maguire Each Win $10,000 Top Award at the 49th Annual George London Foundation Awards Competition
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  • Bridgehampton Chamber Music season update:

    The March 21, 2020, concert, “Mozart Portrait with Alan Alda,” has been postponed to Saturday, October 10, 2020. The April 18, 2020, concert, “Colorful Winds – Beethoven and More,” has been postponed to Saturday, November 7, 2020.

    More Bridgehampton Chamber Music News
  • “Composer Zwilich adds to her musical legacy with Cello Concerto premiere,” wrote Lawrence Budmen in South Florida Classical Review. Read the full review here.

    “Zwilich’s Snazzy Cello Concerto Soars In Florida,” wrote John Fleming in Classical Voice North America. Read the full review here.

    “The blues haunts Zwilich’s fine new cello concerto,” wrote Dennis Rooney in Palm Beach Arts Paper. Read the full review here.

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