Articles by Julie Amacher

New Classical Tracks: Inspired by Warsaw Article

Pianist Piotr Anderszewski took a sabbatical to find that inspiration, spending his days walking around Warsaw with a camera. Ultimately, the time off inspired Anderszewski's latest recording, 'Fantaisies.' Hear about the new album and enter for a chance to win a copy of the CD.

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New Classical Tracks: Osmo Vanska celebrates Sibelius Article

The Minnesota Orchestra, led by Osmo Vanska, have released a recording of the Kullervo Symphony, composed by Vanska's fellow countryman, Jean Sibelius. It's one of three works on a new live recording featuring all Finnish composers. Learn more about the new recording, and enter for a chance to win a copy of the CD.

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New Classical Tracks: Cypress String Quartet add two for Brahms Article

Last spring, the Cypress String Quartet capped off their 20-year career by inviting a few friends and fans to join them at this legendary studio for the making of their live, farewell recording of Johannes Brahms String Sextets.

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New Classical Tracks: Karl Jenkins, 'Cantata Memoria' Article

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the landslide disaster in Aberfan, Wales, that claimed the lives of 116 children and 28 adults, composer Karl Jenkins was commissioned to create the 'Cantata Memoria.' The work is written in two parts: the first tells the story of the tragedy itself, and the second is a journey from darkness to light.

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New Classical Tracks: Benjamin Grosvenor, 'Homages' Article

Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has released 'Homages,' his fourth solo recording. Grosvenor describes it as not only tributes, but a reflection of what he's been doing in recent recitals.

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New Classical Tracks: The Tchaikovsky Project Article

Conductor Semyon Bychkov is currently on tour celebrating the music of Peter Tchaikovsky. Bychkov recently released the first in a new series of recordings entitled 'The Tchaikovsky Project.'

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