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The Amherst Symphony Orchestra presents "A Trio of Trumpets" (the BPO's Alex Jokipii, Geoffrey Hardcastle, and Philip Christner) in music from Bizet's Carmen arranged just for them, along with favorites by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Leroy Anderson at the Amherst Middle School, 55 Kings Highway, March 29th at 7pm. Guest Conductor Stefan Sanders of the BPO spoke with WNED and attempts to answer the question "Who are the orchestra's biggest jokers - the trumpet section or the trombones?"
JoAnn Falletta spoke to WNED about trying an experiment during the first weekend of the two-part Beethoven Festival. She has programmed both Beethoven's first symphony and his last, the mighty 9th with chorus and soloists. The two works are separated by 25 years, quite different, but both unmistakably Beethoven. The concerts are Saturday March 21 at 8pm and Sunday March 22 at 2:30pm.
Joining Canada's Elora Festival Singers at Carnegie Hall on March 13th will be Buffalo's Harmonia Chamber Singers. But this weekend, the "HarmoniaCS" will sing "Into Light" - it's a cappella by candlelight - Friday March 6th at 8pm at St. Louis Church, Edward at Main in downtown Buffalo, and Sunday, March 8th at 7pm at St. Peter RC Church in Lewiston. Artistic Director Robert Pacillo speaks about the concept and the venues.
Irish Classical Theatre's Vincent O'Neill talks about Samuel Beckett's radio play "Words and Music" which discusses which is more important in memory - words or music? Vincent plays "Words" while a 7 instrument group represents music as composed by Morton Feldman at the next "Musical Feast." It may be a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience this, Friday March 13 at 8pm at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
With a cappella choral favorites from 13 countries sung in 7 different languages from Latin to Russian to Swahili, Vocalis Chamber Choir presents "Spirit in Sound" Saturday, March 14, 7:30 pm at Parkside Lutheran Church in Buffalo and Sunday, March 15, 4:00 at St. Matthias Church in East Aurora. Vocalis' Music Director James Burritt explains more about the programs.
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