Location: The Registry Theatre, 122 Frederick Street, Kitchener ON Canada (22 apr 2012)
Handel - Sonata in C major
Beethoven - Sonata in D, Op. 102, No. 2
Brahms - Sonata in E minor, Op. 38
de Falla - Suite Populaire
Performed in the style of their composers, the performances will include a rare J.B Streicher fortepiano (1851) and a Sebastien-Philippe Bernardel violoncello (1849). A masterclass will follow the April 22nd performance.
Location: Sala Concerti SPMT Piazza Giustiniani 4a – Roma (Italy)
“The 24th edition of the concert series“Musica & Musica“, organized by the Scuola Popolare di Musica di Testaccio, features in its section Suoni Nel Tempo a program of dance music with the Orchestra da Ballo de Il Teatro della Memoria, an ensemble led by Andrea Toschi and specialized in the performance – supported by research on the original arrangements – of the typical Salon Orchestra repertory.“
Anne Delafosse, soprano
Clara Coutouly, soprano
Paulin Bündgen, countertenor
(US) Conference: New Beethoven Research 2012 (31 oct-01 nov 2012) (Call for Papers Deadline: 01 jun 2012)
Location: Sheraton and Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orlean, Louisiana USA
“The University of Alabama School of Music, together with the University of Illinois, Wake Forest University, the American Beethoven Society, the Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies, and San José State University (Prof. Joanna Biermann UA, Prof. William Kinderman UIUC, Prof. David Levy WFU, Prof. William Meredith SJSU) are sponsoring a second fall conference on New Beethoven Research, to be held in New Orleans on October 31 and November 1, 2012.
From the latest LIM newsletter (06 apr 2012):
Libreria Musicale Italiana (LIM) is offering a 15% discount and free shipping for orders placed between Friday (April 6) and Monday (April 9). LIM has quite a few early music titles in its library and publishes new titles on a regular schedule.
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