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Storytelling through dynamic music for orchestra and choir complemented by dance comes to the fore in this vivid program.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic opened its January 2017 concert with Michael Torke’s Ash.
In response to the One October tragedy, the Las Vegas Philharmonic dedicated its October concert to the Las Vegas community.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic launched its 2016-17 concert season with Kevin Beavers’ Bright Sky.
Hear Gabriella Lena Frank’s Three Latin American Dances, Strauss’s swan song, and Tchaikovsky’s 4th symphony.
Hear three of Kurt Weill's most prominent works including Symphonic Nocturne from Lady in the Dark, his 2nd Symphony and Seven Deadly Sins.
Every summer since 1895, orchestras have performed casual classical concerts, known as Proms concerts, in the heart of London. The tradition is underway right now.
After two decades of making beautiful music, the Las Vegas Philharmonic aims for higher notes.
The Las Vegas’s broadcast season concluded on Classical 89.7 this past weekend with one of the greatest of all piano concertos.
We are thrilled to showcase the most memorable performances of the 2017 BBC Proms, the UK's annual celebration of classical music.
“Conducting is not only moving your arms!” she jokes.
Not all classical music is, shall we say, classic
On Monday, February 27 on All Things Considered, the National Symphony Orchestra is coming to NPR to provide the music -- LIVE from Studio One.
KNPR talks with Damaris Morales of The Zirna Trio, a Las Vegas-based group. This weekend, the group will be performing the works of neglected women classical composers Fanny Mendelssohn, Melanie Bonis, and Amy Beach.
Led by Music Director Osmo Vänskä, Minnesota Orchestra performances in Havana will be broadcast live throughout Cuba, and across the U.S.; delayed broadcasts will be available via European Broadcas