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A look at CPR Classical's 2015 SummerFest broadcasts, focusing on summer classical music festivals around Colorado. Featured festivals include the Aspen Music Festival and School, Bravo! Vail, Central City Opera, Colorado Music Festival in Boulder and Colorado College Summer Music Festival. View the 2015 SummerFest broadcast schedule here: https://cprclassical.org/story/summerfest-2015-schedule-exclusive-live-broadcasts-colorado-classical-music Read about Colorado's summer classical music festivals here: https://cprclassical.org/story/colorado-classical-music-fan-s-2015-guide-summer-festivals
Ian plays with The Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt.
Author and guest lecturer Paul Robinson interviews Maestro Jaap van Zweden, music director of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO), at Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival, July 2010. Listen to the DSO: http://www.dallassymphony.com/DSOLive.aspx Paul Robinson: http://www.scena.org http://theartoftheconductor.com/news/classical-music-guest-speaker-paul-e-robinson/ Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival: http://www.vailmusicfestival.org/
Zach Manzi, Clarinet Fellow with the New World Symphony, introduces new ways to hear music in his talk “I’m Not Talking About Classical Music.” Zach is a Clarinet Fellow with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach and has performed summer seasons at the Lucerne Festival Academy in Switzerland, the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado, and the Brevard Music Institute in North Carolina. A passionate educator, he was one of twenty students awarded a Morse Teaching Artist Fellowship in 2014, with which he taught music to third graders in an underserved New York City public school. Zach received his Bachelor of Music from The Juilliard School in 2015. When away from the clarinet, Zach enjoys writing, traveling, and being outdoors. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference forma...
"Beautiful Colorado," a euphonium solo composed by Joseph DeLuca, is performed by Willow Howard, a freshman music major at Baylor University under the instruction of Dr. Kent Eshelman. Performed on October 25, 2012, at the Baylor School of Music's Tuba/Euphonium Studio Recital. Accompanied by Joyce Ridenour on piano.
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MetalSucks' own Emperor Rhombus plays some metal for fans seeing the Colorado Symphony Orchestra at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Subscribe to MetalSucks on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1lVGsJS FOLLOW US: Website: http://www.metalsucks.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metalsux Twitter: https://twitter.com/metalsucks Instagram: http://instagram.com/metalsucksofficial
A five minute STRESS reliever mind candy for your eyes, brain and soul. This is a very relaxing video mix of spectacular Colorado nature landscapes from the fine art photography iGallery of Bo Insogna http://www.BoInsogna.com piano music by Beethoven. Hope you enjoy. For more please subscribe, like and share. Very much appreciated! Video and images are under the (C) copyright all rights reserved by photographer James “Bo” Insogna
Classics at CU Boulder covers Greek and Latin languages and literature, Greek and Roman history, Greek, Roman, Persian, Mesopotamian and Egyptian art and archaeology, ancient mythology and religion, and ancient literature taught in translation. With thirteen faculty members in the department we offer our students special funding opportunities, individual attention, and outstanding teaching. Classics is a multicultural, interdisciplinary field that provides access to three continents of the ancient world; Classics helps us understand who and why we are, and where we might be going. Check out CU Classics today! http://classics.colorado.edu/
Friday, February 7 at 8 pm Lone Tree Arts Center Scott O'Neil, resident conductor This exciting concert explores the elements of classicism both in music and architecture. Featuring commentary by a local architect and the Symphony's resident conductor Scott O'Neil, this multi-media performance introduces the classic style for both the ears and eyes with distinct examples from the classical greats including Haydn and Mozart. Click below for more information, or to purchase tickets from the Lone Tree Arts Center website or call 720.509.1000. www.lonetreeartscenter.org
Fort Collins Chamber Music Society (FCCMS) is an exciting new organization of classically-trained professional musicians dedicated to performing high-quality chamber music in non-traditional settings. Learn more at http://www.fcchambermusic.org/
Me in my room with my banjo.
Classical martial arts training develops proper body mechanics, form and technique. Gain focus, discipline, strength, coordination and flexibility with this type of training. Without it we're missing a major part of the arts , however, if that's all we do we're nothing more than dancers in Karate uniforms.
Steve Hackman talked about the show, which features pairings of classical and pop artists.