- The Joy of Modern & Traditional Music
- Hidden Valley Ends its Master Artist Series with cellist Mark Kosower in recital
- Celebration Choir: Walkin’ Together — Changing Our World
- Elastic Brio: Menlo’s Overture Concert
- Pianist Ko-Eun Yi at the Aptos Keyboard Series at St. John’s
- Masterful: [email protected]’s Concert Program V
- Sonorous Sweep: The Romantic Revolution at Menlo
- CBF 2019: Virginia Best Adams Masterclass Showcase
- CBF 2019: Signs and Seasons
- CBF 2019: Sacred Treasures of Spain and England
- CBF 2019: Chamber Concert — Viennese Matinee
- CBF 2019: Christmas at the Mission
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|Now instead of stressful one on one auditions for Aria, you can now audition in a group of ladies and not have to be by yourself! Just come to the first rehearsal of the current concert season on Tuesday August 27 from 7:00pm – 9:30pm and sing with Aria, then stay for a short group hearing. That’s all. No more one on one, scary, stressful auditions. Aria sings 3 concert per year, and you can sing any one or all 3 of those concerts. You do not have to commit to the full year! We have between 10-12 rehearsals for each concert and you can pick the concerts you want, or yes, you can sing all three if you want!|
Sign Ups for the group audition are needed. We just need to know if you are coming! Click on the link below to sign up for a group audition!
Ensemble Monterey, which likes to advertise that its mission is to bring you “the best music you’ve never heard, has announced its new concert season for 2019-2020.
Concert 1 – Songs for Fall – September 28 and 29, 2019
Barber – Knoxville, Summer 1915 – Diane Syrcle, Soprano Soloist
Hahn – Concerto Provençal
McGushen – A Queer Alphabet – Diane Syrcle, Soprano Soloist
Rubbra – Suite from the Buddha
Hahn – A Cloris – Peter Lemberg – English Horn Soloist
Since 1927 the Carmel Music Society has presented concerts by more that 500 great classical music artists and ensembles from around the world, and its 93rd Season continues this long tradition. Welcomed back are three Carmel Favorites: British violinist Daniel Hope, Russian pianist Olga Kern, and Nicolas McGegan plus the Philharmonia Baroque Chamber Players, with soprano Sherezade Panthaki. New to its series are the young British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor, the Modigliani String Quartet from Paris, and American pianist Vanessa Perez.
Especially impressive this season is the Carmel Music Society’s spectacular new web page (https://www.carmelmusic.org/) redesigned by David Gordon, containing not only in-depth details about each event, but with links to performances and interviews by each performer.