Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society is a qualified source of soClassiQ, like AfriClassical or ClassicsToday and many others. The oldest article indexed by soClassiQ is dated 2017-05-02. Since then, a total of 61 articles have been written and published by Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

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With 1 articles published in the last 90 days, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society is currently a not very active news source. "Not very active" does not mean that Philadelphia Chamber Music Society is less interesting than another more prolific source. Each blog follows a specific editorial line, publishing according to its own rhythm.

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The last article in Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, "Virtual Performance & Q&A: Parker Quartet", is dated 2020-05-17. By 2019, this source had published 23 articles (9 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society has published an average of 2 articles per month.

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Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-05-17 00:09:04

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia This week we welcome another husband and wife duo to our virtual performance and interview series: Jessica Bodner and Daniel Chong of the Parker Quartet. Known for their “exceptional virtuosity and imaginative interpretation” (Washington Post), the acclaimed Parkers return to Philadelphia this December after a few years' absence. Their fifth appearance with the Society features two more PCMS. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-05-03 06:01:03

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia It has been wonderful to read your responses to our video interviews and virtual performances with pianists Amy Yang and Shai Wosner. Thank you for watching! This week’s installment features J and Rachel Freivogel, a married couple who are half of the Jasper String Quartet, the fantastic, Philadelphia-based ensemble that returns to PCMS this fall. In the video below,. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-04-26 05:23:38

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Following our initial video Q&A and mini-performance with Amy Yang, this week we present another intimate video portrait of an artist appearing with PCMS this fall – the superb pianist Shai Wosner. Shai's upcoming recital (Dec. 4) marks his eighth appearance with the Society. Born in Israel and educated at Juilliard, he has gone on to have an internationally acclaimed. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-04-12 13:00:12

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Though absent from our concert halls, we have asked several artists who will be performing with PCMS next fall if they might be willing to partake in a short Q&A and share a special mini-performance with us from their homes. To our great delight, the majority have said yes. As many of these artists have. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-04-01 14:00:23

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Quatuor Ebène embarked on their “Beethoven Around the World” tour last year—giving some 40 concerts across 18 countries on all six continents. In conjunction with this tour, they recorded the complete cycle at seven venues—including the Perelman Theater! Although we had to cancel their two scheduled performances with the Society this month, we caught up. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-03-16 14:00:18

Reflections from a Philadelphia Sinfonia Student 

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Over the past several years, the Chamber Music Society has brought a variety of artists to work with Philadelphia Sinfonia musicians. This past fall, when the East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO) performed on our series, they took time on Saturday to coach the Sinfonia's advanced chamber orchestra. Afterwards, Adah Kaplan, an eighth grader who holds. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Reflections from a Philadelphia Sinfonia Student

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-03-02 15:00:14

Artist Interview: Belcea Quartet 

Artist Interview: Belcea Quartet

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia The London-based Belcea Quartet is celebrating their 25th year as a quartet this season! They have made the Beethoven quartets a central part of their standard repertoire, complete with a box set recording of the composer’s full cycle. On two consecutive nights this month, they will sample works from across Beethoven’s entire output. We spoke. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-02-19 20:07:41

Artist Interview: Ana MarĂ­a MartĂ­nez 

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia With an international career that finds her in both opera houses and concert halls, Ana María Martínez brings a program to Philadelphia that we don’t often hear—works by Rodrigo, Granados, Lecuona, de Falla, Moré, and Capó. In addition to promoting these unsung voices, this Grammy Award winner is a passionate advocate of young singers. We. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Artist Interview: Ana MarĂ­a MartĂ­nez

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2020-01-29 19:14:55

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Bridget Kibbey debuts with the Chamber Music Society on February 13 in collaboration with mandolin player Avi Avital. The pairing is a unique one, combining the grace of the harp with the energy of the mandolin. To get the background on this collaboration and their program, we connected with Bridget for a quick interview between. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

2019-12-17 16:01:53

Philadelphia Chamber Music Society - Your Choice for Classical Music in Philadelphia Hana Kim’s work as a projection designer adds a new dimension to the four Perelman Theater concerts during our Emerging Voices Project. Full text translations will be paired with still and moving images, projected on a large screen behind the artists, offering audiences a compelling way to follow the narrative and emotional arc of each. The post appeared first on Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.

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