Oregon Bach Festival
The Register Guard Newspaper wrote a comprehensive summary of the OBF’s many performances and events during its 2019 festival. Also, premier gold tickets to OBF’s upcoming season are now on sale! Gold Tickets offer a subscription to all OBF concerts and other perks so you don’t miss a minute of Bach and the Bach-inspired this summer.
Allentown Symphony Orchestra / Miller Symphony Hall
Did you miss ASO's family concert To the Moon and Back? See it again, at 6pm Sunday on Service Electric Cable TV, Inc.
On Sunday, the ASO wraps up its 10th annual Young Musician String Festival at Miller Symphony Hall with a free concert to showcase the kids’ skills. Also the ASO’s children outreach program El Sistema Lehigh Valley Orchestra and Choir will perform a pops-themed performance that is free and open to the public.
Portland Piano International
Are you ready for Piano Day 2019? Visit pianodaypdx.org to sign up and play on the 88th day of the year! They have all the details on its website, and don’t miss PPI’s preview from the renowned Marc-André Hamelin!
Philadelphia Young Pianists' Academy
Carl Topilow, conductor
Imagine an evening of listening to the songs that linger in your memory and that have become the music of your life. These songs will be part of this weekend’s performance with The Cleveland Pops Orchestra and wonderful guest vocalist Capathia Jenkins, celebrating the Great American Songbook.
Timothy Myers, conductor
Timothy announced he will be part of Wexford Festival Opera during the upcoming festival! He will be part of one of the main events: Don Quichotte by Jules Massenet, joining forces with director Rodula Gaitanou for Wexford's 10th production by the French composer.
He also released a video describing his range of repertoire and the difference between a classic opera (Mozart, Verdi, etc.) and a world premiere of a new opera, in anticipation of Minnesota Opera’s premiere of The Fix.
Ching-Yun Hu, piano
Ching-Yun was able to enjoy the beautiful winter landscape of Montana this week during wonderful concerts with the Bozeman Symphony Orchestra & Symphonic Choir, conducted by Elliot Moore, in Tchaikovsky’s Concerto No. 1. “The audience was so fantastic!” she said.
Frank Huang, piano
In you missed it, view Frank’s online concert series, Rallentando. This week he performed an installation of this innovative series titled “An Evening of Solo Piano Music of Nikolai Medtner”, it featured Sonata Triad, Op. 11, No. 3 in C Major as well as Fairy Tales, Op. 26 and Op. 20.