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  • Publisher: WESH
  • Date: 2019-02-06T17:49:00Z
  • Author: Eric Burris
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‘ ‘ Hindemith’s Octet gets a brilliant revival from New World chamber players

Hindemith’s works used to be orchestral and chamber mainstays but fell off the repertoire radar. Even his popular 1934 symphony, Mathis der Maler, famous also for displeasing Nazi censors, is rarely heard today. Hindemith wrote the Octet for members of the Berlin Philharmonic, and in acknowledgement of Beethoven’s celebrated Septet, but with a second viola added. (Hindemith was himself a distinguished violist and wrote several significant solo works for the instrument.) It was his final chamber score.

Arranged for clarinet, bassoon, horn, violin, two violas, cello and bass, the Octet melds a neo-Baroque sensibility with an angular modernist twist. Demanding for the players individually and in ensemble, the work requires a performance of surpassing brilliance.

Jeff Tweedy Announces Tour Dates In Support Of WARM

After embarking on a North American tour earlier this year and releasing a highly-anticipated memoir’LET’S GO (SO WE CAN GET BACK): A Memoir of Recording and Discording with Wilco, Etc, Jeff Tweedy will once again set out on a series of headlining tour dates at the beginning of 2019.

The announcement comes as the Chicago artist is poised to release his new solo effort’WARM’this Friday. You can read our review here.

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February 27 ‘ Iowa City, IA @ Englert Theatre February 28 ‘ St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant March 1 ‘ Oklahoma City, OK @ Page Woodson Theater March 3 ‘ Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre March 4 ‘ Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre March 7 ‘ Germantown, TN @ Germantown Performing Arts Center March 8 ‘ Birmingham, AL @ Lyric Theatre March 9 ‘ Macon, GA @ Hargray Capitol Theatre March 11 ‘ Ponte Vedra, FL @ Ponte Vedra Concert Hall March 14 ‘ Tampa, FL @ Tampa Theatre March 15 ‘ Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ The Parker Playhouse March 17 ‘ Orlando, FL @ The Plaza Live Theatre March 19 ‘ Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel March 20 ‘ Nashville, TN @ James K. Polk Theater March 21 ‘ Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room @ Old National Centre April 12 ‘ Savannah, GA @ Lucas Theatre for the Arts April 13 ‘ Decatur, GA @ Amplify Decatur Music Festival

  • Publisher: American Songwriter
  • Date: 2018-11-27T22:30:21+00:00
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Police protection, robots and ping pong paddles: Central Florida 100 | Commentary

Looking ahead: Our hemisphere and hometown are in what passes for winter here: a time when earth shifts from night to day and back again with darker mornings, more overcast afternoon skies, longer evening shadows, brighter stars and clearer moonlit nights. Groups of family or fellowship will soon celebrate traditions specific to them as a season of their own; Hanukkah or Advent/Christmas or Winter Solstice or Bodhi or Kwanzaa ‘ an endless array of mystery and wonderment. These weeks are a sure and shining time when we could rededicate all the earth to all those things that matter most: loving justice, doing mercy, walking forward together.

  • Publisher: OrlandoSentinel.com
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BWW Review: John Kevin Jones Returns To Merchant’s House Museum For Warm and Intimate A CHRISTMAS CAROL

For the past five holiday seasons, savvy New York playgoers have been filling the upstairs parlor of East 4th Street’s Merchant’s House Museum for a warm and intimate evening of Christmas cheer; Summoners Ensemble Theatre’s delightful production of actor John Kevin Jones recreating Charles Dickens‘ solo readings of A CHRISTMAS CAROL. Their 2018 engagement is the third time this reviewer has attended, and Jones’ thoroughly engaging performance keeps getting better and better.