princetonfestival.org Want a primer on classical music’s milestones — or to revisit them? The Mostly Mozart Festival may be your best bet. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Mozart’s Requiem and Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter,” and Berlioz’ “Symphony (How many times have you told yourself that a bit more classical music appreciation in your life would you will derive the best experience of The Orchestra by listening only to the musicians, and having the rest of the app’s information delivered And sounds incredible. The superstar Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel draws on all the glories of music to Elmo the true meaning of the word stupendous. In doing so, the maestro directs a sheep playing the violin, an octopus playing the drums 1) ‘MOZART DANCES’ (Mark Morris Dance Group/Texas Performing Arts) Startlingly virtuosic dance, so spectacularly in sync with both the notes and playful spirit of the Austrian composer’s scores that it felt as if music and movement flared from the same Washington, D.C., marked the centennial of John Cage’s birth in September with a citywide festival that gave eager audiences an intensive, even unprecedented dose of his music, demonstrating that even if you don’t care for Cage, there’s a lot more to his Fifty Shades of Grey: The Classical Album has been on Billboard’s Classical Traditional Albums chart for 11 weeks, most recently in the top slot. But the album has been bumped this week by The Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles — a group of singing .
MCASD Sherwood Auditorium – 6 p.m. Oct. 20, 700 Prospect St., La Jolla. $65. 858-459-3728 or ljms.org. Don’t even think about calling it crossover, or world music, or classical. This distinguished, diverse, innovative, eclectic and sometimes electric ST. PAUL, Minn. — Here in Minnesota, it’s the most seductive point of the fall season: leaves are just starting to change, the pumpkin spice lattes and Octoberfest beers are coming out, and the days are crisp and bright without being actually chilly. While 2013 may have seen some major upheavals in the force of classical music on a national level—the ongoing management/musician difficulties of the Minnesota Orchestra and the shutdown of the New York City Opera come to mind—Knoxville’s own classical Like the academic calendar, the classical music and opera seasons start in the fall and wind through winter and spring with an end, or at least a shift of locale, in summer. Still, the calendar year gives a frame for comparisons and evaluation even in a .