Category: Music

Russian National Orchestra

It was a great evening at the Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. The Russian National Orchestra was founded in 1990 and has been described as “a living symbol of the best in Russian art” (Miami Herald)

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Tanglewood by Tesla

The Tanglewood Music Center is located in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts. The drive as 181 miles and we arrived with 80 miles of reserve on the Tesla. The Boston Symphony Orchestra has great concerts there in the summer in

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Conducting Beethoven

Three and a half years after conducting Mozart’s Symphony No. 25 in 2003, I was again fortunate — for a second time in a lifetime — this time to conduct Beethoven’s Prometheus Overture. The late Maestro Sidney Rothstein, my friend and

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Doo-Wop: Why They Keep Going

Most of my posts in the music category are about classical music, but there are a few about Doo-Wop. Last night at the Flagler Auditorium in Bunnell, Florida was was a different kind of “classical” music. The Pop, Rock &

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Conducting Mozart

It was a real treat in St. Augustine last Saturday night when Music Director Gerard Schwarz conducted the Mozart Orchestra New York. They performed Mozart’s great last three symphonies, No’s 39, 40, and 41. The 41st, known as the Jupiter

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