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The Austrian Connection: Avanti String Quartet plays Zemlinsky and Schubert

The Austrian Connection: Avanti String Quartet plays Zemlinsky and Schubert

By Ted AYALA
The name of composer Alexander von Zemlinsky (1871-1942), when it’s remembered – if it’s remembered at all – is usually as a footnote in the biographies of more famous musicians: as a close friend of Brahms in the elder composer’s final years, as teacher and brother-in-law of Arnold Schoenberg, as teacher – and [...]

Kanun Soloist Hovhanissyan in PSO Concert

Kanun Soloist Hovhanissyan in PSO Concert

Pasadena Symphony
presents an “Apotheosis of
the Dance” where Germany and Armenia meet.
By Ted AYALA
Richard Wagner famously referred to the Beethoven 7th Symphony as the “apotheosis of the dance.” With its potent rhythmic intensity and dazzling harmonic modulations, the Beethoven 7th is definitely one of the Bonn master’s most propulsive and nearly visceral exciting works.
Fusing the whirlwind [...]

Timur and the Dime Museum: Boldly Straddling the Worlds of Classical Music and Pop

Timur and the Dime Museum: Boldly Straddling the Worlds of Classical Music and Pop

By Ted AYALA
“There only exists two kinds of music: good and bad.” This oft-quoted phrase – attributed to everyone from Duke Ellington to Dmitri Shostakovich – never rings more true than with the art of local tenor Timur Bekbosunov. His fusion of classical and pop sensibilities explored through his Dime Museum project – which was [...]


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