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  • After a typical first act (which includes Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto with a solo by violinist Sarah Chang), tweets about Beethoven's work and life (1770-1827) will begin flowing during intermission.

    Orchestra tweets a symphony

  • Christoph Eschenbach offers a winning program this week with the National Symphony Orchestra, pairing the oft-heard Beethoven Violin Concerto, with soloist Christian Tetzlaff, and the almost-never-heard Bruckner Symphony No. 6 in A.

    Eschenbach, Tetzlaff, Bruckner: The fresh and less familiar faces of the NSO

  • MacMillan's Concerto is one of the choreographer's rare abstract dance works, virtuoso dance set to Shostakovich's second piano concerto and hinging on a central pas de deux of beautifully sustained lyricism.

    This week's new dance

  • But I have to say that ultimately I found Cadenza for the Schniedermann Violin Concerto to be abundantly entertaining, both as a "story" that is satisfying if deliberately circuitous and as an experiment in storytelling.

    Experimental Fiction

  • Continuing its Romantic Violin Concerto series, Hyperion has made world premiere recordings of forgotten works by Ferdinand David (1810-73), the virtuoso for whom Mendelssohn wrote his evergreen concerto.

    David: Violin concertos Nos 4 & 5, Andante and Scherzo capriccioso – review

  • Maybe Holmes was humming this theme from Spohr's 7th Violin Concerto:

    A three pipe problem

  • A crisp new five-dollar bill for the first convincing mash-up of "The Spiderbite Song" with Berg's Violin Concerto! posted by Matthew @ 2: 20 PM

    The cure that is their prize

  • Maybe Holmes was humming this theme from Spohr's 7th Violin Concerto:

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A crisp new five-dollar bill for the first convincing mash-up of "The Spiderbite Song" with Berg's Violin Concerto! posted by Matthew @ 2: 20 PM

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Joshua Cohen's Cadenza for the Schneidermann Violin Concerto (Fugue State Press) will surely strike most readers as experimental, and, although the novel does in fact raise issues related to immigration and ethnicity, few would ultimately conclude that the author's primary purpose is "expression" in the sense I've discussed.

    Experimental Fiction

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