The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

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Friday, May 13, 2011

Soprano Dawn Upshaw joins conductor Maria Schneider for the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's return to Carnegie Hall.

IGOR STRAVINSKY - Concerto in D for String Orchestra

MARIA SCHNEIDER - Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories for Soprano and Chamber Orchestra (New York premiere)
Dawn Upshaw, Soprano
Maria Schneider, Conductor
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Commission 

BELA BARTOK - Five Hungarian Folk Songs for Soprano and String Orchestra, arranged by Richard Tognetti 
Dawn Upshaw, Soprano

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN - Symphony No. 104 in D, London

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Complete Program Notes

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Comments [3]

Neil Dave from Baltimore, MD, Palo Alto, CA -

Actually, ICE, the International Contemporary Ensemble, a first class "New Music" group, has put up two concert videos, one at Q2. Visit their web site, .

There is more and more long form video for New Music, Classical Music, and Jazz. NPR/music is at the forefront. The GreenSpace has quite a few. WBGO, Jazz 88, Newark, NJ has two huge archives of videocasts from the Village Vanguard.

I am sure that there will be others.

May. 14 2011 07:56 AM
Neil Dave from Baltimore, MD, Palo Alto, CA

WQXR on headphones is equivalent to attending a concert step Skype video??

I love WQXR

May. 13 2011 09:10 PM
Alexis Teitelbaum from Oakmont

Maria Schneider is the BEST composer in the history of the WORLD!!!! We love her here in Oakmont! Give her a big hug from Lexi!

May. 13 2011 08:54 PM

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