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Finale of the Gergiev Festival

Celebrated Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky's US Tour with Philharmonia of Russia and Constantine Orbelian
Kent Nagano and St. Matthew Passion in Brazil
Philadelphia Orchestra Visits European Festivals
Spirit of America Band Wins World Championship in South Korea
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra under Conductor David Robertson
Italy, Our Most Popular Destination!
Musica Viva's Tour to Germany and Prague a Resounding Success
Yale Alumni Chorus to England in February 2006
Pacific BoyChoir Triumphant Brazil Tour
Melodia! South American Music Festival
Rhapsody! Prague Children's Music Festival Continues to be a Success
Minnesota Orchestra takes Europe by Storm
National Symphony Orchestra's Ongoing 75th Anniversary Celebrations Continue
Yale Symphony Orchestra's 40th Anniversary Tour
Classical Movements Pax Musica
2006 Touring Year

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Finale of the Gergiev Festival
Yale Festival Chorus Shines with Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra

A formidable and select chorus combining forces from the Yale Alumni Chorus, Yale Schola Cantorum, Yale Camerata and the Cambridge University Musical Society came together for the finale of Valery Gergiev's Freedom Festival September 2006 at de Doelen in Rotterdam. Continued...

Celebrated Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky's US Tour with Philharmonia of Russia and Constantine Orbelian

A tour organized by renowned UK management company Askonas Holt featured Siberian opera star Dmitri Hvorostovsky in a program of Russian arias and War Songs with Constantine Orbelian and the Philharmonia of Russia. Cities on the tour included Moscow, New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, and London. Read article...

Kent Nagano and St. Matthew Passion in Brazil

An amalgamated chorus, together with a fantastic youth orchestra, delighted audiences in Brazil with a wonderful rendition of Bach's St. Matthew Passion in August 2006. Read article...

Philadelphia Orchestra Visits European Festivals

Rave reviews followed the Philadelphia Orchestra throughout Europe this past summer, where the orchestra under the direction of Music Director Christoph Eschenbach performed at some of the most prestigious music festivals in the world. Read article...

Spirit of America Band Wins World Championship in South Korea

The Spirit of America band represented the United States at the World Association of Marching Show Bands competition in Jeju with their brilliant music-in-motion field show "Honor". Read article...

Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra under Conductor David Robertson

The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra has offered a wide range of programs during their recent visits to Carnegie Hall showcasing the depth of their talent and the mastery of their conductor and music director David Robertson. Read article...

Italy, Our Most Popular Destination!

Perhaps no country on this planet has given the world more cultural icons, including fine automobiles, architectural styles, fashions, operas, painting, sculptures, tenors, and we certainly can't forget food and world-championship soccer teams. Read article...

Musica Viva's Tour to Germany and Prague a Resounding Success

Their name itself is a program: "Musica Viva" – music of life, sometimes sad, sometimes compelling – is what the chorus from New York offered yesterday evening in Polditz. Read article...

Yale Alumni Chorus to England in February 2006

The Yale Alumni Chorus (YAC) not only traveled to England to sing, but also to share their expertise in building a strong alumni organization with the Cambridge University Music Society (CUMS). Read article...

Pacific BoyChoir Triumphant Brazil Tour

The largest Pacific BoyChoir tour choir ever returned from a 17-day, 12-concert tour of Brazil. The tour choir visited Ouro Preto, Mariana, São Paulo, Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro, Jundiaí, and Miami. Read article...

Melodia! South American Music Festival New Classical Movements Festival is a Hit!

Four outstanding children's choirs from North America participated in the inaugural year of Melodia!, Classical Movements' new South American Music Festival. Read article...

Rhapsody! Prague Children's Music Festival Continues to be a Success

Classical Movement's 5th annual 2006 Rhapsody! Festival was led by distinguished guest conductor Joan Gregoryk this past July in Vienna, Salzburg and Prague. Read article...

Minnesota Orchestra takes Europe by Storm

Classical Movements is proud to have surmounted severe UK security restrictions to play a part in Minnesota Orchestra's triumphant festivals tour to Amsterdam, London, Edinburgh, Helsinki and Locarno. Read article...

National Symphony Orchestra's Ongoing 75th Anniversary Celebrations Continue

As part of its American Residency program funded by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts through a grant from the United States Department of Education, the National Symphony Orchestra traveled to Nebraska for five days: March 28 - April 1, 2006. Read article...

Yale Symphony Orchestra's 40th Anniversary Tour

Under current conductor Toshiyuki Shimada, the Yale Symphony Orchestra toured the beautiful Pacific Northwest... Read article...



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