What is your Artistic Identity?

Vol: 214 | 15 Dec 2018

Celebrate the opening of Panama Canal with Saint-Saëns,
enjoy calming classical lullabies,
and who is the “Maiden” in Beethoven’s sonata?

Violins of Hope
Tribute to
Holocaust Musicians
The Sisters of
the Prix de Rome
Nadia and Lili
Who Are You?
Thoughts on
Artistic Identity
Valletta International
Baroque Festival

Built by the Knights of St John after the Great Siege of 1565, Valletta has since become an important cultural city in Malta. To celebrate the city’s special baroque identity, the first edition of the festival has been conceived to be held in 2013. Music gems and operatic works by J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Corelli...
Date: January 11 to 26, 2019
Country: Malta
What's New
Cradle Songs Beethoven and the “Maiden in Love”
Although rocking cradles are a rarity these days, cradle songs remain a favorite for getting the little one to sleep, and calming the air in general. One of the most famous of the lullabies was Brahms’ Wiegenlied, which was first published in 1868...
To her close friends she was simply known as “Babette,” but everybody else referred to her as Princess Anna Louise Barbara Odescalchi. That, of course, was her married name as she had wed Prince Innocenz Odescalchi in Pressburg, currently called Bratislava...
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Camille Saint-Saëns: Hail, California The Pure Blood, or an Opera
of Extreme Sensitivity
Approaching his 80th birthday, Camille Saint-Saëns was appointed by the French government as “First Delegate to the Franco-American Commission for the Development of Political, Economic, Literary, and Artistic Relations” for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco...
In his 1853 collection of stories for children, Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen told the story of the Princess and the Pea, or, as in his title, The Princess ON the Pea. He had first told the fairy tale, which appears to be original to him, in a small publication of 1835...
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My music Video Forgotten records

Graham Ross:
Duo Seraphim

Piano Concerto No. 1
in C major

Symphony No. 6 in B Minor

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