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... a rarely heard Suite for Oboe and Harp by James Legg. Anderson helped found Musaica in 2007, joining colleagues from the LPO and members of the Loyola University faculty in the early days of the city's post-Katrina recovery. Because Musaica draws on ... Comment?
... 16333 Hwy. 1085, Covington. "Some may recall that clarinetist Jose Franch-Ballester was scheduled to perform with the LPO two seasons ago but suddenly fell ill," said Sean Snyder, LPO director of marketing and communications. "As promised, ... Comment?
... with pianist Alessio Bax featured as guest artist. "We are delighted to welcome rising pianist Alessio Bax for his LPO debut performing Ravel's Concerto in G Major," said Sean Snyder, LPO director of marketing and communications. "The concert ... Comment?
... and an essential element for classical musicians who work without amplification. The developers have worked closely with LPO musicians to preserve those resonant qualities. "Don't look for carpet in this hall," she said. "It was concrete underfoot ... Comment?
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg is in love: with tango, with New Orleans, with conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto and with his sizzling band: the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra . The world-bestriding violin superstar will join the LPO for a Jan. 16 performance of Astor Piazzolla's "The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires," a work that mixes string pyrotechnics, blood-on-the floor emotion, and a few quotations from Vivaldi. Comment?
... Monteleone. A couple of performing arts groups are assured of winning awards. The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) swept the nominations for Best Classical Music Performance and the New Orleans Opera Association received all finalist spots for ... Comment?
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