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with Readie Righteous

Classical Discoveries goes to Museum

Wednesday, March 30, 2016
05:30 to 11:00
Classical
readie.righteous@gmail.com

other shows

ComposerPieceEnsemble/
Orchestra
ConductorSoloist/
Performer
LabelComments
Heinrich SchutzAspice Pater, Nonne hic est, Reduc,Domine Deus meus Chorus of Emmanuel MusicCraig SmithKoch
Samuel BarberSummer Music, Op.31Solaris QuintetNavona
Nico MuhlyDoublespeakeighth blackbirdCedille
Tomas Luis de VictoriaRegina caeli Laetare, Salve ReginaThe Choir of Westminster CathedralJames O'DonnellHelios
Joan CererolsMissa pro defunctisLa Capella Reial de CatalunyaJordi SavallAstree
MndsgnAMMndsgnStones Throw Records
Corin RoddickStillness in WoePurity RingMegan James & Corin Roddick4ADCD titled "Another Eternity"
Mndsgn YawnMndsgn Stones Throw RecordsCD entitled "Yawn Zen"
Chiel MeijeringCandyboxSparkBerlin ClassicsCD entitled "Wild Territories"
TraditionalAisling GhealThe Crash Ensemble with Iarla O'LionairdIarla O'LionairdShanachieCD entitled "Treasury of Irish Song"
Julia WolfeAnthracite FieldsBang on a Can All-Stars with The Choir of Trinity Wall StreetJulian WachnerCantaloupe MusicPulitzer Prize in Music for 2015
Dylan MattinglyAtlas of Somewhere on the Way to Howland IslandContemporaneousDylan Mattingly with Contemporaneous3 movements: Radial Liftoff Music for Amelia Earhart; Islanded in a Stream of Stars; Six Night Sunrise
Tan DunDesert CapriccioThe Shanghai Symphony OrchestraTan DunYo-Yo Ma, cello; Shanghai Percussionist EnsembleSony Classical
Augusta Read Thomasmemory: SwellsNewman/Oltman Guitar DuoLaura Oltman/Michael NewmanMSR ClassicsCD: "Music from Raritan River"
Andrea ClearfieldRiver MelosDenise Tryon, horn, Julie Nishimura, pianoBridge 9156CD: "Denise Tryon, So Low"
Frederic RzewskiSpells (Thinking of Jelly Roll Morton)Blair McMillen, pianoCentaurCD: "Multiplicities, '38, Music by Composers born in 1938
Donnacha DennehyStreetwalkerThe Crash EnsembleArts CouncilCD: "The Crash Ensemble: Live Excerpts"
Roberto SierraCaribbean RhapsodyAkua Dixon String QuintetJames Carter, saxophones; Regina Carter, solo violinUniversal Music GroupCD: "James Carter Caribbean Rhapsody"