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Since before the unification of Italy Edizioni Curci has always followed musicians from the very first steps. A regular guest of Cremona Musica, Curci is going to present some important projects to the upcoming Fair, in order to honor the 50th anniversary of the death of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. We interviewed Laura Moro, editorial director for classical music, who also gave some interesting advice for those that want to pursue the career of mu...

En avant-première écoutez « The Final Tour » avec Miles Davis et John Coltrane

Amazing technique, passionate interpretations, happy birthday to Sviatoslav Richter, one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century!
Mendelssohn's Variations Sérieuses and more: http://bit.ly/Richter_Mendelssohn

En avant-première écoutez « The Final Tour » avec Miles Davis et John Coltrane

http://slippedisc.com/2018/03/piano-museum-springs-back-to-life/

Learn more about “Composed,” a documentary investigating performance anxiety

It has been announced today that German violin soloist David Garrett has cancelled four further European performances in Moscow and Vienna – due to his ongoing herniated disc issue in his lower back | The announcement comes just weeks after the 37 year old was forced to cancel performances in Monaco, Basel, Luxembourg, Dresden, Parma, Graz, Lucerne, Kiev, Sofia, Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Interlaken, Mannheim, Regensburg and Essen

20/03/2018Debussy: La Mer

Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur La Mer de Debussy.

NEW TO YOUTUBE | Never-before-uploaded 1996 performance of the then 21 year old wunderkind Maxim Vengerov – live at the 38th annual Grammy Awards | Recorded with conductor Zdenek Macal and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra – and broadcasted internationally on television to an audience of over 50 million viewers

In 2004 Schott Music became the first music publishing company to exhibit in Cremona Musica. Since then it has always been a regular guest of the fair. Now, while their 250th anniversary is approaching, Laura Rossi, the Schott Music representative in Italy, Spain and Portugal, explains the secrets of the company and their plans for the future.
 
Can you tell us something about Schott Music’s history?
Schott was founded in 1770, in Mainz, by Be...

Here's further proof that Bach's music sounds beautiful no matter what the instrument. Watch this gorgeous rendition of the Goldberg Variations on classical guitar.

The emotional landscape of Ravel's music gives us some indication of the composer's character — but if you want to get a clearer picture of just how peculiar and charming Ravel was, take a tour of his house.

The Moog was going to be “the Steinway of the future” — hear some of the great music made with it.

By Stuart Isacoff
 

One day in 1979, Manfred Eicher, founder of ECM Records, was driving along the Autobahn in Germany when music came over the radio he found so stunning he pulled off the road to listen. He set out to track down the composer, not an easy task in pre-internet days, who turned out to be an obscure Estonian named Arvo Pärt.
ECM had been in business since 1969 issuing high quality jazz recordings. When the two men finally met in ...