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  • 2 Centennials, 2 New Classical Operas
  • Recital by Sandra Coffin, trumpet and Jennifer Peterson, piano – November 17 in Mineola, NY
  • “I’ve Got the Tune?” No, A Brecht-Weill Blitz Concert/Book Review by Leonard Lehrman
  • 2 Revivals (Blitzstein, Weill), 2 CDs (Bernstein, Palmer) and A Look At Lorca (NYFOS), by Leonard Lehrman
  • 2016 – A Celebration Year for Jaromir Weinberger
  • 3 CDs, 3 Concerts, 2 Operas & A Dance Recital
  • 3 Fall 2015 Weekend Concerts – Reviewed by Leonard Lehrman
  • 70th Birthday Concert for Leonard Lehrman and Charles Osborne, with the Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus – 8/18/19 in Roslyn, NY
  • A Busy January – Concert and CD Reviews and Notes from Mark Greenfest
  • A Glimpse of Glimmerglass by Leonard Lehrman
  • A Loveletter to John Latouche (Nov. 13, 1914-Aug. 7, 1956) by Leonard Lehrman
  • A Night to Remember: Contemporary Music at New York City’s Bargemusic
  • About Anton Webern’s Entflieht auf leichten känen and Mozart’s Kyrie from Mass in C Minor – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • About Maestro Harold Rosenbaum’s Conducting Seminars
  • Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique with No Wasted Motion – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • America As I Want To Hear It – Music of Charles Ives
  • an infinite number of curves – Katabasis
  • an infinite number of curves – Rapid Eye
  • And Even More Spring 2014 NYC Concert Reviews and Notes
  • Announcing The 8th International Anita Cerquetti Opera Competition – 6 to 8 April 2018 at Logge Theatre in Montecosaro (MC), Italy
  • Announcing the New York Preliminary Auditions on December 9-10, 2016 For the 7th International Anita Cerquetti Opera Competition
  • Announcing the Winners of the 7th Anita Cerquetti International Opera Competition in Montecosaro, Italy – April 2017
  • Another Review of The New York Virtuoso Singers Celebrating Women Composers – Part 1
  • April 2015 New York Philharmonic Concert Reviews
  • Artek at Manhattan’s Immanuel Lutheran Church – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Autumn Salon, Presented by Concrete Timbre in Association with Asian Women Composers Association. A Review by Josh Oxford
  • Bach & Bleach – Presented at The Downstairs at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, 66 E. 4th St. in Manhattan
  • Barab & Spektor: A Delightful & Moving Double Bill
  • Bargemusic Here and Now Labor Day Festival 2018 -A Review by Laura Jean Goldberg
  • Bargemusic Here and Now Winter Festival in New York City
  • Beth Anderson – Age 15 to 18 – Part 3 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Age 7 to 15 – Part 2 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – The Early Days – Part 1 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Age 18 to 19 – Rorem, Cage, Swift, Harrison – Part 4 of her memoir
  • Beth Anderson – Cage, Riley, and an MFA in Piano – Part 5 of her memoir
  • C4 Choral Composer/Conductor Collective Presents Heritage – First Concerts of 2013-14 Season
  • Catching Up on Six Summer Events & Seven CDs – by Leonard Lehrman
  • Catching Up with Cipullo, NYFOS, RAM, YIVO & York by Leonard Lehrman
  • CD Release Review by Donald Venezia March 4, 2012
  • CD Release Reviews – Compiled by Donald Venezia for Summer 2013
  • CD Release Reviews By Donald Venezia – February 11 2012
  • CD Release Reviews by Donald Venezia – February 18 2012
  • CD Release Reviews by Donald Venezia – February 25, 2012
  • Celebrating the Life and Music of Steven Gerber – An Appreciation by Mark Greenfest
  • Celebrating The Strawbs
  • Chapter 11: Working with, and Supporting Composers – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Chapter 4: The Importance of Acquiring a Solid Conducting Technique – From Harold Rosenbaum’s Book A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting
  • Christmas 2013 – A Christmas Memory
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 1 – Live from Caracas –
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 2
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 3
  • Classical Music Still Matters – Part 4
  • Composer’s Voice Concert Series May 19, 2016 at Brooklyn’s Firehouse Space
  • Conductor Harold Rosenbaum on Composer Thea Musgrave
  • Cool Sounds from France
  • Crossing Boundaries in 4 Musicals: Bernstein, Bock & Harnick, Lerner & Lane, Red Emma & Rasputin at Bard, Folksbiene, Irish Rep, and the Tank, by Leonard Lehrman
  • Da Capo Chamber Players Present Global American Chamber Music at New York City’s Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center
  • Da Capo Chamber Players Present Musical Spirits Reappear! October 30, 2019 at New York City’s Kaufman Music Center
  • Debussy and Redon – Together
  • December 2013 Reviews from Mark Greenfest – American Modern Ensemble (AME) Winter Music (NYC, Dec. 3, 2013) and Divorce Music (CD, 2012)
  • Dell’Arte Opera Ensemble’s Beaumarchais Festival – Reviewed by Leonard Lehrman
  • Derriere Opera Reviewed by Leonard Lehrman
  • Dietrich Rides Again at Medicine Show thru Sept. 17 – Review by Leonard Lehrman
  • Donald Venezia’s CD Suggestions for Holiday Gift Giving – from BBC Music Magazine and Arkiv Music
  • Early Spring 2014 Concert Reviews and Notes
  • Edgard Varese and Le Corbusier – Together Again!
  • End-of-the-Year Roundup by Leonard J. Lehrman
  • Enjoyable Nonsense – Dada’s Greatest Hit
  • Ensemble Midtvest in Concert – A Fine Debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall
  • Even More New York City Concerts Considered
  • Even More Spring 2014 NYC Concert Reviews and Notes
  • For The Holidays – A Child’s Christmas in Wales
  • From Kernel to Concert Part II, by Barbara Oldham, Quintet of the Americas
  • From Kernel to Concert, Part I by Barbara Oldham, Quintet of the Americas
  • George Bellows – The Color of the Changing World
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – First movement: Emigrants Journey Across the Plains – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Fourth movement: Allegro con spirito, “Arrival at the New Home, Rustic Festivities, and Dancing” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Second Movement: Andante religioso, “Halt on the Prairie” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 4 in e minor, Op. 50, “Arcadian” (1872) – Third Movement: Allegro ma non tanto, “Indian War Dance and Attack by Indians” – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • Giant Steps Two Ways
  • Great Animation from Zagreb
  • Great Film – Emir Kusturica’s Underground
  • Great Jazz from Esperanza Spalding
  • Great Music from Ukraine – Meet Nikolai Kapustin
  • Great Short Film – Jammin’ The Blues – 1944
  • Hannah – A Review by Jonathan Dzik
  • Hannah – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Happy New Year and a Message of Peace From Willa Webber
  • Hlif Sigurjonsdottir in Concert at National Opera Center – A Brief Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Honoring the Upcoming Leonard Bernstein Centennial: A Review of His Complete Solo Works for Piano on New Bridge Records CD
  • Ibla Grand Prize Winners at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall
  • Insider/Outside View/Review Opera & Song at CCO, MCNY, LICA & QC – by Leonard Lehrman
  • Iris at Bard (July 27, 2016) – Reviewed by Leonard Lehrman
  • Jack Quartet at Time:Spans Festival 2018 – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – First movement: Penn Station (Subway Ride) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Fourth movement: Baptist Mission – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Second movement: Song of Harlem (April in Harlem) – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • James P. Johnson: Harlem Symphony (1932) – Third movement: The Night Club – An Analysis by Kyle Gann
  • Jaromir Weinberger Re-Discovered
  • Long Island Composers Alliance Presents Tomorrow’s Classics….Today
  • May 2015 Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • May and June in NYC Music Reviews
  • May NYC Concert Reviews and Notes
  • Mid-Winter 2015 NYC Concert Reviews by Mark Greenfest
  • More April NYC Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • More December 2013 Reviews from Mark Greenfest – Music All Over Town
  • More From The Concert Hall – Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • More May 2015 Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • More New York City Concert Notes and Reviews by Mark Greenfest
  • More New York City Concert Reviews and Concert Notes
  • More New York City Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • More New York Concert Reviews and Notes from Mark Greenfest
  • More New York Metro Area Spring 2016 Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • More Spring 2014 NYC Concert Reviews and Notes
  • More Summer 2014 New York City Concert Reviews and Notes
  • Music From Good Shepherd – A Concert Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Music of Youth and Age: Herbert Rothgarber, Michael Brown, Pygmalions, David Del Tredici, Stanley Drucker, Brahms & Bernstein by Leonard Lehrman
  • Musical Hydrology or Hydrological Music? An Interview with Judith Lang Zaimont
  • New Marc Blitzstein CD and 2 New Books on Leonard Bernstein
  • New Music Performed by Craig Hultgren, cellist – January 25, 2018 at New York City’s National Opera Center
  • New Take on Progressive Rock – The Crimson Jazz Trio
  • New York City 2016 Concert Reviews from Mark Greenfest – Special Composers Birthdays Edition
  • New York City Auditions Winners Announced for 2017 Anita Cerquetti International Opera Competition
  • New York City Concert Notes and Reviews by Mark Greenfest
  • New York Composers Circle at NYC’s Saint Peter’s Church at Citigroup Center
  • New York Composers Circle at St. Peter’s and Magill/Levin at the Barge – Reviews by Mark Greenfest
  • New York Composers Circle Concert – June 4, 2016 at NYC’s Nimoy/Thalia Theater at Symphony Space
  • New York Composers Circle Concert of New Music for Mixed Chamber Ensembles – March 19, 2019
  • New York Composers Circle: A Concert of New Music on February 21 at St. Peter’s Church
  • New York Concert Reviews and Notes from Mark Greenfest
  • New York Scandia Symphony in Concert – June 5, 2014
  • New York Scandia Symphony in Concert – The Danish Golden Age – 200th Anniversary Concert of Niels W. Gade
  • New York Scandia Symphony in Concert April 11, 2019 at New York City’s Symphony Space
  • Only at Merkin Hall with Terrance McKnight – Ursula Oppens 75th Birthday Tribute
  • Outcast at the Gate, An Opera by Joel Feigin, Presented by Center for Contemporary Opera
  • Parthenia Viol Consort’s Tomb Sonnets – A Concert with Special Guest Vocalist Ryland Angel, on March 25 at The Secret Theater in Long Island City, Queens – A Review by Nancy Tooney
  • Peri Mauer & Friends In Concert for Make Music New York
  • Peri Mauer’s Life on Earth for Chamber Orchestra Reviewed by Sandra Coffin
  • Progressive Rock – Emerson Lake & Palmer
  • Progressive Rock – Yes
  • Recently in the Concert Hall….Reviews from Mark Greenfest
  • Recording with Composer Jeff Beal and the Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Repast Baroque Ensemble’s March 24, 2018 “Dresden Fireworks” Illuminated Little-Known Works and Often Overlooked Instruments – A Review by Claude Scales
  • Review of Pianist Young-Ah Tak in Concert at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall
  • Review of The New York Virtuoso Singers Celebrating Women Composers – Part 1 at New York’s St. Ignatius of Antioch Church
  • Robert Cassidy’s Musings on His Pathways Solo Piano CD
  • Rusalka at Queens College – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Sergei Slonimsky’s Opera King Lear
  • Songs of War, Protest, and Social Consciousness
  • Space May Well Be The Place – It’s Sun Ra
  • Spero Plays Nyro – A Review by James Farmingdale
  • Summer 2014 NYC Concert Reviews and Notes
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Arthur Honegger’s Symphony No. 2
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Gosta Nystroem’s Symphony No. 3
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Henry Cowell’s Symphony No. 11
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Mozetich’s Affairs of the Heart
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Ornette Coleman’s Skies of America
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Roy Harris’ Symphony No. 7
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms
  • Symphonic Masterpiece – Vagn Holmboe’s Symphony No. 8 “Sinfonia boreale”
  • Symphonic Masterpieces – The Music of Goffredo Petrassi
  • Symphonic Masterpieces – The Music of Norman Dello Joio
  • Symphonic/Choral Masterpiece – Lili Boulanger’s Psalm 129
  • Tania Stavreva in Concert – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • Terrific Article – I Always Dated Tom Waits
  • The Beatles Can Take It…
  • The Beauty of Jazz Organ – Part 1
  • The Beauty of Jazz Piano – Part 1
  • The Cecilia Chorus of New York Presents Dame Ethel Smyth’s The Prison – A Review by Anastasia Khitruk
  • The Cecilia Chorus of New York, Mark Shapiro, Music Director Announces Award-winning Vocal Soloists Making Carnegie Hall Debuts in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio on December 9
  • The Florida Orchestra in Concert
  • The Golden Apple – A Review by Dana Paul Perna
  • The Jackson Heights Orchestra in Concert – A Review by Mark Greenfest
  • The Last of the April 2014 Concert Reviews and Notes from Mark Greenfest
  • The Leading Composers in Denmark & Russia are 84 Years Old by Leonard Lehrman
  • The Marc Blitzstein Plaque
  • The Music of Joel Feigin on May 2 at NYC’s DiMenna Center for Classical Music
  • The New York Repertory Orchestra in Concert on May 18 – A Review by Andrew Rudin
  • The Simpsons’ Couch Gag
  • The Stan Kenton Centennial Concerts – Concert 1 – The Innovations Orchestra
  • The Triangle Fire, an opera reviewed by Jonathan Dzik
  • The Triangle Fire, an opera reviewed by Mark Greenfest
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 1, 2012
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 11, 2016
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 13, 2015
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 2, 2013 –
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 7, 2019
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 9, 2017
  • The Winners of the Ibla Grand Prize International Music Competition – Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, May 8, 2018
  • The World’s Best Singing Partner – Emmylou Harris
  • Time for Some Goons
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra Performs in Daytona Beach, Florida – A Review by Dana Paul Perna
  • Two from Samuel Beckett
  • Willa Webber’s Ave Maria Shalom Message of Peace
  • Works of Social Consciousness – a Concert Review by Mark Zuckerman
  • World Premiere of the Film BOSTON – Music by Jeff Beal
  • World Premiere of Voyagers, for String Quartet and Clarinet at Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History, November 28, 2017
  • “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, October 10, 2016, Dennis Fitzgerald Performing Arts Center/Flagler Auditorium, Palm Coast, Florida
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