Glenn Dicterow with Pegasus

Old time favorites and some new, made it into yesterday’s orchestral assemblage coined Glenn Dicterow with Pegasus. (All photo credits: Envogue Photography) Led by Pegasus: The Orchestra’s founder and managing director, pianist, composer and conductor Karén Hakobyan, the excellent reverberation of the 19-count strong group of string instrumentalists, this evening’s troupe for Pegasus: The Orchestra, made a compelling case for their mission – international soloists acting as an ensemble – for an enthusiastic audience...
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InsideOut Concerts - David Bernard commands orchestral and audiences’ engagement alike.

Rethinking classical concert etiquette and programs, bending genres, and creating publicity stunts to impact audiences’ musical experiences and appetite for classical concerts has been on most every concert producer’s mind for a while now. With the authority of his well-versed baton, as music director of the Park Avenue Chamber Symphony and the Massapequa Philharmonic, David Bernard employs an innovative approach at his InsideOut Concerts, calling for a large hall to accommodate placing the audience...
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Musicians of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra at LPR

It seemed like a fun trip to New York City for the Seattle Symphony, who came as one of the visiting orchestras to Carnegie Hall’s Spring for Music Festival and decided to include a preamble, late-night gig at lePoisson Rouge, yesterday evening. Ludovic Morlot, the orchestra’s conductor, led musicians of the orchestra in mixed ensembles, performing works ranging from Debussy and Varèse to Cage and Adams. While the tour bus was parked outside and...
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