Category Archives: Program Notes
What’s your 22-hour Piñata? Excerpted from a February 15, 2013 column by Allison Vaillancourt, VP of Human Resources at University of Arizona A couple of years ago my daughter’s Spanish teacher required
Program Notes: Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons [WSO, 1/24/10] History has situated the Baroque period and its music as an era of extremes. On the one hand, the opulence and material excess so
Waterbury Symphony Orchestra with the NVCC College Choir Sunday, November 22, 2009 Mainstage Theater Naugatuck Valley Community College Waterbury, CT PROGRAM NOTES BELOW Like Mozart and Haydn before him, Ludwig van Beethoven
Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Program Notes (March 8, 2009) This afternoon the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra presents an “International Showcase” of well-known works by composers who represent diverse national repertories: Italian, French, Russian, and
Partial notes for The College Choir April 11, 2008 Tehillim! Temple B’nai Israel Leonard Bernstein (1918-90) ranks as one of the foremost contributors to a distinctively American brand of twentieth-century art music.