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Brooklyn, N.Y.—While Professor Tania León of the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College is no stranger to participating in concerts throughout the world, the most recent invitation was of particular significance to her.
Trio Canna will perform premiere of "Suite" by Nancy Cobb Lippens.
Camarillo, Calif., Sept. 15, 2010 - The Latin Recording Academy announced its nominations for this year's Latin Grammy awards.  Included among the nominees was composer Miguel del Aguila’s CD: Salon Buenos Aires (Bridge Records), recorded by Camerata San Antonio in 2009.
In 1916, when British composer Gustav Holst finished his famous orchestral suite The Planets , the solar system was thought of as a relatively simple and unique place. Clyde Tombaugh, the American astronomer who would discover Pluto in 1930, was just a schoolboy when Holst's landmark composition was written, and the sum total of known planets was a tidy eight.
BRONX, NY—Lehman College alumnus Dr. Julius P. Williams, an internationally renowned conductor, composer and scholar, will keynote the College’s Convocation on Wednesday, September 15. The public is invited to attend this free annual event, which celebrates the start of the new academic year. The ceremony begins at 11 a.m. in the Lovinger Theatre.
A recital paying homage to the Danish composer Rued Langgard is taking place at the University of Plymouth tomorrow (May 6).
Three composers from the University of Plymouth are to perform at a prestigious Italian music festival with a set of newly-fashioned instruments.
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