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Boy trips at exhibit, tears hole in baroque painting worth $1.5M

Look, don’t touch — that’s what mothers tell their children. That bit of advice — a must for patrons of fine art galleries — didn’t help a Taiwanese boy who tripped and fell into a 350-year-old painting by 17th-century Italian artist Paolo Porpora, leaving a fist-sized hole in the piece of art, repo …

Source: The Toronto Star. Published: August 25, 2015.


Call For Concert Proposals, SFEMS 2016–17 Season

SFEMS has issued a request for proposals for individuals and ensembles interested in appearing on the 2016–17 concert series. Click to read more.

Source: San Francisco Early Music Society. Published: August 26, 2015.


How one of Europe’s most incredible cities was built with… salt

Walking through Salzburg’s cathedral, a masterpiece of beautifully-defined baroque decoration, a thought strikes. “This must have cost a fair amount.” The same thought comes to mind while lapping up the ridiculously over-the-top decoration in the Residenz cross the square, or while clocking any numb …

Source: Published: August 26, 2015.


Digital Renaissance

The East Bay’s appetite for both traditional and avant-garde classical is sure to be sated this coming season. The East Bay is at once the intersection of new technology and innovative composition — with venerable institutions such as UC Berkeley’s Center for New Music and Technology and Mills Colle …

Source: Published: August 26, 2015.


Cleveland Orchestra takes pleasant sojourn with Baroque and early Classical works

Nothing like a little Baroque and early Classical music to demonstrate the amazing flexibility of the Cleveland Orchestra. As if to remind listeners that it also possesses the chops of an early-music ensemble, the orchestra Saturday took a brief sojourn from its summer-long parade of Romantic and 20 …

Source: Published: August 24, 2015.


Baroque ‘gems’ to be offered at dinner concert

The Horned Dorset Sunday Dinner/Concert Series will continue its third season on Sunday with a program at the Horned Dorset Restaurant at 2000 State Route 8 in Leonardsville. The concert, titled “Gems From the Baroque,” will feature “longtime favorite” at the Glimmerglass Opera, theorbo player and B …

Source: Published: August 24, 2015.

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