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As part of the Festival @ Home series of broadcasts this December-June, Music Director Alasdair Neale will present a pair of Upbeat with Alasdair talks, broadcast from his home. These presentations offer unique musical insight, previews of upcoming performances, and live Q & A with the virtual audience. Tonight’s talk explores the ways classical music both celebrates and illustrates the human condition.
The Festival @ Home series of concert broadcasts kicks-off from The Space at THIS IS RED—the historic St. Michael's Slovakian Roman Catholic church, now turned event space, in Pittsburgh. Enjoy a quintet of Festival Orchestra musicians performing Mozart’s String Quintet in G minor, a piece widely considered the most heartfelt of the great composer’s string quintets.
This evening, some of the season’s most notable performers return for an unforgettable finale. Maestro Alasdair Neale will close out the season with a series of encore appearances from some of the biggest names this summer, including Time for Three, Orion Weiss, Daniil Trifonov, and more. To finish, enjoy one last farewell performance by your virtual all-star orchestra.
One of the most exciting musical developments in recent years has been the increasing popularity of ensembles who use their classical training to seek out new musical frontiers or, to misquote the commander of the Starship Enterprise, to boldly go where no musicians have gone before. Prepare to explore the musical universe’s outer boundaries with intrepid ensembles, including Time for Three, the 442s, the Villalobos Brothers, and more.
Please enjoy this short musical message from the Sun Valley Music Festival! Thank you for your support, and special thanks to Principal Horn William ...
The concert broadcast from Pittsburgh included a brief interview with Maestro Alasdair Neale and the performing musicians, but there's more to explore!
The Festival @ Home series begins December 8 @ 6:30 PM (MT) from Pittsburgh, with an online performance featuring what is considered to be Mozart's most ...