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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Fall arts preview: Some classical, some jazz, all live

Pittsburgh's classical and jazz organizations are largely returning to a normal season beginning in September after more than a year of silence, most having decided to require proof of COVID vaccination or proof of a negative test. For those still intent on catching the symphony, the opera, the brass band...
PITTSBURGH, PA
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thekatynews.com

Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada’S Much-Anticipated Return To Houston Opens The 2021–22 Classical Series, And Celebrated Violinist Augustin Hadelich Returns As Leader And Soloist

Classical Series opener under the direction of Andrés Orozco-Estrada features Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and Triple Concerto with Yefim Bronfman, Concertmaster Yoonshin Song, and Principal Cello Brinton Averil Smith. World Premiere and Houston Symphony Commission of new orchestral arrangement of George Bridgetower’s “Henry”. The Artistry of Augustin Hadelich showcases the German...
HOUSTON, TX
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violinist.com

The Week in Reviews, Op. 318: Augustin Hadelich; Vadim Gluzman; Caroline Goulding

August 24, 2021, 6:35 PM · In an effort to promote the coverage of live violin performance, Violinist.com each week presents links to reviews of notable concerts and recitals around the world. Augustin Hadelich performed a solo recital at the Aspen Music Festival. The Aspen Times: "The recital of unaccompanied...
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Daily Colorado News

REVIEW: Hadelich, Handel Opera, final weekend of the carry music competition

The famend violinist Augustin Hadelich will carry out on the final summer season live performance of the season of the Aspen Music Competition and College on Sunday, August 22, 2021 at Benedict Music in Aspen. Photograph by Austin Colbert / The Aspen Instances. After his unforgettable solo recital on Wednesday,...
ASPEN, CO

Review: Miraculous Bach (and more) from Augustin Hadelich

Sometimes a musician, the music and the miracles it can create can leave a listener marveling slack-jawed. Augustin Hadelich made that happen Wednesday evening in the Benedict Music Tent, and all a rapt audience could do is gape in wonder at the elegance and depth of what they were hearing.
ASPEN, CO
violinist.com

Great players who fall through the cracks

I find the comparison between sport and violin playing interesting. On the whole, the level of sporting prowess, setting new records and the like follows a fairly linear path of improvement in response to new understanding of body mechanics, nutrition and training and the like. Sometimes, listening to the jaw dropping skills of Hadelich, Hahn and the like it is tempting to assume the same thing about violin performance. yet we can still stumble across players of yore who could match today’s players in terms of sheer facility at the very least. One of my favorites who, as far as I can recall has not been mentioned once on this site as one of the most extraordinary violinsts ever is Albert Markov. I guess there are so many great players today that the Markovs of the world will continue to fall through the cracks or elude our awareness. It’s a great loss really. If I was asked to point to a model of sheer technical ease and precision to emulate Markov would certainly be somewhere at the top of the list.
Dallas Voice

A+E in Tarrant County

Broadway at the Bass by Performing Arts Fort Worth, 525 Commerce St., Fort Worth, 817-212-4450, basshall.com. The 2021-22 season includes the following six shows performed at Bass Hall with one add-on. Season tickets are available now online and by phone, but individual tickets are not yet open. • Oct. 19-24:...
TARRANT COUNTY, TX
Daily Colorado News

Evaluation: Wunderbaren Bach (and extra) by Augustin Hadelich

Generally a musician, the music and the wonders it will possibly produce can amaze a listener. Augustin Hadelich carried out this within the Benedict Music Tent on Wednesday night, and an enthusiastic viewers might solely marvel on the magnificence and depth of what they heard. The recital with unaccompanied violin...
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