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We have an album of the evening thread and now a song of the day thread, but what about live music? Who are you going to see?

 

I just bought my wife and I tickets to Karrin Allyson at the Side Door Jazz Club in Old Lyme, CT on April 23rd.

 

The Houston Press — “If there’s a choir in heaven, someday the exquisite vocalist Karrin Allyson will lead it. She’s such an otherworldly talent that the creator probably already has her on heavy rotation.”

 

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Anat Cohen and Fred Hersch at The Old Church - Portland OR


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In the next weeks:

 

Brad Mehldau solo

 

John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Choir playing Bach's Matthew Passion

 

Wow, this is a very nice line-up!

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Cameron Carpenter Organist with virginia symphony -Saint Saens Symphony 2- cant wait

 

Are you sure it isn't Saint-Saens' 3rd symphony?

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Rosanne Cash at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica Saturday night.


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Back on topic:

Evgeni Kissin.

 

Solo? Where?


 

"The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought", Sir Thomas Beecham. 

 

 

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April is going to be a...diverse...music month:

 

- Flight of the Conchords

- Smashing Pumpkins (acoustic tour, Liz Phair as opener)

- Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto (soloist: Sergej Krylov) / Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 4 "Italian"


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Sarah Jarosz in April, can't wait!!! Small intimate room.

 

Sounds great!

 

I've only recently started to listen to Ms. Jarosz, and I can believe she'll be wonderful in a small room setting.

 

Got to check her performance schedule and see if she's coming to the Northeast.


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Music is love, made audible.

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Oakland As and the LA As. Tomorrow in Tempe......


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two weeks ago:

 

Albert Lee & Rambling Jack Elliott at St. Cyprian's Episcopal Church in San Francisco.

 

and on Thursday night:

 

Citizen Cope, solo acoustic at Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead, Pittsburgh Pa.


Bill

 

Practicing Curmudgeon & Audio Snob

 

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Citizen Cope, solo acoustic at Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead, Pittsburgh Pa.

 

Clarence played to the sold-out, enthusiastic crowd of 1000 in his typical, shy & humble manner.

at the end of his second set, the crowd was steadfast, clapping, stomping, jeering & chanting for over six minutes until he reappeared for an encore.

 

over the next 45 minutes, he opened up, interfacing with the crowd almost as if we were in his living room.

 

a wonderful evening in all respects.


Bill

 

Practicing Curmudgeon & Audio Snob

 

....just an "ON" switch, Please!

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