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Tony DeSare & the Seattle Symphony pay tribute to Frank Sinatra, with songs including Come Fly with Me, My Way, Just in Time, & more.Tickets & details »
Jean Françaix – Piano Trio
Leonard Bernstein – “Maria” from West Side Story
Aaron Copland – Vitebsk: Study on a Jewish Theme
Philip Glass – Head On
Astor Piazzolla – Las cuatro estaciones porteñas (“The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires”)
Quincy Jones – Main Title form The Color Purple
Jonathan Bailey Holland – Introit
Joan Tower – Copperwave
Robert Dennis – Blackbird Variations
John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arr. Seb Skelly – Blackbird
Fats Waller – Black and Blue
Bix Beiderbecke, arr. Jason Adams – In a Mist, Flashes, & In the Dark
Detroit Symphony: Classical Roots – Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis [DIGITAL CONCERT]
J. Rosamond Johnson – Lift Every Voice and Sing
Kevin Day – Ignition
Damon Dandridge – I Know I’ve Been Changed
Wynton Marsalis – Meeelaan
for bassoon & strings
Igor Stravinsky – Ebony Concerto for clarinet & jazz band
Leonard Bernstein – Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs
Chamber series featuring duets live-streamed from the home of “The Wall Street Poet”, Robert C. Ford. Saturday, March 7, has Jay Rodriguez on saxophone, flute, & clarinet in duets with Gene Pritsker on electric guitar.Tickets & details »
National Sawdust: “Is this love, or is it fantasy?” – New Music by Delune & Film by Alexandra Hohner
Izzi & Kate Eberstadt of baroque pop duo Delune premiere a new concept video, Pierrot and the Reverie, blending animation by Alexandra Hohner, theater, pop music, & silent film.Tickets & details »
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