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Collegium Aureum

The Collegium Aureum considers itself a “resurrected court orchestra” that attempts to try out music using the authentic performance practice and sound using the actual historical instruments from the Baroque, Classical, and Intimate periods of Euro music. The orchestra itself was founded in 1962 with the Western world German record …

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Milan Turkovic

Milan Turkovic is among the few musicians to be famous being a bassoonist. Probably just Klaus Thunemann competitors him for preeminence among bassoon players from the next half from the 20th hundred years. But, with over 40 recordings to his credit being a soloist and chamber participant (and over 200 …

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Yuli Turovsky

Yuli Turovsky was among the many Russian émigré music artists who established a profession in the Western world being a conductor and soloist. Like Mstislav Rostropovich, he was educated being a cellist who steadily became drawn to performing, frequently splitting his profession evenly between your podium and instrumental functionality. He …

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Sviatoslav Richter

Having learned the basics of music from his dad, Sviatoslav Teofilovich Richter trained himself the piano and acquired already given community concerts before getting into the Moscow Conservatory in 1937. While still students, Richter won initial prize on the All-Union Competition of Performers of 1945. His playing gained him significant …

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Mark-Anthony Turnage

Best referred to as eclectic, Turnage’s highly energetic design is infused with affects from jazz, rock and roll, and Western modernism. His result contains symphonic, chamber, and operatic functions, which demonstrate an enthusiastic sense of theatre, and an capability to clarify one of the most complicated of textures. He’s most …

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Jeff Ballard

Drummer/percussionist Jeff Ballard was created in Southern California in 1963 and was raised in Santa Cruz, CA. He recalls laying in bed hearing the documented music his dad would perform on weekends, including Count number Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Oscar Peterson, Sergio Mendez, and Milton Nascimento. Ballard was originally …

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Budapest Symphony Orchestra

In 1943, conductor Ernst von Dohnányi founded the Symphony Orchestra from the Hungarian Radio and Tv. Today, that orchestra is well known outdoors Hungary as the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, but its concerts remain broadcast in Hungary and somewhere else. It likes a reputation because of its interpretations from the Hungarian …

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Jean-Pierre Rampal

Jean-Pierre Rampal was among history’s very best flute players, and being among the most documented classical artists ever. His dad was the 1st flutist from the Marseilles Symphony Orchestra and was teacher of flute in the Conservatory there. Although his dad taught him to try out the flute, he didn’t …

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Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra

The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra isn’t a full-time ensemble, but still a quite busy band of about 26 roughly musicians, a lot of international renown, who assemble many times yearly to execute some concerts dedicated mostly to Baroque-era music. The repertory range falls in the time 1600 to 1791 (the entire …

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Jenö Jandó

If the artistic identities of some performers are destined up with the documenting companies that maintained their music-making — Artur Rubinstein with RCA Red Seal, for instance, or Yo-Yo Ma using the crossover-friendly incarnation of Sony/CBS — then your face from the Naxos label and its own repertory-based, high-volume, low-budget …

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