Carnegie Hall Citywide announces Summer 2023 concert lineup with exciting programming across New York City

  Carnegie Hall announced the lineup for the summer 2023 season of Carnegie Hall Citywide, the Hall’s free concert series that brings live music to neighborhoods across New York City. Presented in partnership with community organizations throughout the city, the series—celebrating its 50th anniversary this season—offers dynamic performances highlighting renowned local artists from a variety of musical genres—including classical, jazz, folk, Latin music, and more.




RPO announces new Season for 2023/24 following key role in the Coronation of King Charles III

  Following its role in the Coronation Service last Saturday, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is excited to announce details of its 2023/24 season of UK concerts.

The MSO expands cross-cultural engagement with South-East Asia

  The partnership proposal plan between the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and the West Java Province was signed on Saturday 13 May in Indonesia. This partnership commitment is part of the Implementation program of the cooperation between West Java and the Victorian Government.

10,000+ NYC Students Participate in Interactive Link Up Concerts at Carnegie Hall on May 23–25

  The nearly 10,500 New York City-area students who have taken part in the Link Up program in their classroom over the last school year will travel to Carnegie Hall to take part in one of six concerts in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage on Tuesday, May 23, Wednesday, May 24, and Thursday, May 25. This is the first time that live Link Up concerts have been able to take place at Carnegie Hall since 2019, due to the pandemic.

Adelaide Festival Centre and National Gallery Singapore come together in five-year creative collaboration

  Adelaide Festival Centre will work in partnership with National Gallery Singapore, a leading visual arts institution which oversees the worlds largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art, as part of a five-year plan for creative collaboration and cultural exchange.



Concerto Digital: Osesp, Martyn Brabbins (regente) e Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)
Concert, 5.26, 20:30(UTC-3)

Together with the conductor MARTYN BRABBINS and pianist JEAN-EFFLAM BAVOUZET, the OSESP plays the classic of Mozart. Come and join!


Jan Vogler Cello Recital

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Initiated by the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), the Beijing Forum for Performing Arts (BFPA) was established on September 9, 2020. It is a non-governmental, non-profit and collaborative organization voluntarily formed by performing arts institutions and related institutions around the world, headquartered in Beijing, China.


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