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Exclusive Interview: Conductor Sergey Smbatyan on His Upcoming U.S. Concerts with the Malta Philharmonic

Sergey Smbatyan

Armenian conductor Sergey Smbatyan talks about his upcoming U.S. concerts with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra presenting music by Shostakovich and Maltese composers Alexey Shor and Joseph Vella.

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Music Reviews: Vox Clamantis – ‘Sacrum Convivium’; The Crossing – ‘Zealot Canticles’ by Lansing McLoskey

Vox Clamantis choir

The monks retreated behind stone walls to chant their devotions. Composer Lansing McLoskey stands in the agora with his choral music on writings by Wole Soyinka.

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Music Review: ‘Stax ’68: A Memphis Story’ 5-Disc Box Set from Craft Recordings

Stax '68 A Memphis Story

On 'Stax '68: A Memphis Story,' history never looked so bleak while sounding so good. A brief glance at the track lists will begin to open your eyes, but the history of the record company from 1968 will blow your mind.

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Music Review: Neave Trio with Carla Jablonski – ‘Celebrating Piazzolla’

Neave Piano Trio Celebrating Piazzolla

Together the musicians craft the feel of a much larger band, taking turns evoking the bandoneón through technique and imaginative force, and summoning orchestral depth by turns dark and brilliant.

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