Monthly Archives: November 2011

Mozart, Prokofiev Bring Light and Full Elements to JSO Concert

There is much to be said about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s (1756-1791) popularity. His music is one of the more recognizable, used in movies (Amadeus was loosely based on his life), Looney Tunes and commercials. The music is lighter in nature … Continue reading

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Antonin Dvořák, Jean Sibelius and Chloë Hanslip Bring Enchantment to JSO Stage

For ones who attend many symphonies, they may note there is a recurring theme of young soloists gracing the orchestra stages. That is because these young artists have shown they are not the next “hot” item, but have proven their … Continue reading

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