A video of the world premiere of “Hail the Coming Day” (A Festive Piece for Orchestra) is now available through the City of Winston-Salem’s Facebook page. The City of Winston-Salem commissioned as part of the city’s Centennial Celebration in 2013. The work was performed by the Winston-Salem Symphony conducted by Read more »
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“New Beethoven Research,” third fall conference, Pittsburgh, November 6-7, 2013 (morning only on Nov. 7). This pre-AMS meeting will be held at the same hotel (Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown) as the national meeting, directly before that conference. Full details available on the conference webpage.
Louis Goldstein has received the John Reinhardt Award for Distinguished Teaching. To read more please click here.
February 23, 2013 will mark The 36th Giles Harris Competitions in Musical Performance. The Piano Competition featuring Music from Brahms and Schumann will begin at 10:00 am. The Open Competition featuring Music from 1912-2012 will begin at 1:00 pm. To see the winners of last year’s competition click here.
From February 1-24, 33 Variations will be performed at Hanesbrands Theatre. FestivalStage collaborates with Wake Forest Theatre and includes current students and WFU alumni as well as Professor of music, Louis Goldstein who performs the Variations live onstage throughout the play. For more information about the play please click on the review by Lynn Read more »