Brahms

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NJPAC Classical Overture with Maestro Maull

Sunday, March 6, 2022  at 2:00pm: The Classical Overture hosted by Maestro Maullfollowed by Seong-Jin Cho concert performance Location: NJPAC Prudential Hall Join Maestro Maull for a pre-concert music listening…

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Inside Music: Let's Get Serious or How Brahms makes us lose rhythmic balance

Let’s Get Serious

Johannes Brahms’s ability to distort our sense of rhythm is always lying in wait.  Turn the corner… and we suddenly lose our rhythmic balance, and Maestro Maull is certain that…

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Inside Music: Johannes Brahms Symphony No.3 in F Major, Op.90, The Deeper Side of Brahms

The Deeper Side of Brahms

Perhaps as well as any composer and frankly better than most, Johannes Brahms was able to convey the feeling of loss… the death of a close friend, an irretrievable loss of…

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The Playful Side of Brahms

People often think: “Brahms… mmm, serious.” And Brahms did in fact write lots of weighty, introspective music – all worthy of our attention. But he also had a playful side…

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Discovery Concert – Discover the Birthday Boys

Join us for this live one-hour Discovery Concert on radio station WWFM The Classical Network.

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Inside Music: Not a Bang but a Gentle Goodbye

Gentle Goodbyes

The first and final movements of many symphonies and concertos end with a bang! “Send them home on a high note!” But that is not universally the case. George Marriner…

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Marvelous job, Maestro, as always! Thank you for doing such a splendid, insightful and careful deep-dive into the art and craftsmanship that Tchaikovsky, after much effort, put into creating this work. There really is no greater portrayal of young love in music than his Romeo and Juliet, and your thoughtfulness demonstrates it so admirably.

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