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      Because it ushers forth from the full range of human experience – all the triumphs and tragedies of life, as well as encounters with the Divine – music has the power to reach deep into the human soul and shape our inner essence. From the majesty of the Mozart Requiem to Randy Travis’ latest country hit, each speaks to us in a particular way.


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Orchestras

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Conductors & Artistic Directors
Opera & Musical Theater
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      Music has rightly been called the universal language, and in this collection you’ll find reviews and analyses of not only the Bachs and Beethovens but contemporary creative forces such as Russia’s Alfred Schnittke, and Toru Takemitsu of Japan, who are also leaving their mark across national boundaries. And through music we meet not only the composers but the splendid array of performers from every corner of the world today – from Siberian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky to Italian opera sensation Cecilia Bartoli.

      Over the years, we have sought to bring the very best in the realm of music to you, and this collection of more than 300 articles on composers and performers, as well as music schools, music genres, and festivals, represents the fruit of that endeavor. We invite you to choose your category and prepare to step into another world.
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