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Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela Makes First U.S. Tour

Philadelphia Orchestra's United States Tour
Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra's 4th Carnegie Hall Tour with CM
San Francisco Girls Chorus Returns from Korea, Beijing & the Forbidden City Music Hall!
Yale Alumni Chorus Brings the Power of Song to South Africa
Classical Movements' 20th Tour with the National Symphony Orchestra
Yale Concert Band Blows Away Brazil
An Italian Quartet
Joie de vivre! - L'Orchestre National de France in London
The University of Maryland Chamber Singers Take 2nd Place in Llangollen Eisteddfod in Wales
Dmitri Hvorostovsky Tours Mexico, U.S., Canada
Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Performs in the Most Prestigious Concert Halls in Brazil
Portland Youth Philharmonic Tours Taiwan and South Korea
Three Musical Cities, One Outstanding Festival
Classical Movements Launches New Choral Festival in South Africa
Melodia! In Scenic Brazil and Argentina
Carnegie Hall Welcomes Minnesota Orchestra
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Perform in Florida
Carnegie Hall Welcomes Minnesota Orchestra
Warm Reception on a Cold Winter Night

The Minnesota Orchestra has recently been causing the music world to sit up and take notice, and the Orchestra's appearance at Carnegie Hall on February 13th and 14th of 2007 was an opportunity for New York audiences to share in the wealth of quality music making that Minnesota residents have been enjoying lately. The first evening of their New York engagement, Music Director Osmo Vänskä paired Beethoven's Fourth Symphony with Sibelius's Fifth; followed the next evening by Sibelius's Fourth Symphony opposite Beethoven's Fifth. A smaller work by Sibelius opened each concert.

Though many New Yorkers were heard joking that the Minnesotans had brought with them the cold temperatures outside, the Orchestra's performances inside the hall were warmly received.

Classical Movements has enjoyed an affable, productive and successful working relationship with The Minnesota Orchestra over the years, and looks ahead to future projects together with eagerness and enthusiasm.

Orchestra and conductor together have generated quite a buzz in the music world of late, and the Orchestra's ongoing Beethoven Symphony Cycle on the BIS label - conducted by Vänskä - has garnered considerable acclaim, including a 2008 Grammy Award nomination for "Best Orchestral Performance" for Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. The future looks bright for the Minnesota Orchestra as Maestro Vänskä has extended his tenure with the Orchestra through 2011.


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