Losing a flute in Philly

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On his way through Philadelphia after a 14-city U.S. tour that ended Friday, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra first-chair flutist Eyal Ein-Habar... Read more

Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia leader steps down

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After eight years, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia executive director Peter H. Gistelinck is resigning his position at the end of the 2013-14... Read more

Christoph Eschenbach extends at NSO

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Christoph Eschenbach, well-known to Philadelphians from his five-year stint at the orchestra, has extended his stay at the National Symphony... Read more

Art is where you find it, Part 27

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You can imagine the father explaining it to his son in the not-too-distant future: "...You would drop a coin in the slot, and you could make... Read more

Leonard Bogdanoff, orchestra violist, 1930-2014

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Leonard Bogdanoff, 83, a violist with the Philadelphia Orchestra for a half century, died suddenly at home in Elkins Park Friday. Colleagues... Read more

The slippery business of playing violin

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Some in last Friday's audience for Nikolaj Znaider's Beethoven Concerto with the Philadelphia Orchestra noticed a bit of a stir on stage in... Read more

The Other Face of Jonathan Biss

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So passionate an advocate for his art form is Jonathan Biss as a writer and teacher, no one should forget his day job: pianist. Biss, whose online... Read more

Music in Nature, Nature in Music

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Long ago, when we were more familiar with the sounds of the forest than the earbud and on friendlier terms with the dome of stars above us... Read more