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Toledo Symphony Brings Beethoven To Life In the Huntington Center

Published: Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Ode to Joy April 6, 2014 Toledo Symphony at Huntington Center The Huntington Center in downtown Toledo is the place to go for BIG events: big games, big shows, big noise, big crowds. When the Toledo Symphony decided to make its first foray into Lucas County's pop-culture venue for Ode to Joy: A Community's Celebration of Music, the production was an more»

TARTA Shuttles and Schedule

Published: Friday, April 4, 2014
Take a “Joy” ride to a special Toledo Symphony event. In celebration of 70 years of service to the community, the Toledo Symphony is having a special show at Huntington Center in Downtown Toledo featuring 1,000 area student and community musicians for “Ode to Joy” from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 6, more»

Symphony’s Brahms Project delights crowd

Published: Monday, March 3, 2014
“Brahms seems to appeal to those curious folk whose minds are made in bits carelessly joined or not joined at all. Of the two concertos, the one in D minor is distinctly less abominable than the other, but neight contains much genuine music.” So wrote London critic J.F. Runciman for his publication, the Saturday Review, on Dec. 3, 1898. (This more»

Toledo Symphony's 2nd, final Brahms Project concert proves even better than the wonderful first.

Published: Monday, March 3, 2014
Last night's second and final concert in the Toledo Symphony's Brahms Project proved several things about the orchestra, its principal conductor Stefan Sanderling, piano soloist Kirill Gerstein, and, mostly, about the redemption maturity bestows on composers. About the orchestra: it became clear early in the evening that learning double the music for a pair more»

Paul Jacobs has passion for pipes

Published: Thursday, February 20, 2014
Share0 Tweet3 0 Reddit0 0 Email3 Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs will perform at the Peristyle. FELIX BROEDEEnlarge The pipe organ often is called "the king of instruments" — and not just by organists. It's huge compared to any other instrument. It's complex. Plus, listen to a skilled musician performing on a pipe organ and the nearly more»

Symphony, UT Collaborate to Celebrate Mozart

Published: Friday, January 3, 2014
Share3 Tweet6 0 Reddit0 0 Email0 German-Japanese pianist Kimiko Ishizaka will perform at Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor at 4 p.m. Jan. 12. Enlarge The Toledo Symphony may just have found the antidote to the dark-and-gloomy post-holiday daze that is January. The tonic is Mozart. That’s as in, take a healthy serving of Wolfgang Amadeus and his more»

Sounds of the Season

Published: Sunday, December 8, 2013
Share20 Tweet7 0 Reddit0 0 Email0 From left: Toledo Symphony brass players Garth Simmons, trombone; Charles Slater, trombone; Daniel Harris, bass trombone, and David Saltzman, tuba, perform at Carnegie Hall in 2011. MARY PENCHEFF PHOTOGRAPHYEnlarge Do you hear what I hear? (If you don’t, try removing the earbuds. We are talking live music.) Advent more»

Symphony's Pop Series Holiday Show Will Rock

Published: Sunday, December 1, 2013
BY SALLY VALLONGO SPECIAL TO THE BLADE Share0 Tweet2 0 Reddit0 0 Email0 Members of Rockapella will perform with the Toledo Symphony at Stranahan Theater. Enlarge Think of Rockapella, the enduring-yet-hip vocal group to make its Toledo debut this weekend, as a human jukebox. Five guys, five distinct voices, five creative personalities, all converging more»

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