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Minetti Quartett plays ‘the zest for life’ during Chico visit

Minetti Quartett plays ‘the zest for life’ during Chico visit

Mitchell Kret

March 26, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Campus

The Minetti Quartett visited Chico in Zingg Recital Hall during their tour across the Western U.S. Sunday, March 24. The Austrian string quartet played three collections of music by Haydn, Shostakovich and Schubert, giving the performance strong emotion and contrast. “…from zest for life,&...

Mid-Century classical music inspires modern musings

Mid-Century classical music inspires modern musings

Olyvia Simpson

February 12, 2019


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The 19th and 20th centuries were brought back to life for a couple of hours through the joyful concert music of composers like Alfredo Casella and Erwin Schulhoff on Sunday afternoon. The "Mid-Century Modern Vol. 2" concert was presented by The Florestan Society Foundation and the Music and Theatr...

‘Astronomic’ chamber music by Brahms serenades

‘Astronomic’ chamber music by Brahms serenades

Olyvia Simpson

January 29, 2019


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There were many events happening on and around campus Saturday night. But the melodious tune from the trickling of piano keys and plucking of violin strings from within the Zingg Recital Hall of the Arts Building drew quite the audience. The concert was hosted by the North State Symphony and consisted o...

Classical celebration captivates with young talent

Classical celebration captivates with young talent

Michael Quiring

March 9, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Loud whispers filled the Presbyterian Church as many in attendance patiently waited for the stunning showcase of young musical talent.The Butte County Branch of the Music Teachers' Association of California and the Mount Lassen Branch of the Suzuki Association of the Americas presented the fifth annua...

Symposium closes with silent film score

Symposium closes with silent film score

Veronica Hodur

March 2, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

The silent era of film was revolutionary, and the New Music Symposium revived the tradition. David Dvorin, the artistic director of the New Music Symposium, composed the new score behind the silent film "The Golem." He had a specific idea to get across during the final event of Saturday night's symposium in Rowland-Taylor Rec...

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