Apollo’s Singers

Apollo’s Singers, like Apollo’s Fire Baroque Orchestra, was founded in 1992 by Jeannette Sorrell. Since their debut concert that year (performing the Mozart Requiem), this professional straight-tone chorus has been hailed as “one of the finest choirs of its kind in the country.” (The Cleveland Plain Dealer) Apollo’s Singers appear …

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Anton Armstrong

Anton Armstrong, the Harry R. and Thora H. Tosdal Professor of Music at St. Olaf College, became the fourth conductor of the St. Olaf Choir in 1990 after ten years in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he had served on the faculty of Calvin College and led the Grand Rapids Symphony …

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Emanuel Ax

Born in Lvov, Poland, Emanuel Ax moved to Winnipeg, Canada, with his family when he was a young boy. His studies at the Juilliard School were supported by the sponsorship of the Epstein Scholarship Program of the Boys Clubs of America, and he subsequently won the Young Concert Artists Award. …

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Zuill Bailey

Zuill Bailey, widely considered one of the premiere cellists in the world, is a distinguished soloist, recitalist, Artistic Director and teacher. His rare combination of celebrated artistry, technical wizardry and engaging personality has secured his place as one of the most sought after and active cellists today. A consummate concerto …

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Vytautas Barkauskas

Vytautas Barkauskas (b. 1931) is one of the most prolific Lithuanian contemporary composers. He is a graduate in mathematics (1953) and music composition (1959); at present he is professor in the Department of Composition of the Lithuanian Academy of Music. The works of Vytautas Barkauskas have been performed at international …

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