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2 Cellos

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The meteoric success of 2CELLOS started when former cello rivals Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser decided to join forces. In January 2011, they uploaded a unique cello version of "Smooth Criminal" by Michael Jackson onto YouTube. Within just a few weeks, their video became a huge viral sensation, receiving over 5 million views. Signed to Sony Masterworks since 2011, they... read full bio

Abaca String Band

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The Abaca String Band was founded by guitarist Andrew Schulman in 1991. This unique group, consisting of 8-string Guitar, Mandolin, Violin, Viola, and Double Bass, began by performing for membership events at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. They have appeared as featured artists on the Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert Series since 1995. The Abaca String Band frequently... read full bio

Amanda Palmer

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Performer, writer, giver, taker, yeller, listener, love-lover, rule-hater, ukulele-freak, and piano-slayer. Co-founder of the punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls, currently doing crazy shit with The Grand Theft Orchestra for my new album "Theatre Is Evil"!!... read full bio

Andre Rieu

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At University, Andre Rieu performed the Gold And Silver Waltz by Franz Leh░r. Encouraged by the audience reaction he decided to pursue the waltz form. Rieu formed the Maastricht Salon Orchestra and performed as a violinist with the Limburg Symphony Orchestra. In 1987, he created the Johann Strauss Orchestra and his own production company. Since then, his melodramatic stage performances... read full bio

Andre Watts

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André Watts is a world celebrated classical pianist. Mr. Watts became a faculty member at the Jacobs School of Music in 2004. He has had a successful career in the music industry and won a Grammy Award for Best New Classical Artist in 1964. He was first discovered at the age of 16 when Leonard Bernstein selected him to make... read full bio

Andrea Bocelli

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Andrea Bocelli, as born in Lajatico, Italy, in 1958, is one of the greatest singing talents in the world today. He has been blind since age 12, owing to congenital glaucoma and a blow to the head while tending goal during a soccer game. Andrea Bocelli did not begin his singing career until the late 1980s, when he began performing... read full bio

Andrea Hanson

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American born Soprano Andrea Hanson brings a wealth of experience and dramatic intensity to her performances. She has been heard in the title role of Manon Lescaut, Mimi in la La Boheme, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Desdemona in Otello, the female chorus in The Rape of Lucretia and Marguerite in Faust among many others. Having taught voice both in... read full bio

Andy LoRusso

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Mix a dollop of Dean Martin, a pinch of Pavarotti, and a splash of Emeril Live and who do you have Andy LoRusso, The Singing Chef. "This guy can truly Sing & Cook"- Entertainer Extraordinaire! For over ten years now this best selling cookbook author and recording artist has been stirring up the country with his own unique blend of... read full bio

Awadagin Pratt

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Pratt's career received its impetus when in 1992 he became the first African-American pianist to win the Naumburg International Piano Competition. He won the Naumburg prize, which launched him into a strenuous performance schedule, with 40 to 50 concerts that year and 70 in the following year, when he signed with the New York City artist management firm IMG Artists.... read full bio

Bach To The Future

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The Classics Meet the Modern World...Imagine the classics - Bach, Beethoven, Mozart - performed in exciting new ways... modern jazz, African, and Latin rhythms. Bach to the Future brings an exciting, whimsical approach to the most beloved music of all time, and some of the most interesting cutting-edge instruments you'll ever see. How about a Drumitar An electric violin that... read full bio

Barbara McAlister

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Barbara McAlister is an internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano Native American opera singer from Muskogee, Oklahoma. She won the Loren Zachary Competition in Los Angeles, California, which launched her career. She has since performed in the opera houses of Passau, Koblenz, Bremerhaven, and most notably Flensburg, where she was engaged for a decade. She has given solo performances at Carnegie Hall, Alice... read full bio

Boris Belkin

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Boris Belkin is a famous Soviet-born violinist. A prodigy in every sense of the word, he has been performing publicly since the age of 7 - with just one year of lessons under his belt. He was a renowned performer within Russia before the age of 25, after which he emigrated to the West and has been an international sensation... read full bio

Borromeo String Quartet

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Founded in 1989, the Borromeo String Quartet (Nicholas Kitchen and Ruggero Allifranchini, violin; Hsin-Yun Huang, viola; and Yeesun Kim, cello) won second prize at the 1990 International String Quartet Competition in Evian, France. They won the 1991 Young Concert Artists International Auditions and made their New York debut at the 92nd Street Y in 1992. They have also made debut... read full bio

Broadway: Black & Blues

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Celebrating the authentically American Musical with vignettes from Broadway hits like Dreamgirls, Purlie and The Wiz, Award-winning choreographer and prominent tap dance Ted Louis Levy and Capathia Jenkins lead a cast of four, singing hit songs from shows that highlight the tradition of the Musical Review, with selections from Black and Blue, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Five Guys Named Moe and... read full bio

Canadian Brass

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Carlos Alvarez

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Carlos Alvarez (born 1966 in M ílaga) is a Spanish baritone who has had a major international opera career since the early 1990s. His recording of the title role in Isaac Albéniz's Merlin with Placido Domingo as King Arthur won a Latin Grammy Award in 2001, and his recording of the role of Ford in Giuseppe Verdi's Falstaff won the Grammy... read full bio

Carol Wincenc

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Carol Wincenc is among the leading American flutists of her generation and is active as a soloist, chamber player, and professor of flute performance. Her choice of repertory is broad, encompassing standards by J.S. Bach, Mozart, and Nielsen, as well as contemporary works, especially by American composers. In the latter realm, she is known for giving many important premieres of... read full bio

Chip Davis

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Grammy Award winning composer/ musician Chip Davis is one of the most successful innovators and entrepreneurs in music today. More than 25 years ago, he transformed popular instrumental music by introducing what has become known as the New Age music genre. By mixing pop music with classical and rock styles, he has given new life to... read full bio

Chris Mann

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With a powerful voice and dynamic live performance, Chris Mann has emerged on the scene as an artist to watch. His blend of classically trained tenor and contemporary pop vocals is a sound that is rare in the world of music today. Growing up in Wichita, Kansas, Chris began playing the piano and performing at a young age. He immersed... read full bio

Chris Thile

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Chris Thile, of Punch Brothers, is a mandolin virtuoso, composer and vocalist. With his broad outlook that encompasses progressive bluegrass, classical, rock and jazz, Thile transcends the borders of conventionally circumscribed genres, creating a distinctly American canon and a new musical aesthetic for performers and audiences alike. In February of 2015 he won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album... read full bio



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