• Vienna Philharmonic invites to a Love concert

      Vienna Philharmonic invites to a Love concert

      For another year, Vienna Philharmonic will present its traditional Summer Night Concert to the lovers of classical music. The concert, which was scheduled for 21 May, will take place on 18 September. As usual, the concert will be held in the open, in the fabulous baroque gardens of Schoenbrunn Palace, but this time with much more limited audience.

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    • Nomadland with Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival

      Nomadland with Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival

      US film Nomadland has won the Golden Lion prize at the Venice Film Festival, the first such event held with live audiences since the Covid-19 outbreak, news wires reported. The film, by Chinese-born Chloé Zhao, stars Frances McDormand as a widow who lives as a nomad after the 2008 crisis.

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    • Singing for Mars

      Singing for Mars

      The magnificent jazz artist Gregory Porter, whose new single “Concorde” is an ode to space exploration, is set to perform on Thursday as part of a ceremony marking the launch of NASA’s next-generation rover that will search for signs of habitable conditions on Mars.

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    • Lost Rolling Stones song featuring Jimmy Page released

      Lost Rolling Stones song featuring Jimmy Page released

      The Rolling Stones released on Wednesday previously unheard and never before released song called ‘Scarlet’. The track was recorded in October 1974 featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page. The previously unreleased track follows the huge success and acclaim of the Stones' "Living In A Ghost Town" and will feature on the upcoming 4 September multi-format release of Goats Head Soup 2020.

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    • Iconic Italian composer Ennio Morricone dies at 91

      Iconic Italian composer Ennio Morricone dies at 91

      The renowned Italian composer, Ennio Morricone, most famous for his film music, died on Sunday at the age of 91. He became a legend with the soundtracks he created for the so-called Spaghetti Westerns of the 1960s, and has composed about 500 scores for film and TV over more than 50 years.

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    • Romantic summer with Sofia Philharmonic

      Romantic summer with Sofia Philharmonic

      The Sofia Philharmonic and the National Art Gallery are inviting music fans to a series of concerts at the atrium of the gallery's Square 500 building. The events will be held on Fridays, starting at 6.30pm, from 3 July until 7 August. This cultural space will echo with the sounds of masterpieces of chamber orchestra music performed by various groups of the Sofia Philharmonic.

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    • Bob Dylan releases first original album in 8 years

      Bob Dylan releases first original album in 8 years

      The US folk and rock legend and Nobel winner Bob Dylan released his first album of original songs in eight years on Friday, AFP reported. "Rough and Rowdy Ways" is Dylan’s first collection of new material since "Tempest" in 2012, although he has released a number of cover albums in the interim.

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