Igor Stravinsky

Igor Stravinsky

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  • Born June 17, 1882 in Ораниенба́ум / Oranienbaum, Са́нкт-Петербу́рг / Saint Petersburg, Россия / Russia
  • Died April 6, 1971 in New York, New York, United States
  • Buried Venezia, Veneto, Italia
  • Nationality Russian
  • Instruments played Piano
  • Occupations composer, conductor, musician
  • Full name Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky
  • Given name Игорь Фёдорович Стравинский

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At TubaChristmas, An Underdog Instrument Shines
The event now gathers musicians across the U.S. and in several countries abroad. It all started in December 1974, when a tuba enthusiast organized a concert of about 300 tubas in Rockefeller Plaza. (12/19/2016)
Gustavo Dudamel Opens Carnegie Hall Season With 'The Rite Of Spring'
The charismatic conductor first heard Stravinsky's rambunctious music when he was just 8. Watch him lead the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela live on Thursday night. (04/18/2017)
Why Can't Streaming Services Get Classical Music Right?
The big sites miss the mark, and yet the specialist services serve a small audience. What's a classical-curious listener supposed to do? (06/05/2015)
Saying Goodbye To A Manhattan Classical Music Mecca
The last store in Manhattan devoted exclusively to classical sheet music is closing its doors — having been lapped by online retailers and free file sharing. (03/06/2015)
Nonesuch At 50: A Record Label Without Borders
It began as a small classical label selling records at modest prices. A half-century later, it issues albums from big names in a spectrum of contemporary music from all parts of the globe. (09/11/2014)
Drum Fill Friday: Classical Headbanging Edition
In classical music, percussionists go wild with drums of all shapes and sizes. Can you guess which pieces spotlight the timpani, snare and bass drums? (08/08/2014)
First Listen: The Bad Plus, 'The Rite Of Spring'
A jazz trio plays the score to Igor Stravinsky's gloriously noisy, 101-year-old fever dream of a ballet as literally as possible — and still manages to sound like itself. (03/26/2014)

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