Kenneth Woods’ Debut at Colorado MahlerFest XXIX

MahlerFest musicians come through for new director Kenneth Woods Review from Boulder Daily Camera critic Kelly Dean Hansen. Read the whole thing here “…Woods showed why he is revered as a Mahler interpreter.”   “For Colorado MahlerFest, whose essence has been synonymous with founder Robert Olson for 28 years, this was potentially even more daunting. […]

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More Mahler 7 connections

Hi Mahler fans. Following on from last week’s post on Mahler 7, I’ve had a number of questions, challenges and queries which have led to some very illuminating discussions. I thought I’d share a few highlights of those here. A couple of readers asked what the connection (“to be continued”) is between M7 and M8. […]

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KENNETH WOODS APPOINTED ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF COLORADO MAHLERFEST

This is a Reblog: Read the original official press release from MusicCo International UPDATE- A new interview as Ken speaks to Peter Alexander at Sharps and Flatirons here.  Coverage from Norman Lebrecht’s Slipped Disc here: “The Colorado MahlerFest in and around the city of Boulder is one of the boldest musical initiatives of modern times. ” […]

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Another note, another blog post

As a follow-up to my post on the volume level of the last note of the first movement of Mahler 5, I wanted to come back to the obvious parallel with the last note of the 2nd movement. The note in question is a single eighth-note a-natural on the timpani, marked “solo,” “well-tuned,” accent (>) […]

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