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5.5.14

Koussevitsky Celebration @ LoC


Charles T. Downey, Serge Koussevitzky’s legacy celebrated at the Library of Congress
Washington Post, May 5, 2014

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M. Babbitt, Phonemena (inter alia), J. Bettina

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Serge Koussevitzky shepherded many compositions into existence as conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. In his final years, he established two foundations to carry on the work of commissioning new music. These foundations have now merged, and their home base, the Library of Congress, celebrated the legacy of the Russian conductor with a concert on Friday night.

Some of the Koussevitzky commissions have become contemporary classics... [Continue reading]
Koussevitzky Legacy Celebration
Ursula Oppens and Friends
Library of Congress

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