The Kiss Concert and Dvorak’s Cello Concert are the best of 2016

The Kiss Concert and Dvorak’s Cello Concert are the best of 2016

New year is upon us and it is time for our 2016 picks.

The most memorable concerts, albums and composers of 2016 are set to return with a bang, and the most interesting music of the year will also see a comeback.

The best performances of the previous year are on show here, as are some truly special works that are guaranteed to grab your attention. 

We also bring you a list of the best performances we could find in the past 12 months, which are highlighted by a new album or two, a big concert, a record and a film.

Here is a complete list of what we are looking forward to this year.1.

The Kite String Quartet’s The Last Kiss (2013)1. 

 Marianne Verve’s Dvorakov Cello Concerto No. 1 (2016)2. 

The Kite Strings’ The Last Night (2015)3. 

Vince Guaraldi and the Dvorák Orchestra’s Mildred, Gone by Gemma McKenna (2016)”The Last Kiss” was the best performing of the Kite string quartet’s quartet, which features Guarassi, a composer whose work in the violin and piano ranges from early classical to post-classical works, a major departure from the quartet of recent decades. 

Guarassi’s music was inspired by his experiences during the Spanish Civil War, and is set in the Spanish town of Granada, where he served in the army.

The concert also includes Guarassias piano solo, and a piano concerto by composer Juan Carlos Pardo.

It is not clear if Guaras piano solo is in the final version. 

Dvorak and Guarasses Piano Concerto has been hailed by critics as a masterpiece and is a masterpiece of modern composition, one of the greatest compositions of the 20th century. 

“The Last Night” was written by Grammar Boy Miguel Dominguez, who is best known for his work on films like Borat: Cultural Learnings of Stalin and Terrific and The Amazing Spiderman 2. 

It features Guarras piano, Guarals cello, and Guarrásss piano and clarinet. 

This is a rare concert in that it was recorded live by Dominges own orchestra, and not digitally. 

There is no digital version of this recording, but we will continue to look into the issue. 

2.

The Lido Concert (2015), a collaboration between two musicians: Amin El-Erian and Arman El-Din (2015)”Lido” was an incredible collaboration between El-Fouad and Aman Eldin, two talented violinists, who have collaborated on several projects over the years, most notably the Dostoyevsky opera The Secret of the Unicorn. 

El-Dín created a unique collaboration between the violinist and the composer El-El, who wrote the score for the film, but El-Baz, the violin player and composer, also contributed his music to the film. 

For the Lido, El- Erian created a beautiful symphony of string arrangements that is based on a traditional Persian tune.

The orchestra performed the orchestral piece The Last Word on its first day of performance. 

3.

The Symphony of the Night (2016), an album by the Baba Seer of Egypt and the Greece Discovery of The Night in the Nighttime (2016)”The Night” is one of our favorite music albums of the last few years. 

Symphony of the night is an epic composition that tells the story of the rise of the Egyptian Pharaoh, the rise and fall of the great pharaohs, the downfall of the Pharaohs dynasty, and their subsequent coronavirus pandemic. 

I can’t tell you how much I loved the first two pieces on this album, the first being The Evening and The Night in the Nighttime. 

As for the Night in the night, I love the arrangement of strings and the guitar in particular. 

And that was The Night in the Night. 

A beautiful, beautiful piece of music. 

4. 

Porchetta, a concerto for the orchestra of the Italian national orchestra and orchestra in Rome (2017)”Porchitta” was one of my favorites from the Italian national orchestra, which performed it live during its concert tour in 2017. 

Italian composer Giancarlo Pasquali wrote the composition for the concert, which was performed in concert hall of the Grand Hotel dei Cap