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Playlist feature: Fauré, Getty, and Berlioz

Experience the program in this playlist on Spotify

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Berkeley Symphony presents Gordon Getty's Joan and the Bells 

Hear soprano Lisa Delan and baritone Lester Lynch sing Gordon Getty's interpretation of Joan and the Bells with the Berkeley Symphony on February 1 & 2

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New Release: Beauty Come Dancing

Poetry and music merge in a new album of choral works by composer Gordon Getty, Beauty Come Dancing (PENTATONE PTC5186621). Conductor James Gaffigan leads The Netherlands Radio Choir and Radio Philharmonic Orchestra in settings of poetry by John Keats, Lord Byron, John Masefield, Sara Teasdale, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and Ernest Christopher Dowson. There are also settings of three original poems by Gordon Getty, plus his arrangement of the traditional Shenandoah.

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Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music available on medici.tv

Fans of classical music will rejoice to experience Getty's "passionate love of music and the pursuit of a life of creative fulfillment" in the documentary feature Gordon Getty: There Will Be Music.

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Welcoming in the Winter Season with December Celebration

Ahead of the winter holidays, celebrate the season with a cycle of four original carols by Gordon Getty, composed for women's or children’s chorus and chamber orchestra.

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Experience Gordon Getty's Plump Jack on Spotify

"Over the years I have reworked and revised Plump Jack, a process that has taught me the importance of a solid orchestration, which I was fortunate enough to find through good teaching and stubborn repetition."

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