Charles Latshaw

Conductor

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Review from November 20, 2010 Concert

Posted By on November 22, 2010 in News about Charles, Reviews | 0 comments

Ballet – a Choreographer’s Evening

Posted By on October 7, 2010 in Concert Announcements, Featured, News about Charles | 0 comments

Ballet – a Choreographer’s Evening

Charles conducts at Indiana University this weekend, for the Fall Ballet, titled “A Choreographer’s Evening.” October 8 and 9, at 8:00 PM in the Musical Arts Center The performance features music by Bartók, Tchaikovsky, Glinka, and David Baker. More details are available from the Indiana University Opera and Ballet Department...

Review from the BSO’s October 2, 2010 Concert

Posted By on October 4, 2010 in Featured, News about Charles, Reviews | 0 comments

Profile – BSO a Second Family for Musicians

Posted By on September 26, 2010 in Featured, News about Charles | 0 comments

Profile – BSO a Second Family for Musicians

Published in the Bloomington Herald Times – September 26, 2010 By Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist 9/26/2010 The atmosphere in the Orchestra Room of Bloomington South on a mid-September Tuesday evening was totally relaxed. Chatting, laughter and instrumental warm-ups mingled as members of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra gathered and prepared for their weekly 7 to 9:15 p.m. rehearsal. Not long before starting time, their leader, their conductor, their music director, Charles Latshaw, joined them, did some chatting of his own, and — when the wall...

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Review from BSO’s Oct 3 2009 Concert

Posted By on October 9, 2009 in Featured, News about Charles, Reviews | 0 comments

Review from BSO’s Oct 3 2009 Concert

Peter Jacobi’s review in the Bloomington Herald Times is in: The orchestra’s current music director, Charles Latshaw, was in charge, very much so, and he had invited Maxim Bernard to solo in the Schumann A minor Piano Concerto, this between two vigorous sets of dances, those from the ballet “Estancia” by Alberto Ginastera and those called Polovtsian, from the opera “Prince Igor” by Alexander Borodin. … In the dances from “Estancia,” particularly, the orchestra made itself proud. This paean to the gauchos, the cowboys,...