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"The best review I ever got was not from a music
critic, but from my father. He was 94 years old at the
time and completely blind. He attended a Master Class
I gave in London and sat there in his wheelchair for about
three hours. When it was over, I went to speak with him.
He lifted up his finger in his characteristic way and
said, "I see that you are actually a member of the
healing profession." It seemed to me the highest
- Benjamin Zander
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"BPYO scaled the mountain of Wagner's 'Siegfried'"
"Yet Another BPYO Triumph" - Boston Musical Intelligencer
April 26: BPYO plays Wagner, Siegfried Act III
Boston Classical Review: Cellist, Boston Philharmonic close season in style with rousing French works
Boston Musical Intelligencer: New Insights Into Familiar Works
Boston Globe: A pretty fantastic ‘Fantastique’ from Zander and the BPO
Saturday, April 11 - last Interpretation Class of the season
Review: "Still Another BPO Knockout"
Review: "Lovely meeting of musical minds between Philharmonic, Mikolaj"
Review: "Polish soprano soars in Strauss and Mahler with Boston Philharmonic"
Ben conducts Mahler's 4th with the BPO
The Odessa American on Ben's visit to the Permian Basin
BPYO review: "A Youth Orchestra Like Ivory Snow"
Cassatt Quartet residency in Odessa, TX, February 4-7
"Science like music"
Music Web International
Benjamin Zander discusses Bruckner’s Symphony No. 5
Bruckner: Symphony No 5 - Philharmonia Orchestra, cond Benjamin Zander
Benjamin Zander conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in definitive production
Mike Goist, Amazon.com, June 11, 2006
CHRISTOPHER MALTMAN, BARITONE, BENJAMIN ZANDER, CONDUCTOR, PHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA; Mahler: "Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen"; Symphony No. 1 (Telarc)*** 1/2
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Zander's Mahler Symphony No. 1
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