As reported recently in NPR’s Deceptive Cadence, an 11 year old violinist named Dylan Hamme got to meet and play a duet with his music idol, Joshua Bell, on live national television no less. It seems he was busking on 5th Avenue near Rockefeller Center and was asked in to the NBC studio of the Today Show with Kathie Lee and Hoda.
Fresh off the Kenyon College set of “Liberal Arts,” writer-director-actor Josh Radnor talks about his next film.
An exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art showcases the prints – and social commentary – of one of Columbus’ best known printmakers.
This fall, after a two-year whirlwind tour performing at some of the worldâ€™s hottest jazz festivals, Monaco is launching an undergraduate major in Hammond B3 organ playing at Capital Universityâ€™s Conservatory of Music.
The Johnstone Fund for New Music and Columbus’s own dancers, musicians and speakers presented Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale at the Columbus Foundation on May 1st.
It’s the dawning of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), the annual competition that, since it began in 1999, has challenged millions of scribes worldwide to crank out 50,000-word drafts of their novels in just 30 days.
Smith reads two of her poems here, “Apologue (1)” â€“ which she calls “an experiment” â€“ and “The List of Dangers,” a reflection on her move to suburbia as a young girl.
Columbus’s Mark Swartzentruber knows what it takes to go from beginner to professional because he’s done it.