All this week and through Christmas, we’re presenting holiday programs at 7pm, and the one for this evening is something special for the centennial year of Benjamin Britten.
If you’re looking for a way to beat the late winter blahs, there’s no better way than to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, at the Palace Theatre this weekend.
Afghan Star is a television show fashioned after shows like American Idol, a singing competition in which the people can vote by SMS for their favorite star. For many young Afghanis this is their first exposure to anything democratic.
Interview with the cast of Opera Columbus’s production of Mozart’s ‘The Marriage of Figaro.”
Follow Columbus resident and blues artist Shaun Booker, who has been chosen by the Columbus Blues Alliance to represent Columbus in this year’s Memphis International Blues Challenge, as she prepares for her upcoming shows in the competition.
WOSU theater critic Joy Reilly talks with Columbus Symphony violinist Leonid Polonsky about his musical family’s concert
Christopher Purdy and Nannette Maciejunes talk about how the Lincoln Center in New York is trying to reach out to its audiences through education – not unlike how Columbus is trying to reach its audience.
I wish I had been able to continue, but now I am able to truly appreciate how much work goes into singing in a choir.
The Columbus Jazz Orchestra brings the sweet sounds of Jazz to the wonders of the Water’s Edge Events Park at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
I had never been to the Columbus Arts festival before, and I had a great time just wandering and enjoying the sights and smells. One artist that caught my attention right away was Bill Secunda of Butler, PA. It’s hard to miss his display of giant animals made entirely of nails.
WOSU Public Media is looking for original music to be part of the soundtrack for our new TV documentary series, Columbus Neighborhoods