If you think you get cranky when you miss that first morning cup of java, how about this: “If I couldn’t, three times a day, be allowed to drink my little cup of coffee, in my anguish, I will turn into a shriveled-up roast goat.”
â€œWith each single that Armstrong released during this era, musicians would wait with baited breath to hear what he was going to do, and then theyâ€™d try to emulate the style,â€ describes Byron Stripling, Artistic Director of the Columbus Jazz Orchestra.
Join us for an exclusive interview with pianist Andre Watts as he prepares for his collaboration with the Columbus Symphony
Shostakovich described the 10th Symphony as a biography of Stalin, especially the second movement. Listen and youâ€™ll hear exactly what Shostakovich thought of the ruler of the Soviet Union and his government.
Meet blues guitarist Sean Carney as he talks about music and the value of passing on the tradition of the blues.
Local painter Duarte Brown shows how the new movement of Performance Painting is done â€“ where painters, rappers, singers and dancers get together and make a one-of-a-kind experience. Duarte is a master artist in the TRANSIT ARTS program – a program that helps teens focus their energy on art. Transit Arts is the local connection [...]
Of guitarist Richard Smith, who is just 30 years old, Chet Atkins said: â€œHe can play anything I know, only better.â€
As a special treat, Byron Stripling and the Jazz Arts Group Quartet perform a number at the newly renovated Lincoln Theatre.
Music is, after all, organized noise, and it is through music that misfiring brain synapses are hopefully corrected.
The Lincoln Theater is open and we talk to Gene Walker, Columbusâ€™ own master sax player, as he remembers his own past at the theatre and how important it is to bring jazz back to the neighborhood.
If you want to be in the OSUMB, you must sign up for Music 205.01, a 2-credit-hour summer class. Nobody on campus works harder for two credits.