The cliche holds that no good deed goes unpunished. But for some music and dance students, a flash mob performance of the Waltz of the Flowers from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker seems to be bringing more love – not more punishment – at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital.
Every year, Opera Columbus invites the best new singers in the nation to compete in the Irma M. Cooper Opera Columbus International Vocal Competition. We followed the contestants from nail biting backstage preparations to the winner’s performance.
ProMusica brings back tradition of home concerts. We tagged along to find out the challenges that pianist Donald Berman and horn player Karl Pituch face when performing for such an intimate crowd.
The Ohio Film Commission recently had a music video competition all about Ohio. It was a wild ride with the winner announced at the House of Blues in Cleveland. Our cameras were there and we talk to the winners and take a peek at their efforts!
Travel to the Pontifical College Josephinum for a behind the scenes tour of their magnificent pipe organ.
Composer Jennifer Higdon will be in Columbus, and her music will be the focus of Ohio State’s Contemporary Music Festival
Mr. Inglis outlines his plans for a revived Columbus Symphony in a recent conversation with WOSU’s Christopher Purdy
Meet Peter Schickele, (aka PDQ Bach) as he discusses his inspiration for his 1994 “Thurber Dogs” – a suite for orchestra based on James Thurber’s work. Then go behind the scenes as ProMusica revives this wonderful piece of music for the 25th Anniversary of the Thurber House.
ArtZine captures a live performance by Lone Raven at The Columbus Arts Festival.
Memories are a strong part of Christmases past. They can be triggered by the scent of wassail or a sprig of balsam on a hand-made wreath. For thousands of Americans Christmas memories include music from the Firestone and Goodyear tire store.
Enjoy the Ohio Village Singers’ 35th Anniversary with a few holiday carols from the celebrated choir.