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.
It’s hard to believe that the Guarneri Quartet (“…has no superior on the world’s stages”..-New York Times) is retiring at the end of the 2008-2009 concert season after 45 years
A great performance from the King Arts Heritage Jazz Series this past summer: Dean Simms and the Funky Gurus.
Columbus’s Mark Swartzentruber knows what it takes to go from beginner to professional because he’s done it.
A song from Throat Culture â€“ Columbus’ premiere a cappella band as they performed at the Columbus Arts Festival.
Find out how Jim Masters and the American Jazz Experience brings jazz into classrooms all across central Ohio.
A lot of business executives and community leaders are trying to rally support to save the financially strapped Columbus Symphony Orchestra. But it’s not just middle aged adults trying to save the orchestra. WOSU’s Christopher Purdy has the story of the group – Kids with Passion – which wants the CSO to live on.
On the last Saturday of every month, singers from Opera Columbus perform for the crowd at the North Market. Find out why â€˜Guerilla Operaâ€™ is working to entertain patrons new to the art form.
Host Charlene Brown hunts for bargains at GCACâ€™s Arts Festival in preparation for the festivalâ€™s move to the Discovery District.
When thinking of a string quartet, one rarely conjures the image of accordions, yet Chas Wetherbee and the Carpe Diem String Quartet recently invited Parisian accordionist Peter Soave into their fold for a one of a kind concert of tangos.