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.
Columbus Jazz Orchestra pays tribute to Rosa Parks with â€œSuite Rosa.” Often regarded as the beginning of the modern civil rights movement, Parksâ€™ famous refusal to give up her bus seat is commemorated in this world premiere of John Claytonâ€™s piece â€œSuite Rosa.â€
Itâ€™s time to introduce Ohioâ€™s very own Superman of Art. Recent recipient of a Governorâ€™s Award for the Arts is sculptor, Emmy-nominated musician, performer, arts educator, and all around interesting guy Michael Jerome Bashaw.
WOSU Theatre Critic Joy Reilly and OSU Graduate Student Allison Brogan discuss CATCO’s 2011 production of Souvenir by Stephen Temperley.
Homeless who sell the Korean edition of The Big Issue get more than just a paycheck: they get exercise, relaxation and beauty in the form of free ballet classes.
MATH AND DANCE HEART EACH OTHER?
You wouldnâ€™t normally think that complex math and contemporary dance go together. However, choreographer CoCo Loupe and OSU math student Robin Baiyda combine their powers to create an innovative, interactive, and incomparable event.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary season of Actorsâ€™ Theatre of Columbus as they perform William Shakespeareâ€™s comedy A Midsummer Nightâ€™s Dream in Schiller Park.
As summer festival season continues, hereâ€™s a sampling of whatâ€™s going on around Central Columbus through the rest of July.
WOSUâ€™s theater critic Joy Reilly talks with director Christina Kirk about Otterbein Universityâ€™s production of ‘The Understudy,’ a comedy about ambition and absurdity.
Summer festival season is getting into full swing! Learn about upcoming arts and music festivals around Central Ohio.
Evil Dead: The Musical offers its audience squirts of fake blood that they might not have expected, but the musical’s audience has offered its producers something they didn’t expect: first-time theater goers.