Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
The relationship between music and food is nothing new. This Thanksgiving I invite you to explore what some of the world’s most renowned musicologists and composers have shared in their very own, you guessed it, cookbooks.
That’s right. There is a cookbook written by musicologists, and another written by esteemed composer John Cage.
Today at 2:30pm families are invited to the Columbus Jewish Day School located at 150 E. Granville Road in New Albany to spend some of that energy singing and listening to music all about giving thanks. Cantor Bat-Ami Moses and her musical friends will lead the free children’s concert.
The articles and stories keep coming: classical music is dead, it’s on its way out, it’s passe, not relevant, boring, and perhaps worst of all “elitist,” whatever the person flinging that accusation might actually mean by it.
Friday evening at 7 pm, Classical Showcase continues with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in a program of music by Charles Ives, Esa-Pekka Salonen, and Jean Sibelius.
Trying to justify to his father his decision to stay in Vienna as a freelancer rather than return home to Salzburg, Mozart walked a tightrope between satisfying his father’s emotional needs and claiming his right to live his own life.
Musicology is easily defined as an academic study of music, distinct from training in performance or composition. To learn more, visit a lecture at the Ohio State University public lecture series, Monday afternoons at the 18th Avenue Music and Dance Library.
This week on Fretworks, we’ll hear the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet in their arrangement of music from the Renaissance by Giovanni Gabrielli.
A selection of holiday program in and near Columbus. Enjoy!
While there is something to be said for the fresh perspective and energy provided by a visiting conductor, there is also an argument to be made it is more important for an orchestra to have a long term goal beyond just playing concerts.
The great Italian tenor Enrico Caruso raised thousands of dollars at bond rallies during World War I.