X-ray technology finds a new finale to Luigi Cherubini’s Medea.
Columbus Symphony Music Director Jean-Marie Zeitouni is leaving after a successful four year tenure. Now what?
Written during World War I, Carl Nielsen’s Fourth Symphony is a grand work of drama and struggle with life triumphant in the end. Listen to it tonight at 7 pm on Symphony @ 7.
The Kimbanguiste Symphony Orchestra in Congo got its start two decades ago despite having little money, no instruments, and little to no musical training. Now the organization has caught the eye of Princess Caroline of Monaco.
Each Friday evening in June, 89.7 FM will air a concert from the Columbus Jazz Orchestra’s Swingin’ at the Southern series.
The next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 pm will have you humming opera tunes by Rossini, but there will be no voices. The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet and Pepe Romero will be featured on this weeks program.
The difference between listening to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir from a distance and singing in it is like watching Niagara Falls from an observation platform as opposed to standing beneath it. Instead of feeling the spray, you get drenched!
Saturday on Stage presents Verdi’s ‘Aroldo’, honoring the composers bi-centennial. This is a neglected opera that still packs a punch.
Concert pianist Krystian Zimerman interrupted one of his own performances recently to ask an audience member to stop video recording him. How do you think concert artists and presenters can keep their performances from being bootlegged?
Two years after David Finckel decided to leave the Emerson String Quartet, the transition is complete, Paul Watkins is sitting in David Finckel’s familiar spot, and the earth still spins.