Classical 101 Archives For April 2012
Iran’s oldest Western-style orchestra has been disbanded due to funding issues.
Beyond the beauty of the music or the space, what makes music relevant for you?
Hilary Hahn was in Central Ohio this weekend to play Korngold’s Violin Concerto with the New Albany Symphony. In a conversation at Classical 101, she had this to say about the piece.
The high energy chamber music ensemble Project Trio performed live in the Classical 101 studio on October 26, 2012 during their stop in Columbus. The trio will be performing at 2 pm on Sunday at Via Vecchia Winery as a part of the City Music Columbus.
The Columbus Guitar Society is presenting its first concert of the season Saturday evening with Russian guitar virtuoso Vladimir Gorbach.
We conclude our week long celebration of conductor Georg Solti’s 100th birth anniversary on Symphony @ 7 tonight with his acclaimed recording of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, Symphony of a Thousand.
Pianist Lang Lang and Dubstep dancer Marquese “Nonstop” Scott blend two worlds.
The 100th birth anniversary celebration of conductor Georg Solti continues this evening with the Fourth Symphony of Johannes Brahms from a widely admired set of all four symphonies he recorded in the late 1970s with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for Decca Records.
Classical 101 By Request features a new to CD performance of the OSU Concert Band at Carnegie Hall
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra assistant concert-master harnessing new technology to perform a duet with another musician 850 miles away.