Classical 101 Archives For: December 19, 2014

Heroic Richard Strauss: Ein Heldenleben

1918 portrait of Richard Strauss by Max Liebermann
1918 portrait of Richard Strauss by Max Liebermann
6:55PM
January 23, 2013

This evening on Symphony @ 7, we continue a short series of several of the big tone poems German Late-Romantic composer Richard Strauss with Ein Heldenleben, “A Hero’s Life,” a grand work first performed in 1899. Last night, we had An Alpine Symphony, inspired by the magnificent view from the window in his study and [...]

Fighting cancer, one pie at a time

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Boyce Lancaster will take one in the face today at 4:30 pm at the Funny Bone Comedy Club at Easton Town Center
10:05AM
January
23, 2013

Boyce Lancaster will be taking part in this afternoon’s American Pie Party at The Funny Bone Comedy Club to raise money for cancer research.

5 pieces of classical music which could ruin your daily commute

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Distracted music lovers?
6:00AM
January
23, 2013

Classical music seems to be everywhere. There is one place, however, where certain classical music favorites could be life threatening – in your car.