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 [...]
Classical 101 Archives For September 2014
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Chorus honor chorus conductor Ronald Jenkins this weekend with a new work, Of Songs and Singing by Stephen Paulus. Mr. Jenkins celebrates thirty years with the chorus with these concerts.
Composer Caroline Shaw says her Pulitzer Prize-winning choral work “Partita for 8 Voices” was “born of a love of the human voice and of our basic desire to draw a line form one point to another.”
Riccardo Muti does outreach work for the Chicago Symphony and young men in jail.
A small tribute to the Boston and those injured and killed yesterday from a home town boy.
News outlets are naturally going to report the unrest in the Middle East. However, these are not the only stories of life in Iraq. In the midst of daily turmoil, Iraqi citizens are doing what they can to live “normal” lives, in spite of what’s going on around them.
The first Placido to appear as a Muppets was not from Spain — rather, he appeared to be from Florida.
View Looney Tunes’ “Rabbit of Seville” and enjoy the music of Gioacchino Rossini all over again.
On the next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7, we will feature music from England, France, Germany and Italy as a part of “International Guitar Month.”
Leon Theremin made his namesake instrument, the theremin, sing. Today, composer and performer Jakub Ciupinski makes it dance.
On a daily basis, we segregate our cultural intake. Pop music over here, jazz over here, country, hip hop, classical, modern dance and ballet. all of these usually get their own little box. Yet, it is in collaboration that growth, innovation, and change happens.