Classical 101 Archives For: April 24, 2014
This evening on Symphony @ 7, we’ll have something not heard all that often from French composer Claude Debussy — the Pelleas et Melisande Symphony.Â It’s an arrangement of music from the 1902 opera made into a half-hour orchestral suite by Marius Constant. Although Debussy had already written other works that we hear often today, [...]
Think classical music can’t reach kids? One British music writer tells of his twins bopping to Beethoven – in the womb.
Carryout is king today, it seems. Busy work schedules and busy lives in general often leave little time for preparing meals. So what do we do? Â Grab something at the drive through or pick up some prepared food at the grocery. “Carryout concerts” are becoming more common, both overseas and in the United States. Â What [...]