Classical 101 Archives For July 2014
PBS NewsHour shares a report that a new generation of performing artists are facing an uphill battle in trying to find a job. Recent college graduates are facing a 45 percent unemployment rate, according to a new report cited by NewsHour.
A recent OSU study shows how music improves the lives of patients on ventilators.
Saturday on The American Sound we’ll take a musical tour of America’s small towns and big cities. We’ll get a gorgeous glimpse of small-town life with Samuel Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915,Â we’ll go to Cincy with Boston Boy Leroy Anderson’s Piano Concerto and we’ll hear a New England Country Band March by Charles Ives.
WOSU’s four-part series ofÂ Columbus Jazz Orchestra concerts concludes at 8 pm Friday onÂ 89.7 NPR News with a concert called Piano Men.
Boris Giltburg, winner of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition, is angry at a piano competition system he says is more punishment, than pleasure.
Mansfieldâ€™s Carousel Works is the world’s largest manufacturers of wooden carousels.
The world’s most prestigious competition for young singers gives its first prize to an American.
Riccardo Muti dons a Chicago Blackhawks sweater and even has the moves to go with it.
For its post-season fundraiser, the Columbus Guitar Society is presentingÂ Artyom Dervoed for “The Russian Guitar.”Â The concert takes place at Capital University’s Huntington Recital Hall in Bexley at 8pm, Saturday June, 22.