Classical 101 Archives For May 2014

Opera On Film Sunday Afternoons At Upper Arlington Public Library

UAPL
Upper Arlington Public Library, 2800 Tremont Rd.
12:20PM
June 21, 2013

Come to the opera at the Upper Arlington Public Library Sundays this summer at 2 pm.

The Flavors of Summer Saturday at 6 pm on The American Sound

photograph of some jalapeno peppers, onions, and pieces of meat on a grill top
Music to grill by: Saturday at 6 pm on The American Sound
1:44PM
June
20, 2013

To celebrate the arrival of summer, this Saturday at 6 pm The American Sound features sounds of summer to go along with the good eats of the grilling season.

From French Renaissance to Astor Piazzolla on Fretworks

Renaissance Lute
Renaissance Lute
12:56PM
June 20, 2013

On Fretworks Saturday evening at 7 pm on Classical 101,  we have music ranging from 16th Century France and Italy to 20th Century England and Argentina.

Aspiring Piano Professionals Need Thick Skin

6:00AM
June
20, 2013

In this day of instant, worldwide communication, the days of waiting until the morning after have been replaced with instant reviews by professionals and amateurs alike.

Stanford Scientists Discover Medea’s Lost Aria

Luigi Cherubini in 1854 with friend.
Luigi Cherubini in 1854 with friend.
1:00PM
June 19, 2013

X-ray technology finds a new finale to Luigi Cherubini’s Medea.

Jean-Marie Zeitouni Leaving Columbus Symphony – Here We Go Again

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Jean Marie Zeitouni
9:13AM
June 19, 2013

Columbus Symphony Music Director Jean-Marie Zeitouni is leaving after a successful four year tenure. Now what?

Affirming Life in A Time of War: Carl Nielsen’s Fourth Symphony

Carl_Nielsen
Carl_Nielsen
12:21PM
June 18, 2013

Written during World War I, Carl Nielsen’s Fourth Symphony is a grand work of drama and struggle with life triumphant in the end. Listen to it tonight at 7 pm on Symphony @ 7.

Perseverance Pays Off For Congo Musicians

Kinshasa violin
A young Congolese violinist practices for his friends
2:39PM
June
17, 2013

The Kimbanguiste Symphony Orchestra in Congo got its start two decades ago despite having little money, no instruments, and little to no musical training. Now the organization has caught the eye of Princess Caroline of Monaco.

A Swinging Friday with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra on 89-7

7:43AM
June
14, 2013

Each Friday evening in June, 89.7 FM will air a concert from the Columbus Jazz Orchestra’s Swingin’ at the Southern series.

Rossini on Guitar and Sizzling Vivaldi on Mandolin on Fretworks

1:46PM
June
13, 2013

The next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 pm will have you humming opera tunes by Rossini, but there will be no voices. The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet and Pepe Romero will be featured on this weeks program.