Classical 101 Archives For July 2014
A great artist from a time gone by is still with us on a significant birthday.
Introducing a tango mass by Argentine composer Luis Bacalov, on our next Musica Sacra, Sunday night at 8 on classical 101.
The free concert takes place in the Conservatory’s Grand Mallway gardens on two Wednesdays…July 31 and August 7. All ages are welcome.
Whether you’re shopping for a new recording, or just love to debate the merits of one over the other, there’s a lot of thought-provoking entertainment to be found in the music section of Amazon.com.
Join us for music of the guitar, ranging from a famous English folk song, a late renaissance dance suite, a Spanish-inspired concerto, and a musical souvenir of Russia, all on the next Fretworks Saturday evening at 7 here on Classical 101.
Food and classical music are like peas in a pod. Berlin Philharmonic hornist Sarah Willis’ new TV program brings classical music straight into the heart of the home: the kitchen.
What’s better than summer fruits and veggies? Shopping for fresh, locally grown summer fruits and veggies in the fresh air of an outdoor market – to a soundtrack of music by Mozart.
The Lancaster Festival is always fun and this year is no exception.
If your goal is a music career, what is the likelihood you can pay your bills AND your student loan payment?