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
Wu Han and David Finckel, who have performed many times in Central Ohio, founded Music@Menlo…an internationally acclaimed chamber music festival and institute in the San Francisco Bay Area, now in it’s 10th season
There are youth orchestras and summer music camps all over the U.S., but Carnegie Hall may have created the best music camp ever. For the past two weeks, some of the country’s best teenage musicians have gathered to create the first National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America.
You knew it would come sooner or later. And here it is. The heat has arrived in central Ohio. Join Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick Saturday at 6 pm for “American Heat Wave” on The American Sound.
It has been described as “one of the indisputable masterpieces of human creativity.” It is as recognizable as the Statue of Liberty, the pyramids at Giza and the Taj Mahal. And now, you can build it in Legos.
View the complete 1955 film version of the Soviet ballet “The Red Poppy,” produced by Czechoslovak TV with music by Reinhold Gliere.
Musica Sacra, Sunday nights at 8 on classical 101, will be featuring a lot more of the splendid OSU Men’s Glee Club
The Lancaster Festival Orchestra kicks things off musically on July 18 with Opening Night: Festival Fan Fare. A 7pm Brass Fanfare in front of St. Mary Church precedes the 8pm performance. Their guest is pianist Francisco Renno.
In the new documentary “James Rhodes: Notes from the Inside,” British pianist James Rhodes returns to a psychiatric hospital with his piano to play for patients there, to trade stories with them and to see how music might be able to aid in their recovery.
What if Jacqueline du PrÃ© would have followed in her mother’s footsteps and studied piano instead of the cello?
Christopher Purdy takes a look a recent Saturday in Columbus filled with performance and looks at some upcoming shows you will want to see.