ProMusica Offers Three Free Concerts at Franklin Park Conservatory

ProMusica Chamber Orchestra performs at Franklin Park Conservatory.
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra performs at Franklin Park Conservatory.
8:27AM
August 6, 2014

Spend a relaxed evening enjoying great music on the grounds of the Franklin Park Conservatory with three different concerts over the course of four days this weekend.

A Horn Full of Honey

10:22AM
August
4, 2014

According to Zubin Mehta, who first conducted the Vienna Phil in 1961, “It’s their obstinacy that has kept them so different, sound-wise, from the other orchestras of the world.”

ProMusica Cellist Wants to Demystify Classical Music

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Nathaniel Chaitkin and his musical friends
2:07PM
July
29, 2014

ProMusica Cellist Nathaniel Chaitkin says Bach and beatbox have more in common than you might imagine.

Opera is for the Birds – At Least Those That Can Carry a Tune

1:26PM
July
24, 2014

Six Parrots That Can Sing Opera Better Than You

The 10 Most Underrated Composers

4:00AM
July
22, 2014

With that in mind, here are some underrated composers who more often than not to not get mentioned in that conversation, but deserve at least a listen.

Lorin Maazel: Prodigy with a Stick

12:23PM
July
16, 2014

“I’d like to see the day when there is much more music made, but on a much less pretentious level. I think it’s better when a lot of young people get together in city-block orchestras, or duets or trios.” Lorin Maazel

Nora The Piano Cat ‘Catcerto’ Comes To The Concert Hall

2:55PM
July
15, 2014

Nora the Piano Cat embarks on a video tour.

In the Key of ‘D’anzmayr: Mozart was “The Man”

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Boyce Lancaster, David Danzmayr, and Janet Chen share a laugh in the Classical 101 studios
1:30PM
July
10, 2014

There is something about Mozart which seems to cross the boundaries of country, age, and era.

Monster Pianos

1:53AM
July
9, 2014

Playing piano with your feet…your teacher would have been appalled!