Touring the world with Valery Gergiev and Joshua Bell is the opportunity of a lifetime for 120 teenage musicians taking part in the first National Youth Orchestra of the United States, organized by Carnegie Hall. Can their experience give a boost to classical music more generally?
Conductor JoAnn Falletta, one of the strongest champions of American symphonic music, asks: Does a great American symphony even have to be a symphony?
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.
This past weekend marked the final bow for ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Conductor and Founding Music Director Timothy Russell. As a part of Russell’s sendoff, a video tribute celebrating his 35 years of dedicated work to creating and building ProMusica into a nationally recognized organization was played prior to each concert. The video features Russell, past [...]
The high energy chamber music ensemble Project Trio performed live in the Classical 101 studio on October 26, 2012 during their stop in Columbus. The trio will be performing at 2 pm on Sunday at Via Vecchia Winery as a part of the City Music Columbus.