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 [...]
A few headlines for your Monday morning: Detroit Symphony President Anne Parsons signs on for another three years, The Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas is no more and the Primrose International Viola Competition has named a winner.
A reminder not to miss Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick today at noon (Friday, June 3) at the Columbus Arts Festival and a few other classical headlines as you head into your weekend.
Todays classical headlines include more on the musical journey out of bankruptcy for the Louisville Orchestra, a (possible) temporary home for the New York Philharmonic and last-minute cancellations on the Met’s upcoming tour of Japan.
A new study looks at the effects of classical music on cats and caregivers in veterinary waiting rooms. Meow!
Two must-see classical programs on PBS tonight, bass Giorgio Tozzi has died, Minnesota Public Radio features musicians under 30, and the Van Cliburn amateur piano competition has a winner.
Joshua Bell takes over as music director of the one of the worldâ€™s most celebrated chamber orchestras. And three more reasons to be optimistic about classical music (and that’s just today).
Composer Alexandra Pajak used the raw genetic material of the HIV virus as inspiration for a new instrumental work, Sounds of HIV. Recorded by the Sequence Ensemble, proceeds from the sales of the album go to support the Emory Vaccine Center.
More video game art, the Asian Festival at Franklin Park Conservatory and more fallout from a recent decision by the NYC Opera to shrink their season and move from Lincoln Center.
The first of what we hope will be a regular feature on the new Classical 101 website, here’s a roundup of some top classical music stories we’ve been following.