While I am not advocating a riot, throwing a punch, or even booing, I do wonder if we are a bit TOO polite – not just when we don’t like something, but even when we DO.
Get to know the Violin Concerto by Alban Berg, being performed this weekend by the Columbus Symphony and Vadim Gluzman, conducted by Jean-Marie Zeitouni
This weekend, Opera Columbus presents Canada’s Opera Atelier in Mozart’s The Magic Flute at the Southern Theatre, and you can hear Mozart’s Requiem at King Avenue United Methodist Church.
Everyone enjoys a good meal, but why do we enjoy something as abstract as music?
Cow Town rules the arts again. Columbus saw two world premieres by world-class composers this past weekend, both written expressly for local ensembles.
The Columbus Symphony Orchestra and Chorus honor chorus conductor Ronald Jenkins this weekend with a new work, Of Songs and Singing by Stephen Paulus. Mr. Jenkins celebrates thirty years with the chorus with these concerts.
Ronald J. Jenkins, Minister of Music and Liturgy at First Community Church, leads a diverse program of hymns in both traditional and new settings, along with sacred classics, including works by J.S. Bach and Johannes Brahms.
More about this weekend with the Columbus Symphony and Ballet Met: Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun.
The Columbus Symphony and Ballet Met celebrate the 100th anniversary of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, this weekend in the Ohio Theater.
The Columbus Symphony broadcasts are hot every Sunday at 1 pm, but this week’s concert burns the place down.