Being a conductor involves more than just waving a stick. Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and ProMusic Chamber Orchestra’ new Music Director David Danzmayr talk about what makes a great performance and recording, and which conductors do it the best.
Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and the new Music Director of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, David Danzmayr discusses the music director’s eclectic taste in music.
There is a young lady named Emily Bear who has had the word prodigy attached to her name by many, but she’d rather you not.
This is the first installment of In the Key of Danzmayr, a series of conversations with Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and the new Music Director of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, David Danzmayr.
We live in a community which values the arts in such a way that one would be hard pressed to take advantage of everything that is available.
When I was in school, courses in music and art were a regular part of available curriculum. By the time my daughter was in elementary school, music classes were much more difficult to come by.
A free concert by ProMusica Chamber Orchestra takes place in Franklin Park Conservatory’s Grand Mallway gardens Wednesday, August 7. All ages are welcome. Free activities for children one hour before the performance.
The free concert takes place in the Conservatory’s Grand Mallway gardens on two Wednesdays…July 31 and August 7. All ages are welcome.
In the world of classical music, little is left to chance. Tempos, dynamics, cadenzas are all well-rehearsed. In Mark O’Connor’s world, things can be a little more fluid.
Each year, ProMusica brings in performers from a wide range of genres to celebrate another year of making music and to help raise funds for PMCO.