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 [...]
Jennifer Hambrick reviews Jennifer Allison’s classical music young adult novel, The Ghost Sonata.
Conductor Roger Nierenberg brings his corporate leadership program, The Music Paradigm, to life on the pages of his new book, “Maestro.”
Late in his life, Strauss kept on writing music of great beauty in a romantic idiom at a time when modernism was at its height.
Safe Passage, the true stories of Ida Louise Cook, is a terrific read. The book mixes opera and international travel in an era of great artists with intrigue, guts, intestinal fortitude and unselfishness.
Janet Horvath’s book is designed to help string, keyboard, percussion, harp, brass, wind, jazz, and rock players to play better and feel better.
Writer Helene Hanff spins her tall, but true, tale about some musical called “Away We Go”
Until this morning, I didn’t know Sherlock Holmes played the violin
Anderson overcame poverty, discrimination and a lack of opportunity to become one of the world’s great concert artists.
The world-premiere recording of Daron Hagen’s opera Shinig Brow, about the most sordid and tragic episode in architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s life, takes us–once again–to the dark place in all of us.
Opera News Features Editor Brian Kellow has written a biography of Broadway legend Ethel Merman, titled Ethel Merman: A Life. Kellow discusses the dramatic life of the lady whom George Gershwin advised to “never take a singing lesson,” the star of Girl Crazy, Anything Goes, Annie Get Your Gun, and Gypsy.