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 [...]
The British music critic Andrew Porter died on April 2nd at the age of 86.
Most of us have been there. ”We’re looking for someone with more experience.” ”Come talk to us after you get a little more experience.” ”How much experience do you have?” You can’t a job without experience, nor experience without a job. It’s the ultimate catch 22. Wait…there IS a way. How about an internship? You [...]
Check out a few pictures and a bit of insight from inside Monday’s rehearsal for California Mavericks before you attend the free event tonight hosted by the Johnstone Fund for New Music and New Music at Short North Stage.
Composers John Cage, Lou Harrison, and Henry Cowell have been dubbed the ‘California Mavericks.’ Here is a brief look at their music context and personal histories in preparation for Wednesday’s FREE concert at the Short North Stage.
Could John Williams wind up having to sue himself?
New Music is on the rise in Columbus, especially this month. Buckle up and hang on, because the next two weeks are a whirlwind of concerts and events!
This week, Denison University is hosting an incredible lineup of composers, visual artists, dancers, creative writers, and even an ensemble in residence for the TUTTI Festival.
The arts are thriving in Columbus Ohio. But a ticket to anything.
The Columbus Dance Theatre and string quartet Carpe Diem bring an encore of the ballet Claudel to Columbus February 27-28th.
Thomas Lauderdale; pianist, political activist, founder of Pink Martini, and Harvard graduate is performing with the CSO this weekend.