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 young guitarist who is comfortable playing everything from Vivaldi and Carulli to Van Halen appears to have a bright musical future ahead.
A free concert by ProMusica Chamber Orchestra takes place in Franklin Park Conservatoryâ€™s Grand Mallway gardens Wednesday, August 7. All ages are welcome. Free activities for children one hour before the performance.
If your goal is a music career, what is the likelihood you can pay your bills AND your student loan payment?
Conductor JoAnn Falletta, one of the strongest champions of American symphonic music, asks: Does a great American symphony even have to be a symphony?
Boris Giltburg, winner of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition, is angry at a piano competition system he says is more punishment, than pleasure.
In the world of classical music, little is left to chance. Â Tempos, dynamics, cadenzas are all well-rehearsed. Â In Mark O’Connor’s world, things can be a little more fluid.
Everyone enjoys a good meal, but why do we enjoy something as abstract as music?
The press has dubbed cellist Joshua RomanÂ a â€œClassical Rock Star.â€ Â He will be in the Classical 101 studio Friday at 9am for a live interview and performance.
Timothy Russell celebrates his final performance as ProMusica’s conductor with an exciting performance that will feature young cellist Joshua Roman.
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.