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 [...]
On The American Sound this Saturday at 6 pm we’ll get down and get out with a trip to New England, high-octane dance music by Aaron Copland and music from the Golden Age of that classic American dance form — the cakewalk.
Classical 101 is launching a new program – and we want your help with giving it a name. Read more to lean how you can let your voice be heard.
New Albany Symphony to Celebrate with Lincoln and Copland As Columbus’ 200th birthday celebration kicks into gear, the New Albany Symphony Orchestra kicks it of this weekend at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts in New Albany. After a rousing overture, Aaron Copland takes center stage as the NASO presents two of [...]
The phenomenal Martha Graham dances her own creation.
Today’s Classical News Round-up: Opera Singers Serenade Vegetables, Percy Grainger’s Shrine to Himself, Van Cliburn Returns to Moscow and an Origami Aaron Copland
A book written by a musician is successful if it draws the reader towards music- especially if the music is new to many people. By that measure, Earl Wild’s memoir is a success!
This stop-motion animation video by Eleanor Stewart brings the Hoe-Down from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo to life.
Joshua Roman, who was named Principal Cello for the Seattle Symphony at age 22 has recently been named a TED Fellow for 2011. Roman is being recognized for his commitment to making classical music available to a wider audience.
Music associated with nature has long been a popular theme for composers. Here’s a brief look at some nature inspired works that create inner pictures wthin us of the beauty, awe and majesty of the world around us.
The Ohio State Contemporary Music Festival celebrates the music of Professor Emeritus Donald Harris in honor of his 80th birthday.