The next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 pm will have you humming opera tunes by Rossini, but there will be no voices. The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet and Pepe Romero will be featured on this weeks program.
Adam Baer says that his deep. dark secret is that there is quite a bit of music he “cannot stand.” He decided to go on a listening diet in an attempt to change his tune.
Coming off of a fabulous weekend of performances featuring Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, and a world premiere by Aaron Jay Kernis, you’d think ProMusica Chamber Orchestra would be taking a break this weekend. You would be wrong!
It looks like winter is upon us right on schedule this year for the Winter Solstice. It’s the shortest day of the year, however here is some enjoyable music to start the season.
Vivaldi concerto found in Dresden State Library; National Symphony to play in new opera house in Oman; Paraorchestra to play leading up to 2012 London games
Two pianos add a new twist to the Vivaldi aria Sento in seno ch’in pioggia di lagrime
Daniel Barenboim to be nominated for Nobel Peace Prize, but the famed musician also has his critics.
Vivaldi’s “nightmare” concerto never looked so spooky.
Today’s Classical Haiku celebrates the prolific Vivaldi, who created a sparkling universe in hundreds of Baroque concertos.
The Italian Baroque composer, priest, and virtuoso violinist, Antonio Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” heralds in a new season: spring! In honor of his birthday and the change in season, listen to the famously uplifting concertos by this great composer.