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 [...]
Today’s Classical Haiku honors Richard Strauss, whose music is a true journey in sound.
Today’s Classical haiku honors Ralph Vaughan Williams, the composer who cared enough about his English musical past to carry it to the future in bold and beautiful works.
Today’s Classical Haiku is devoted to George Gershwin, whose music reminds us that music lives not in concert halls or honky tonks, but in our souls.
Today’s Classical Haiku is dedicated to Aaron Copland, the modern Yankee with a prairie soul.
Today’s Classical Haiku is for the bachelor composer Johannes Brahms, who so loved the world – and his music says as much.
Today’s Classical Haiku is devoted to John Dowland, composer extraordinaire whose job woes gave the world some of the most beautiful blues before their time.
Today’s Classical Haiku honors Igor Stravinsky, the great modernist, who channeled an angular world into works of music.
Today’s Classical Haiku honors the free artist’s spirit of virtuoso pianist, composer, Casanova and cleric Franz Liszt.
Today’s Classical Haiku honors Mozart, a child of brilliance inspired beyond belief.
Today’s Classical Haiku goes to Schubert, tunesmith like no other, whose muse gave us the bounty of his gifts for a while, but got tired of sharing.