Atlanta Symphony musicians to management: We’ll take a pay cut if you will
Classical music to reflect our times; When choirboys grow up; Gustavo Dudamel says music making has a huge impact upon children’s lives
Some Musicians Say Hugo Chavez’s Embracing of El Sistema Sullies It El Sistema was founded in 1975 by Jose Antonio Abreu, a musician, economist and former cabinet minister.Â Â Â Mr. Abreu used music to pull hundreds of thousands of disadvantaged you off the streets of Venezuela and into practice rooms and performance spaces. Gabriela Montero, a [...]
L.A. Philharmonic contract may make recording too expensive to release on CD; A Classical Music Rock Star Shows Us the Way to Build Audience; Change is the Only Constant in Marketing the Arts
Cleveland Orchestra expands it’s outreach to Miami, Florida has patrons asking why; Deutsche Oper forced to reschedule Hitler’s favorite opera.
Showcase for Americaâ€™s best young musicians teams with the Military Child Education Coalition in search of young talent; The 10 most talented kids in Classical music; Gustavo Dudamel’s Mahler madness?
Former Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra conductor…Bard College, launch music education initiative; Abusive conductor shown the door; Is the tyrannical conductor a thing of the past?
The Pacific Symphony orchestra last month encouraged audience members to please turn on their smart phones and tweet or text during an outdoor concert. Apparently, itâ€™s working.
Tradition dictates that classical music listeners get a chance to vote for Gramophone magazine’s Artist of the Year. Vote for your favorite classical artist today!
Tune in to Classical 101 today between 4 and 5 p.m. to hear Sinfonia India by Mexican composer Carlos Chavez.