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 [...]
All this week on Symphony @ 7, we have featured recordings with the exciting conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and we wrap up this evening with a two-hour program to bring you Mahler and Stravinsky.
What do orchestra conductors and musicians in general, for that matter, listen to when they’re not preparing to conduct?
The exciting conductor Gustavo Dudamel was named Musical Americaâ€™s 2013 Musician of the Year, and weâ€™ll be featuring him on the podium all this week on Symphony @7.
Gustavo Dudamel believes that if he can dream something, it can become reality through sheer force and determination
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?