In honor of Debussy’s 151st birthday, today’s Google Doodle showcases a glowing moon over a nighttime panorama of the lights of Paris flickering to the rhythms of Debussy’s Clair de lune (“Moonlight”).
We’ve seen it coming since at least the advent of the “Live in HD” age several years ago, but now it’s official. How a performing classical musician looks seems to be even more important than how he or she sounds, according to the Harvard Gazette. Chia-Jung Tsay, a former graduate student at Harvard University and [...]
Ohio is at once Rosie the Riveter and the gracious farmer’s wife. (For some reason, I’ve always imagined Ohio as a girl.) Massachusetts, the cut-to-the-chase, it’s-too-cold-to-waste-time-doing-this place for serious people. And if California were a guy, he’d wear one of those loud Hawaiian shirts.
If Mozart were alive today, I think he’d be a hipster. I think he’d listen to This American Life on his iPhone while working on his next masterpiece at the iPad set up on the drafting board in his urban loft condo with the exposed brick walls.
It’s beautiful, it’s healthy and it makes you feel good. No, it’s not a gourmet salad. It’s classical music. Join Jennifer Hambrick for the Amadeus Deli Tuesday at noon as she broadcasts plenty of Mozart’s brain-boosting music live from Ohio State University’s Recreation & Physical Activity Center.
What’s better than summer fruits and veggies? Shopping for fresh, locally grown summer fruits and veggies in the fresh air of an outdoor market – to a soundtrack of music by Mozart.
You knew it would come sooner or later. And here it is. The heat has arrived in central Ohio. Join Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick Saturday at 6 pm for “American Heat Wave” on The American Sound.
Join Classical 101′s Jennifer Hambrick Saturday at 6pm for a special Derby Day program of great American music to accompany the most exciting two minutes in sports.
This Saturday at 6 p.m. The American Sound features music to bring out the poetry all around us.
If you were ever a mischievous little kid, then you know that doing something “wrong” can feel pretty good – at least until the proverbial boom gets lowered on your proverbial rascally self. Tune in to The American Sound Saturday at 6pm for fun and beautiful musical works that do things the “wrong” way – and get away with it!