March is Women’s History Month, when we reflect on the contributions of women everywhere and in all walks of life. Saturday at 6pm The American Sound showcases the contributions of some of America’s most inventive and distinguished women composers.
Composer David Lang Says Music Could Learn From Baseball, Jeremy Denk’s Rebuttal of That Opinion, Support for the Arts is Up, Is Storing Your Music in the Clouds a Good Idea?
Joshua Roman, who was named Principal Cello for the Seattle Symphony at age 22 has recently been named a TED Fellow for 2011. Roman is being recognized for his commitment to making classical music available to a wider audience.
Joshua Bell takes over as music director of the one of the world’s most celebrated chamber orchestras. And three more reasons to be optimistic about classical music (and that’s just today).