Recent seasons have presented examples of concerts, such as percussionist Colin Currie and recorder soloist Michala Petri, which represent the ongoing mission of ProMusica…to perform the best that Classical music has to offer, while seeking out new works and new ideas to keep the concert experience fresh and interesting.
One writer says, just shell out big bucks to hear your favorite singer – and you are inevitably seated near someone who knows every word, or at least THINKS they do.
David Danzmayr and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra explore the possibilities of Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 in a finished form Sunday at 1:00pm on the ProMusica broadcast.
When Tchaikovsky wrote his Violin Concerto for Leopold Auer, the violinist declared it “unplayable.”
In part two of a four part series, Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Music Director David Danzmayr continued their discussion about what makes a great performance and recording…and which conductors do it best, in his opinion. This week we discuss Pierre Boulez.
Being a conductor involves more than just waving a stick. Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and ProMusic Chamber Orchestra’ new Music Director David Danzmayr talk about what makes a great performance and recording, and which conductors do it the best.
Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and the new Music Director of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, David Danzmayr discusses the music director’s eclectic taste in music.
This is the first installment of In the Key of Danzmayr, a series of conversations with Classical 101′s Boyce Lancaster and the new Music Director of ProMusica Chamber Orchestra, David Danzmayr.
In the world of classical music, little is left to chance. Tempos, dynamics, cadenzas are all well-rehearsed. In Mark O’Connor’s world, things can be a little more fluid.
Each year, ProMusica brings in performers from a wide range of genres to celebrate another year of making music and to help raise funds for PMCO.