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.
Carryout is king today, it seems. Busy work schedules and busy lives in general often leave little time for preparing meals. So what do we do? Grab something at the drive through or pick up some prepared food at the grocery. “Carryout concerts” are becoming more common, both overseas and in the United States. What [...]
This past weekend marked the final bow for ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Conductor and Founding Music Director Timothy Russell. As a part of Russell’s sendoff, a video tribute celebrating his 35 years of dedicated work to creating and building ProMusica into a nationally recognized organization was played prior to each concert. The video features Russell, past [...]
Everyone enjoys a good meal, but why do we enjoy something as abstract as music?
Cow Town rules the arts again. Columbus saw two world premieres by world-class composers this past weekend, both written expressly for local ensembles.
The press has dubbed cellist Joshua Roman a “Classical Rock Star.” He will be in the Classical 101 studio Friday at 9am for a live interview and performance.
ProMusica cellists Marc Moskovitz, Cora Kuyvenhoven, Nathaniel Chaitkin, and Joel Becktell will be in the Classical 101 studios with Boyce Lancaster Friday morning at 9 am to perform and talk about their upcoming weekend concert.
Someone who composes with no consideration of their audience can’t reasonably be surprised or disappointed when they don’t have one.
Dudamel began conducting so early in his life, that it is as though he is ten years older, musically.
When most of us think of recorders, we have flashbacks to music class in elementary school as we were given our first opportunities to make music. When you hear Michala Petri, you’ll realize just how far this is from your 2nd grade music class.