Next to a Steinway or a Stradivarius, a classical musician’s most important piece of equipment might now be a smartphone.
Louisville Orchestra Musicians Reject Per-Service Demand, The Czech Government fears Seizure of Loaned Strads and Lovers of the Lo-Fi…there are more of them than you’d think.
Reviews are in for Nico Muhly’s new opera, Two Boys, which premiered this weekend at the English National Opera. See what critics and audiences had to say.
Nico Muhly’s first opera, Two Boys has not even opened, but it has already sparked serious debate around questions as profound as whether or not the increasingly dominant role that the internet and technology plays in our life is a good or bad thing.
During his recital tonight, Columbus Symphony Principal Clarinetist David Thomas is encouraging people to participate by live-tweeting and posting comments to his facebook page.
What is it with the music at the Olympics? It seems that when you have a budget that, according to one report, exceeds 1.75 BILLION dollars, the music for the ice skaters could be just a little better.
There are several ways to play and create music on your mobile phone, but the one which captured my fancy is the Ocarina app, which replicates the sound of an ages-old wind instrument.
Imagine what the experience of music must have been like before the invention of recording technology, before iPods, downloads, uplinks, CDs, tapes, and even records and turntables, let alone old 78 RPM Victrolas.