Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Wolfgang and Nannerl Mozart’s father, Leopold Mozart, was himself a professional musician, and famously promoted his children’s prodigious musical gifts.
Was Mozart’s dad, Leopold Mozart, a proud father doing his best to nurture his gifted children’s talents, or were his paternal instincts dimmed by dollar signs?
Even today, more than 200 years after Mozart’s death, his astonishing genius is still difficult to believe. Imagine encountering Mozart the boy wonder in a world that had never, well, seen a Mozart.
Thomas Linley and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were both born in 1756. Both were musical prodigies. They led similar lives, but their fates could not have been more different.
Undeniably one of the greatest composers who ever lived, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on this date in 1756. It is still a miracle when we consider the astonishing quality of music he left us, all written in the brief 35 years he had on this earth. And there was plenty of it, too.
Does Mozart make you smarter? Maybe or maybe not…but he and others apparently DO help you concentrate.
A free concert by ProMusica Chamber Orchestra takes place in Franklin Park Conservatoryâ€™s Grand Mallway gardens Wednesday, August 7. All ages are welcome. Free activities for children one hour before the performance.
Haydn’s father would play the harp, while iss mother sang the melodies.
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