Here’s a new way to market classical music, after you hit the gym.
Put January 16 on your calendar and have yourself a Snicker’s bar. It’s Mrilyn Horne’s 80th birthday!
During my ongoing conversation with new ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Music Director David Danzmayr and Executive Director Janet Chen, we began looking at the future of Classical music, both in our country and elsewhere. The conversation, as you might expect, turned to children and music education.
Remembering the glamous film and operetta star Marta Eggerth who died this week at the age of 101
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.
The Columbus Symphony performs Peter Leiberson’s Neruda Songs this weekend at the Southern Theater. Here’s the moving back story.
The Columbus Symphony began a new season last Saturday night with a fantastic performance of Mahler’s Second Symphony, the “Resurrection”. This is not an orchestra, nor a chorus needing resurrection. It was all there: the colors, the drama, the silly landler rhythms juxtaposed against an angel turning us back from paradise.
From Darkness to Light The Columbus Symphony begins the 2013-2014 season this Saturday night at 8 with Gustav Mahler’s Symphony number 2, the Resurrection Symphony. Jean-Marie Zeitouni conducts, beginning his final season as the CSO’s music director. The Columbus Symphony chorus is directed by Ronald Jenkins, and the soloists are Dominique Labelle, soprano and Sacha [...]
Saturday on Stage presents “Opera and more” Saturdays at 1:30 on Classical 101. Here’s the program for August.
Riccardo Muti dons a Chicago Blackhawks sweater and even has the moves to go with it.