Архив за November, 2009
Sounds that kept provoking smells and colors: Thursday was synesthesia night at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Prokofiev’s cantata based on his score for
Concert of the Macedonian Philharmonic in the Army Hall on Thursday evening marks the 65th anniversary from its establishment.
Australian soprano Valda Wilson talks about her meteoric rise to operatic acclaim, plus win tickets to see Riverside Opera’s production of The Elixir of Love and a Taylors of Harrogate coffee set.
The Department of Music at Ashland University has scheduled a guest artist recital featuring William Preucil, violinist and concertmaster for the Cleveland Orchestra
John Adams sits in the audience during rehearsal with the Berkeley Symphony at Zellerbach Hall at UC Berkeley on Oct. 14.
Dizzy Gillespie helped to set Alison Balsom on a career path as a classical trumpet soloist — if not in person, then at least in spirit.
The Federal Communications Commission approved today WGBH’s purchase of classical music radio station WCRB-FM (99.5) from Nassau Broadcasting
One of the most influential pairs of ears in the recording industry belongs to Steven Epstein. The veteran producer’s name isn’t as famous as those
BBC’s Last Choir Standing winners Only Men Aloud will perform in Glasgow next week. The Welsh choir are back with a very special Christmas-themed tour
Alfred Brendel is classical-music royalty. He is a pianist who burst onto the scene in the late 1950s and who has since maintained his own identifiable sound