Come and see WOSU and the Arts Shark this weekend at the Columbus Arts Festival.
We begin a week log celebration of Sir Georg Solti (1912-1997) in honor of his 100th birthday.
Boheme as ballet; St. Paul musicians threatened with lockout; While other orchestras struggle, Nashville Symphony is on the rise
On Symphony @ 7 this week, in addition to our featured work each evening, we’ve been presenting recordings by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra to recognize their 40th anniversary season. They were founded in 1972 and have recorded 70 albums. They are recognized internationally as one of the great chamber orchestras in the world. Based in [...]
Sunday morning Classical 101 midday host Jennifer Hambrick launches a celebration of classical music’s most decorated conductor, Sir Georg Solti.
Mihaela Ursuleasa was the single mother of a 7-year-old daughter, Stefanie, when she died suddenly. Now, musicians, promoters, and music lovers the world over are coming to her daughter’s aid.
Opera Columbus presents a new way to experience Puccini’s beloved La boheme, Sundays through November 18 at Shadowbox. FREE.
The Philadelphia Orchestra has offered a 9-year-old trombone student with special needs a replacement instrument after his trombone went missing last week.
Miami City Ballet dancers surprised the crowd at the Miami Art Walk Saturday with a flash mob tango.
Every day, there seems to be some new story about a struggling orchestra. Based on recent reports, no one is exempt. A cultural organization…cannot save its way to success
In the midst of a global economic crisis that has brought some of America’s most venerable classical music organizations to their knees, the musicians of the Seattle Symphony and Opera Players’ Organization (SSOPO) have authorized a strike.