RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Classical (Music Genre)

A collection of news and information related to Classical (Music Genre) published by this site and its partners.

Top Classical (Music Genre) Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • A well-structured program from BSO, Konig, Gerhardt

    A well-structured program from BSO, Konig, Gerhardt
    The latest Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program, the penultimate one for the season, provides a stirring lesson in the art of musical structure. Guest conductor Christoph KonigĀ uses two weighty symphonies, Beethoven's Fifth and Sibelius' Seventh, as...
  • Morlot, CSO find their French musical groove

     Morlot, CSO find their French musical groove
    Whatever was behind Ludovic Morlot's erratic showing at the previous week's Chicago Symphony Orchestra subscription concerts, the second of the guest conductor's two programs, heard Thursday night at Symphony Center, marked a distinct improvement all...
  • Chicago area classical music recommendations

    Chicago area classical music recommendations
    Northbrook Symphony Orchestra: The ensemble steps up its collaboration with the Music Institute of Chicago by featuring eight young soloists from the MIC Academy. The program, conducted by music director Lawrence Rapchak and Academy director James...
  • Chicago Sinfonietta salutes veterans with concerts

     Chicago Sinfonietta salutes veterans with concerts
    A celebration of America, and the men and women who serve it, will come to life on stage when the Chicago Sinfonietta performs United We Stand, the final program of its 2014-15 season. "It's going to be quite moving," said Maestro Mei-Ann Chen, music...
  • Classical: Free Bach at Noon comes to Allentown

    Classical: Free Bach at Noon comes to Allentown
    Bach at Noon, that beloved noontime dose of the music of J.S. Bach, has been delighting audiences at Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem since 2005. More than 6,500 people a year have been attending the free performances, presented by the Bach Choir of...
  • L.A. Phil's vision of Grand Avenue as a shelter for new work, ideas

    L.A. Phil's vision of Grand Avenue as a shelter for new work, ideas
    Can Grand Avenue become an idea, or an attitude, as well as a place? The Music Center at 50 is a mature performing arts center. Its newest venue, Frank Gehry's celebrated Walt Disney Concert Hall — already an L.A. icon — turns 12 in the...
  • 'Hydrogen Jukebox' a timely illumination of the American experience

    'Hydrogen Jukebox' a timely illumination of the American experience
    "Whatever really great poetry I wrote," Allen Ginsberg once said, "I was actually able to chant, to use my whole body, whereas in lesser poetry, I wasn't. I was talking." Ginsberg would not have been the same world-changing poet without his inherent...
  • 4 emerging composers' works shine in L.A. Phil Green Umbrella

    4 emerging composers' works shine in L.A. Phil Green Umbrella
    The artists who will populate Grand Avenue in coming years will undoubtedly look different from the four emerging composers whom John Adams picked for his Tuesday night Green Umbrella component to the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Next on Grand festival....
  • Season of anniversaries to bring burlesque, ballet to Miller Symphony Hall in 2015-16

    Season of anniversaries to bring burlesque, ballet to Miller Symphony Hall in 2015-16
    Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown will have a season of celebrations for the 2015-16 schedule. Diane Wittry will observe her 20th year as Allentown Symphony’s musical director/conductor. The hall will mark 80 years of burlesque since its...
  • Burlesque and ballet among Miller Symphony Hall's distinct new shows

    Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown will have a season of celebrations for the 2015-16 schedule. Diane Wittry will observe her 20th year as Allentown Symphony's musical director/conductor. The hall will mark 80 years of burlesque since its founding as the...
  • Gustavo Dudamel, Gabriela Montero sound 2 different notes on Venezuela

    Gustavo Dudamel, Gabriela Montero sound 2 different notes on Venezuela
    "This is quite simply the future of music," Berlin Philharmonic music director Simon Rattle famously exclaimed in 2004 after conducting a student orchestra in Venezuela. Gustavo Dudamel, whom Rattle made an assistant conductor in Berlin, has gone on to...