The story of a changing America shown through the lens of the popular country music radio show, The National Barn Dance.
My Houghton friend Brad Wilber, who runs a blog predicting future Metropolitan Opera productions, has been asked to STOP. This is very interesting. Read more.
Monday, August 15
Composer’s Datebook: Leon Theremin's good vibration
Music by Beethoven, Vivaldi, and the irresistible fun of Jacques Ibert’s flute concerto
A ticket giveaway: a cellist’s fantasy in live performance at the Canandaguia LakeMusic Fest
Tuesday, August 16
Syracuse University officials fed a miracle pill to the city's dead Symphony, and they say that with love and care, it may revive soon. Read the latest here. Meanwhile, troubles began in Montreal, and New York City Opera
Monday, August 8
More than 60 African American classical musicians from throughout the United States will gather in Rochester later this week for the 9th Gateways Music Festival. They will perform recitals, chamber music concerts, symphonic concerts, and lecture demonstrations. WXXI’s Teej Jenkins reports.
Wake with pieces by Debussy, Antonio Vivaldi, and Florence Price