Inspired by Leonard Bernstein's 'Prelude, Fugue and Riffs,' we proudly present Classicalite's "moving" tribute to birthday boy Richard Wagner.
Across the universe and the Rhine, Classicalite's Logan K. Young assesses the many similarities between Richard Wagner and Pierre Boulez.
While it might be a tad too early to come right out and call Peter Gelb's Ring cycle an outright failure, it's probably fair to say that the Metropolitan Opera's Ring cycle machine was, itself, an epic fail.
This summer, a 2,000-year-old language that the Buddha would have spoken will feature in Welsh National Opera's staged premiere of Jonathan Harvey's 'Wagner Dream.'
Going track-by-track, in 50 words or less, through all 15 of E.L. James' favorite classical music. Today...Joseph Canteloube, Baïlèro from 'Chants d'Auvergne' (15x50).
Gotham Chamber Opera has announced its 2013-2014 season, featuring four new productions--including a world premiere and a U.S. premiere.
Earlier today, the Dallas Opera announced that Emmanuel Villaume will be its new Music Director--only the third conductor to be named to that position in the company's 56-year history.
On the occasion of a cultural event organized by The Aspen Institute Arts Program, the UN High-Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations, Mr. Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser, met with Ms. Renée Fleming, the celebrated soprano and musical ambassador.
Responding to the latest development in this week's ongoing Jenkinsgate, Katherine Jenkins has taken to Twitter to defend herself--all the while receiving support from British royalty like Katie Price and Amy Childs.
Going track-by-track, in 50 words or less, through all 15 of E.L. James' favorite classical music. Today...Verdi, 'La Traviata' Prelude (15x50).
175 pianists and 144 vocalists are needed for works by Jed Distler and R. Murray Schafer.
Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir--who seems to have an ax to grind against popular musicians--has now attacked the blonde Welsh starlet for being too well-groomed at the 2013 London Marathon.
Going track-by-track, in 50 words or less, through all 15 of E.L. James' favorite classical music. Today...Villa-Lobos, Bachianas Brasileiras #5 'Cantilena'
Live at Changhua County Stadium (Saturday, April 20, 2013).
Alongside Mellissa Hughes and Martha Culver, her vocalmates in the group Va Vocals, recent Pulitzer winner Caroline Shaw stopped by Strand Books last night--with her iPad--for a stunning a cappella performance of David Lang's "I Want to Live Where You Live."