Across the universe and the Rhine, Classicalite's Logan K. Young assesses the many similarities between Richard Wagner and Pierre Boulez.
THANK YOU, MICHAEL FEINGOLD!
Next to Masaki Batoh's 'Brain Pulse Music,' Alvin Lucier's 'Music for Solo Performer' sure sounds demure, dated and dumb.
Can one of YouTube's great musicians cut through the fog of Eurostar's London terminal? Let us find out.
On Friday evening, under the baton of Thomas Wilkins and the Omaha Symphony, former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice performed the first movement (and just the first-movement-only) of the much loved Piano Concerto in A Minor.
During the recording of Merchandise's recently released 'Totale Nite' LP, frontman Carson Cox spent a lot of time making the short film 'Rush of Blood.'
Asked why they drink alone, Anti-Social Music--that lovably anarchic group of composers, performers and all-around provocateurs--responded pretty much exactly how one would expect.
Once more, Classicalite told you this was going to be an "epic."
To celebrate America's one true music, Classicalite has been featuring articles on those artists and individuals who have made jazz what she is today. Well, the crescendo's stopped here on April 30--International Jazz Day.
LIVE @ Howard Gilman Opera House, Brooklyn Academy of Music - Thursday, April 24, 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."
Organist Patrick Allen played Buxtehude, J.S. Bach and Nicolas DeGrigny on Saturday, April 20, 2013.
One of the most irritating trends in contemporary musicology has to be the wholesale re-appraisal of a revered composer under the guise of institutional revisionism.
On April 18, 2013, musicians from the Boston Symphony that have participated in the marathon wear their marathon running clothing to pay tribute to the victims of the marathon bombing and their families at Symphony Hall in Boston.
Yesterday, two bombs packed with ball bearings tore through crowds near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Three people were killed. Many, many more were injured. The perpetrator(s) are still at large. As all of America mourns for Boston, Classicalite wanted to share something in memoriam...