Again, while we wait for NPR Music to finish editing their newest field recording from Make Music New York, we thought we'd share some more footage of the rehearsal process--with a score, of course.
While we wait for NPR Music to finish editing their newest field recording from Make Music New York, we thought we'd share some video of the rehearsal process--with a score, no less.
Be it classical music, jazz, theater or dance, arts news gets made fresh every day...especially for Cyber Tuesday, December 2, 2013 (i.e. only twentysomething more days until Christmas proper).
Be it classical music, jazz, theater or dance, arts news gets made fresh every day...especially for Wednesday, November 27, 2013 (i.e. the day before Thanksgiving).
Tracking Down a Musical Witness to the Day a Savior was Murdered [The Times of Israel, James Inverne]
Stagehands on strike at Carnegie Hall voted on Friday to accept a proposed labor agreement, effectively ending the two-day strike that forced Carnegie Hall to cancel its opening night gala.
Alongside the similarly lauded jazz pianist and composer Vijay Iyer, classical pianist and writer Jeremy Denk wins this year's increased grant for his popularizing of the genre.
And with the world's best musicians, singers, dancers and actors going back to repertory work after their summer stocks, there's more good news happening now than there was, say, back in August.
So, in an effort to keep all you Classicalites abreast of each and every situation, we'll be trawling the web for the best headlines--those stories, those people making the biggest waves.
News gets made fresh everyday.
Marian McPartland, a British musician who hosted a jazz program on National Public Radio for more than four decades, has died at age 95, NPR said on its website.
So, when Mr. Bell's publicists came next for the Miss America Pageant, apparently, there was no one left to speak, "Hey, Josh, this is probably a bad idea."
Upon the news of Jamie Barton's double victory at the 2013 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World--the mezzo won both the main award and the song prize, quite a rare feat--the Aspen Music Festival and School tore up its schedule to get the singer back to the Rockies for her first U.S. appearance post-win.
Portuguese soprano Ana Maria Pinto has become the face--or perhaps the voice--of popular protest in her native country. Though her published rep list includes such standard soprano fare as Musetta in 'La bohème' or Rosina in 'Il barbiere di Siviglia,' these days she's as likely to be singing outside in the streets as in Portugal's opera houses.
Because, like Anthony Kiedis once said, you can't NOT get enough under the bridge downtown.