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Handel’s ‘Saul’ Oratorio: An Age-Old Story for Today
The story opens with triumph: David has just slain the monstrous Goliath and returns to a joyous chorus of harmonious praise. But things soon take a turn for the treacherous. ...
May 30, 2019
Album Review: ‘Choral Music’
I first came across Richard Allain's music at one of Alistair Dixon's “New Lamps for Old” concerts with his ensemble ...
May 9, 2019
Mezzo Solos by Brahms, Elgar, and The Brothers Balliett
On May 3, The Cecilia Chorus of New York performs an interesting triptych of pieces shining the spotlight on ...
May 1, 2019
Child Prodigies of Classical Music
There was always music in our house when I was growing up: operas and piano sonatas and string ...
May 1, 2019
‘Shakespeare of Music’ Finally Got His Own Blue Plaque
In 2015, a building on Great Pulteney Street in Soho finally received London’s famous blue plaque. It marked ...
April 28, 2019
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Celebrating Richard Tucker and More With the Met Opera Guild
Richard Tucker began his career at the Metropolitan Opera in 1945, before it even came to its Lincoln ...
April 5, 2019
Bringing the Magic of Opera Right Into Schools
Each year, Opera Saratoga packs up one production into one van and brings it directly to thousands of ...
March 26, 2019
Secret Masses, Setting Faith Into Music, and the English Reformation
When England's King Henry VIII broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century, it was as ...
March 21, 2019
‘Dido and Aeneas’ at the Met Museum
Henry Purcell's Baroque masterpiece "Dido and Aeneas" is one of the most famous English operas. The last aria, ...
March 20, 2019
NTD International Piano Competition Takes a Different Approach to Repertoire
Fairly new as far as major classical music competitions go, the New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television International Piano ...
March 8, 2019
Magnificat: Women’s Voices in Celebration of Saint Mary
A Magnificat is a canticle, a Latin word that means "magnify," and in this context "My soul magnifies ...
March 8, 2019
Plants Absolutely Love Listening to Music, Here’s Some Interesting Findings
Plants love music, but not just any music. They have a taste for classical. Not only have researchers ...
March 6, 2019
Composers Are Under No Threat From Artificial Intelligence
Chinese technology company Huawei has not had particularly good press recently. Countries including Australia have excluded it from construction of ...
March 5, 2019
When Editing Unfinished Music Needs to Be Done
Unfinished works of art have long had a poetic allure. Such works are attractive to us today, in part, ...
February 26, 2019
Painting the Spanish Renaissance Through Song
The technique of tone painting goes as far back as the history of music. Even in the time of ...
February 17, 2019
An Intimate Brahms Requiem Hopes to Give Comfort
The year 1865 began with a great loss for composer Johannes Brahms. That February, his mother died. By ...
February 6, 2019
Beethoven’s Music Has a Higher Purpose, His ‘Moonlight Sonata’ Never Gets Old
Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer and pianist. He died in 1827, aged 56 years. Many say ...
January 24, 2019
How to Introduce Your Children to Classical Music
Classical music is well-known for its positive effects. Here's how parents can expose their children to it.
December 20, 2018
New York String Orchestra Seminar Celebrates 50 Years
With the holiday season in full swing, performing arts traditions abound in the city. This Christmas, the New ...
December 6, 2018
Rachmaninoff’s Lost Russia, Captured in his ‘Vespers’
For most, the brilliant composer Sergei Rachmaninoff brings to mind powerful piano works and an iconic, unequivocally Russian sound. ...
November 8, 2018
Harpsichord Virtuoso Zuzana Ruzickova’s Legacy Captured on Film
NEW YORK—Looking straight at the viewer, Zuzana Ruzickova, then 87, detailed the horrors of three Nazi concentration camps, ...
October 15, 2018
Baroque Violinist Augusta McKay Lodge on the Ephemerality of Musical Experiences
NEW YORK—"I don't think you should make it too grand of a thing," violinist Augusta McKay Lodge says ...
October 15, 2018
Exploring Haydn, Beyond the Clichés
We remember him as "Papa Haydn," father of the symphony and mentor to Mozart and Beethoven, and the ...
October 10, 2018
Pianist Inna Faliks Presents a Musical Memoir at Symphony Space
Music is meant to be a living thing, according to pianist Inna Faliks. It is the musician's role ...
October 7, 2018
Saint Thomas’s New Organ Takes Center Stage in Recital
NEW YORK—The Saint Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue is a destination for visitors from around the world, as ...
October 6, 2018
Album Review: ‘Vivaldi: Concerti da Camera’
The delightful new release "Vivaldi: Concerti da Camera" from the French label Calliope presents us with a disc of ...
September 28, 2018
Classical Music Stars Bring High Art Without the Jargon
NEW YORK—When the artists gets on stage, the first thing they're asked is: "You could perform anywhere in ...
September 28, 2018
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