You gotta watch this.
The Boston Camerata founder Joel Cohen is about to put us right: It’s that holiday time of year, and to celebrate Thanksgiving, National Public Radio
Thomas’ Music, a Melbourne institution since 1922, shut down earlier this year. It was a much-loved destination for classical musicians and enthusiasts. A feature of
There were serious problems at the Palau de la Música in València when half the roof blew off and the rain came in. Was Piotr
Martin Engstroem has announced a new festival in Latvia. The first year will cosist of four weekends with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra/Mariss Jansons; Israel
The great Slava and Galina sell-off raked in £4.2million ($5.3 million) at Sotheby’s yesterday. It included three cellos.. A 1783 G B Guadagnini sold for
Our diarist Anthea Kreston is in the hot seat this month at the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra in the state of Minnesota. The SPCO has
The tenor’s partner Christiane Lutz has let it be known that they will become parents in March, and the Garman tabloids are ecstatic (see below).
Yannick Nézet-Séguin has told the parish newspaperb that he fought long and hard to have the second intermission restored in the upcoming Met production of
I particularly like this curtain call by conductor Speranza Scappucci, head of Liege Opera in Belgium. She does all the right things in a very
From Richard Bratby’s Spectator review of last weekend’s Birmingham concerts: The expressive power of Weinberg’s music seems to lie in the way it shapes itself