What happens when contemporary composers make music inspired by Brahms?
Why do classical musicians go to music festivals every summer? What’s this “Aspen” all about?
Jim Kozak’s the name. Piano tuning is his game.
Not the thumpa thumpa, strobe light kind. The other kind.
Who ran the (opera) world? Bel canto singers in their heyday – that’s who.
How did being creatively under Beethoven’s influence shape Schumann’s work?
An instrument that can sound country AND Western – and classical, and Chinese folk, and blue grass…
Concertmasters play an important, distinguished, and difficult role in orchestras. So, um…what are they?
The pianist gives a lesson on one of the Big Daddies of classical music.
The violinist walks through a piece by a lesser-known composer who was once more famous than Mozart.
Violinists Philippe Bernhard and Loïc Rio talk about Dohnányi’s String Quartet No. 3.
The pianist and Moores School Piano Professor talks (and plays) Brahms.
Hey there! Glad you made it.
There are no dumb questions here – only uninformed ones asked with inexplicable confidence. And panache!