It took a while for this musical great to realize that he was.
Tamara McCoy totally tears up Totentanz.
It’s a hurricane in a chamber opera, but definitely not a tempest in a tea pot.
Holiday on voice.
Because it’s still spring even though Houston seems to have other plans.
Coal miners and classical music, baby.
Ottorino Respighi wasn’t a native of Rome, but he got there as quickly as he could.
What’s in a string quartet? The members of Enso tell all. Or…some. They tell a good deal, let’s say.
Jung, archetypes, myth, and classical music with Rodney Waters.
How he grew from an artist into a Beethoven.
Violinist Todd Reynolds attempts to define classical music. Does he succeed? Maybe!
Thirsting for some good music? Pianist and Environmentalist, Hélène Grimaud talks about producing her new CD, “Water” in this Music Works episode.
Hey there! Glad you made it.
There are no dumb questions here – only uninformed ones asked with inexplicable confidence. And panache!