It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything…no particular reason. So, I recently came across this interesting little story. Ever wonder what it’s like to […]
2016 has stood out for history making adventures for Walter Carroll. He shares his story of a recent performance at the Metropolitan Opera.
I dare say that, with the state of classical music in this country, ie: seemingly on a steady decline, no matter how much we’d like to […]
We’ve all heard the highly-charged rhetoric concerning refugees during this contentious election cycle here in the U.S. People from all walks of life have been […]
I’m always interested in rare, old instruments. We most often hear about priceless stringed instruments, such as Stradivari, Amati and Guarneri violins, violas & cellos. […]
This is a fully-staged presentation of Puccini’s popular opera with an outstanding international cast, a chorus of talented singers from the Berkshires and an excellent orchestra of musicians from Massachusetts and nearby.