This concert pianist thinks all classical concerts should be under 80 minutes
Library of Congress to Acquire Violin Collection
While on NEPR’s Trip to Italy in May, our group visited the famous Stradivari Museum in Cremona. It was truly awe-inspiring to see the exhibits […]
Scaring the Audience
The Young Artist program at Glimmerglass is producing some fine young talent who sometimes outshine the stars in their midst.
Shopping for Classical Music – A Remembrance
Many years ago…MANY!…I helped open a Classical Music store in my hometown of Milwaukee, WI. It was an offshoot of Radio Doctors, a big store […]
Can you believe it? A shirt that allows deaf people to “feel” the sounds of an orchestra…
A heart-warming moment when profoundly deaf people experience classical music in full for the very first time. And it’s all thanks to wearable technology…
“When in Rome”…or just about anywhere in Italy!
From the Huffington post this week, about Cleveland’s decision in favor of public bathroom users’ being able to choose the restroom that matches their gender […]