Friday Aug 22
The Creation 216 years since it brought fame to its composer
One of history's most famous composers, Joseph Haydn , once confessed, "I want to write a work that will give permanent fame to my name in the world".
Thu Aug 21, 2014
BWW Reviews: Boundless: Australian String Quartet Reinvigorated the Classics
Reviewed Friday 15th August 2014 The Australian String Quartet have chosen three sensational pieces for their Boundless Australian national tour, stepping away from their more usual fare of Australian contemporary works in favour of three masterpieces by some of the greatest composers of string quartets, one each from the Classical and the Romantic ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Dallas Symphony returns to Allen on Sept. 4
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra will return to Allen for a classical concert Sept.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Redlands Symphony, violinist Roberto Cani perform at the Redlands Bowl
The most obvious virtuosity came from violinist I that, in the world of classical music, still has a contemporary feel.
Sat Aug 02, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Quartet plays music that broke the rules
Suggesting that chamber music really can change things - one small roomful of great musicians at a time - the Emerson String Quartet, with clarinet Jon Manasse, capped off an exhilarating week for the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival Thursday evening.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
San Jose Mercury News
Society: Lots to celebrate at Music@Menlo
Janet Duca Norton / For The Daily News Original Festival founding member and board member Paul and Marcia Ginsburg, left, said that the festival format has turned out exactly as it was envisioned by Wu Han and David Finckel.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Jonny Greenwood Will Tour 'Water' Classical Piece
Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood has announced the world premiere of "Water," his collaborative piece with the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Why Criminals Are Afraid of Classical Music
Apparently, many young people, especially those with an antisocial disposition, dislike classical music so much that Bach, Beethoven and Mozart can even be played to discourage young hooligans from intimidating, harassing and robbing store customers.