- Stamford Advocate31 minutes ago
From classical to folk, hip-hop to opera, Latin jazz to punk rock, live music of all kinds will resound on streets, sidewalks, porches, plazas, parks, gardens, storefronts and ...
- Houston Chronicle14 hours ago
Classical music for a modern age” is a video series exploring the evolving landscape of the “new classical” genre, which flourishes on the borderland where classical ...
- The Grass Valley Union1 day ago
Classical music returns to KVMR 89.5 FM with Classics Declassified, a new program that aims to take listeners on a diverse journey into the world of old and new classical
- The Times of India12 hours ago
Singing Legend Lata Mangeshkar doesn't listen to much of today's music. If I ever hear myself singing, I find a dozen faults," says the eternal songstress with a laugh. Strange, coming ...
- MSN News3 hours ago
Thousands of high-speed robots are seen harmoniously assembling entire car bodies in just 68 seconds with amazing precision as part of the 'fourth industrial revolution'
- Lapeer Area View2 hours ago
Because of the wisdom of his mother, Demick was allowed to switch from clarinet to percussion, and eventually received a scholarship to Wayne State University in music. While playing ...
- The Aspen Times3 days ago
Classical music is often perceived as a select art form that's hard to understand and out of reach to all but the most studious listeners and players. The orchestra is the main ...
- The Times of India6 days ago
Sparked by an idea to restore classical music to its past glory, Kolkata Youth Ensemble was found in 2015. What started as a formation of 20-odd artistes is now a team of 100 talented ...
- Los Angeles Times5 days ago
The week ahead in SoCal classical music, June 17-24, 2018
Apollo's Fire Does the “Greatest Hits of the 1720s” and the Rest of the Classical Music to Catch in Cleveland This WeekCleveland Scene17 hours ago
On Wednesday, June 20 at 7:00 pm, Mark Lancaster Lusk brings members of his Penn State Trombone Choir and friends along for music by Bernstein, Vaughan Williams, and The Eminent J.J.