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getclassical · 1M ago

Robert Kapilow – Making Music Accessible

With humor and animated enthusiasm, Robert Kapilow creates a unique platform, inviting mus...
getclassical · 1M ago

Passage from Russia to America – Pianist, composer and transcriber Vyacheslav Gryaznov delights in musical storytelling

A version of this article was published on BlogCritics (Nov.31,2017)Currently enrolled in the Artist Diploma program at Yale University, Slava, as he is called by his friends, speaks freely about the experiences that brought him to America from his ...
getclassical · 1M ago

Orpheus and the “Underworld” of the Conductor-less Chamber Ensemble

The orchestra’s chosen namesake, the Greek mythical hero Orpheus whose music could charm wild beasts and coax trees and rocks to dance, evokes the orchestra’s founding aspirations from 1972....
getclassical · 2M ago

Orpheus and the “Underworld” of the Conductor-less Chamber Ensemble

The orchestra’s chosen namesake, the Greek mythical hero Orpheus whose music could charm wild beasts and coax trees and rocks to dance, evokes the orchestra’s founding aspirations from 1972....
getclassical · 2M ago

Pegasus: The Orchestra – Cultural Incubator of Community

Pegasus, the winged divine stallion of Greek mythology, friend of the muses bringing light...
getclassical · 1Y ago

The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra - Happy 80th Birthday and Happy New Year!

It’s a season of celebration for an exceptional orchestra, in an extraordinary land full o...
getclassical · 1Y ago

Jewish identity in music – pianist Elisaveta Blumina explores Mieczyslaw Weinberg's oeuvre, and her own heritage in the process

Multilingual, with a vivid personality and eyes that bare her soul, the prodigal pianist born in St. Petersburg (Leningrad at the time), has built her career as performance and recording art...
getclassical · 1Y ago

AICF - In Support Of Israel's Talent Network

An astounding display of musical talent was offered to guests and supporters at the festiv...
getclassical · 1Y ago

Collected Counsel – Steven Isserlis revisits Schumann’s Advice to Young Musicians

Steven Isserlis meets the pearls of wisdom in Robert Schumann’s Advice to Young Musicians, originally meant to accompany the master’s renowned 1848 piano suite, Album for the Young, with directness and allure. Isserlis relates guidance from his vast ...
getclassical · 1Y ago

ASPECT Foundation for Music and Art – classical concerts building on cultural and communal context

From its 2011 beginnings in London’s bustling concert scene, the classical music series AS...