Jazz à la Mode
A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION with Garrison Keillior
AMERICAN ROUTES with Nick Spitzer
SUNDAY BAROQUE with Suzanne Bona
FROM THE TOP with Christopher O’Riley
CONCIERTO with Frank Dominguez
Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis made for a simpatico pairing when they began making music together in 2007. The trumpeter welcomed the country music legend to Jazz at Lincoln Center, (in Bambino terms, The House that Wynton Built), for an intensive week of rehearsals and performances that Blue Note released as Two Men With the Blues.
Martin Scorsese captured something of Paul Butterfield’s singular stature in the way he framed the harmonica player’s appearance in “The Last Waltz.” Following an interlude in which The Band recounts meeting Sonny Boy Williamson near the end of his life in Helena, Arkansas, the blues portion...
This past weekend was a big one for orchestras in Massachusetts. On Saturday evening my colleague John Nowacki gave his first pre-concert talk for the Springfield Symphony Orchestra and was witness to a season opening concert he called splendid and “breathtaking.”
As part of the celebration of the Hispanic Heritage Month, Tertulia's guest on October 12,2014 was Ilan Stavans, Lewis-Sebring Professor in Latin American and Latino Culture at Amherst College. Professor Stavans read poetry by Alberto Blanco from Mexico...
On Oct. 19, 1814, an Austrian teenager named Franz Schubert wrote "Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel," a boldly innovative song that remains an inspiration for singers and songwriters.