It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything…no particular reason. So, I recently came across this interesting little story. Ever wonder what it’s like to […]
2016 has stood out for history making adventures for Walter Carroll. He shares his story of a recent performance at the Metropolitan Opera.
I dare say that, with the state of classical music in this country, ie: seemingly on a steady decline, no matter how much we’d like to […]
We’ve all heard the highly-charged rhetoric concerning refugees during this contentious election cycle here in the U.S. People from all walks of life have been […]
I’m always interested in rare, old instruments. We most often hear about priceless stringed instruments, such as Stradivari, Amati and Guarneri violins, violas & cellos. […]
This is a fully-staged presentation of Puccini’s popular opera with an outstanding international cast, a chorus of talented singers from the Berkshires and an excellent orchestra of musicians from Massachusetts and nearby.
This concert pianist thinks all classical concerts should be under 80 minutes
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 […]
The Young Artist program at Glimmerglass is producing some fine young talent who sometimes outshine the stars in their midst.
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 […]