Month: June 2010

Young clarinetist passionate about a simpler time

Young clarinetist passionate about a simpler time. This guy is amazing if you ever get a chance to hear him. He came to Columbus 4 or 5 years ago, when he would have been 20 years old, or s: “Michigan-born…

Sphinx Musicians Return to Carnegie Hall Stage

Sphinx Musicians Return to Carnegie Hall Stage | Business Wire. “The next generation of classical musicians must reflect the cultural diversity present in everyday life. In this spirit, The Sphinx Laureates at Carnegie Hall, co-presented by Sheila C. Johnson, will…

Great Classical Music Composers Pt. 7

Great Classical Music Composers Pt. 7. Found this video in a series on “Loren’s Music Room”, a blog about all kind of music and videos. The YouTube video series of a crash course in Classical starts HERE. I think this…

Classical music, opera used to disperse teen loiterers

Classical music, opera used to dispurse teen loiterers | News | London Free Press. If they had played clarinet music, it would have attracted MORE loiterers, gypsies, tramps, thieves, who gravitate to clarinet. 🙂 It would be a party. “People…

Classical music composed for the beauty hidden in our minds

Features | Online edition of Daily News – Lakehouse Newspapers. I just love the descriptions this writer uses to convey a deep appreciation of classical music: “I didn’t know how to let it (classical music, both Western and Indian) under…

Poem: Music described through Nature

Music, by Walter De La Mare, from the collection Music’s Spell, edited by Emily Fragos. From Books and Writers: “In his poems de la Mare has described the English sea and coast, the secret and hidden world of nature. His…