Many orchestras have been making videos during this quarantine year. What lessons can we take away from them?
You might have heard the word, but if you’ve wondered what a cadenza actually is, check out this short explainer video.
Oscars are on Sunday. Find out my official predictions for who SHOULD win and who will win in the music categories! https://youtu.be/bVSzMKxSJ1U
What’s the best symphony that you DON’T know by a favorite composer? Find out here!
Two great articles with coverage of our virtual season!
Is the “Hallelujah Chorus” celebrating resurrection rather than birth?
Fraud in classical music? Just confusion? Maybe a honest mistake? Maybe a bit of both. Check out a few of the best known examples. https://youtu.be/uQfZ_gjzinE
Spring is here. How about some classical music that gets you in the mood!
Three more wonderful pieces by women composers to help celebrate Women’s History Month
My first (of two) videos on six wonderful pieces by women composers to help celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day.
How does a composer write a symphony? Chances are, the first and last movements are in Sonata-Allegro form. So….what the heck does that mean? Find out in this video!
Pianist Dominic Cheli joins me for our first “5 Favorite Things” of 2021!