A student of Akiko Tatsumi at the Toho Gakuen School of Music, and Zakhar Bron at the Bron Academy, Moné Hattori is a former 1st…View More VC YOUNG ARTIST | Moné Hattori, 20 – “Dazzling Young Virtuoso of Outstanding Potential”
Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear will open the SPCO’s fall series of livestreamed concerts from the Ordway. (photo by Anita Zvonar) Minneapolis StarTribune SPCO plans to…View More Minneapolis StarTribune.com: SPCO live stream series: Oct. 3 Stewart Goodyear will "play his own Piano Quartet"; Oct. 17 Adolphus Hailstork’s "St. Paul’s Blues for Solo Flute"
The latest Tapestry/Red Truck digital short is up. It’s called Silly Distance and it features an overheated Keith Klassen, in a suit, singing to 5000…View More Couple of things to watch out for on Youtube
It’s not easy to figure out how to stage Kurt Weill’s Street Scene. On the one hand it’s a gritty story of violence and poverty…View More Street Scene in Madrid
Our critic enjoys a masterly, socially distanced first night of the Proms, a new series by Opera North made to listen as you walk and…View More House music: Flora Willson’s watching and listening highlights
We take a deep dive into the fabulous Van Gogh Immersive exhibit in Toronto.View More FEATURE | Inside Immersive Van Gogh
Classical music and opera events streaming on the web for the week of August 31 – September 6.View More CRITIC’S PICKS | Classical Music Livestreams You Absolutely Need To See This Week
Today is Belgian-Russian violin virtuoso Vadim Repin’s 49th birthday! A protégé of Zakhar Bron, he is a former 1st prize winner at the Wienaiwski and Queen Elisabeth International Violin…View More ON THIS DAY | Today is Violin Virtuoso Vadim Repin’s 49th Birthday!
Today is Armenian-American violist Kim Kashkashian’s birthday! A student of Karen Tuttle, Ms Kashkashian is a former prize winner at the Lionel Tertis and ARD International Viola Competitions. She…View More ON THIS DAY | Today is Armenian-American Violist Kim Kashkashian’s Birthday!
This Week in Classical Music: August 31, 2020. Cornucopia. Last week was rather disappointing, we had to go back several centuries to find a composer…View More Cornucopia, 2020