Classical Music News
Read An Instant Conductor, A (Very) Big Baggage Fee And One 'Stroppy' Symphony
August 24, 2012 – The week in classical music news from Pasadena to Berlin.
Read Agitation In Atlanta, Luck In London And John Cage On The A Train
August 17, 2012 – The Atlanta Symphony struggles, a one-handed pianist graduates and the music of John Cage continues.
Read Hamlisch At Juilliard, A Deal In Philly And Saving Ives
August 10, 2012 – Several deaths, desperate financial straits and an official '50 Shades of Classical.'
Read Remembering Ruggiero Ricci: A Virtuoso Soloist Spurred By Army Service
August 6, 2012 – The legendary American violinist made a specialty of solo repertoire. He was 94.
Read Olympic Musicians, Abandoned Pianos And Stravinsky's Scotch
August 3, 2012 – Rounding up all this week's classical news that's fit to link.
Read Around The Classical Internet: July 27, 2012
Read In Aurora, A Bullet's Uncommon Path Saves A Young Composer's Life
July 24, 2012 – A promising 22-year-old musician's life was narrowly saved by a bullet's extraordinary trajectory.
Read Around The Classical Internet: July 20, 2012
Read Beethoven — For A Buck
Read Tanglewood: Celebrating Beethoven In The Backwoods For 75 Years
July 14, 2012 – The tradition of Boston Symphony concerts nestled in the Berkshire Mountains is as popular as ever.
Read Around The Classical Internet: July 13, 2012
Read '50 Shades Of Grey' Is Driving Classical Music Sales
July 11, 2012 – Publishing's monster hit is stirring up sales for a 500-year-old British composer.
Read Remembering George Szell, Powerhouse Conductor
Read Around The Classical Internet: July 6, 2012
Read For The Academy's Pupils And Teachers, The Future Is Bright
June 30, 2012 – Alumni of the youth music program The Academy have a leg up, but still face long odds career-wise.