“Giant in the Shadows” 100 years ago, Max Reger (1873-1916), one of the giants of music in Germany passed away prematurely at age 43. He was an exact contemporary of Rachmaninoff, one year younger than Scriabin, and one year older
MendelssohnQuartet in E minor String, op. 44, No. 2 TchaikovskyString sextet “Souvenir de Florence”, op. 70 Performed by Quatuor Guilet Carton Cooley, viola Naum Benditzsky, cello Recorded in 1950 Tchaikovsky: String sextet “Souvenir de Florence”, op. 70 – Allegro con
“Minors of the Majors” invites you to discover compositions by the great classical composers that for one reason or another have not reached the musical mainstream. Please enjoy, and keep listening!
Reading American literature during my student days in Europe was a rather thankless and boring task. I simply had no connection to the naïve optimism of the American frontier mentality or the preachy virtues of the Puritan legacy. For me,
An impresario working in the late 17th century was solely responsible for running all the artistic and business matters of the theater. He rented the house, negotiated and signed contracts with everyone connected with productions. Singers, instrumentalists, technical staff and
Duo pianists Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe have been performing together since meeting at Juilliard in 2002. Their solo piano careers have been augmented by their duo piano careers and their international touring schedule has brought them worldwide recognition.
Violin Concerto II From MORAVEC, P.: Violin Concerto / Shakuhachi Quintet / Equilibrium (2016) Released by Naxos Moravec: Violin Concerto IIPaul Moravec is one of the most admired and acclaimed composers of our time, his music standing out for its