A look at what’s in the limelight for the week of April 11, 2011 in local arts news.
Classical composers dish out the thunder and lightning, and we want to know which you love best.
A look at what's in the headlines this week in local arts news.
Classical music has a reputation for being very, very serious stuff. These five pieces reveal that some clever composers had a few tricks up their sleeves.
We're springing into a new month of beautiful classical music.
Amidst serious health problems, lauded conductor James Levine announced that he will step down from his post as Music Director this fall.
World-renowned pianist and IU faculty member Menahem Pressler is being honored for his many contributions to the world of classical music.
March's featured recordings come in like a lion and go out like a lamb.
From a set of electromagnetic-field-sensing antennas to Ben Franklin's take on the wine glasses, these musical instruments are truly unique.
The International Music Score Library Project has modernized the study and performance of classical music. This week, it celebrates its fifth anniversary.