Yes, the official concert season doesn’t kickoff for another month, but there’s no reason to throw in the towel because there are plenty of ear-tickling events going on, even in this most musically arid month we call August.
At a time when opera companies experience increasing pressure to maximize ticket sales, a number of deep breaths were drawn in the Marketing Department in 2000 when Florida Grand Opera commissioned a new opera for its first season in Miami’s new opera house.
Dedicated supporters and community outreach make Syracuse a haven for new music.
Get ready for some serious jet-setting new music style, from the major premieres and oh-so-hip festival circuit to those funky little must-sees that you usually hear about long after the fact.
A selection of photos highlights the American Music Center’s 2007 Annual Meeting and Award Ceremony.
EMP is the Elvis Costello of conferences.
The value of music in society was the theme of a day-long series of talks at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
Despite my familiarity with an emerging American opera that tangles with contemporary history, Anthony Davis’s Wakonda’s Dream, which received its premiere last month at Opera Omaha, still surprises me.