News & FeaturesSeptember 29, 2020

5 Classical Artists to Add to Your Playlist this Hispanic Heritage Month

Five noteworthy artists who have made their mark on the classical music world to add to your listening queue

Classical 101September 28, 2020

Classically Trained: Rayna Gellert

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas.

News & FeaturesSeptember 23, 2020

The Curse of 9

Classical music has its own fateful numerical legend

Classical 101September 14, 2020

Classically Trained: Anthony Roth Costanzo

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas

News & FeaturesSeptember 9, 2020

Naming of parts

By Lawrence Toppman While re-reading my favorite World War II poem, Henry Reed’s “Naming of Parts,” I realized Beethoven was

News & FeaturesAugust 26, 2020

Did Beethoven invent anything?

By Lawrence Toppman This may sound like a goofy question. He revolutionized genres with audaciously difficult symphonies, complex

Classical 101August 24, 2020

Classically Trained: David Charles Abell

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas

Classical 101August 17, 2020

Classically Trained: Carol Brice

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas

News & FeaturesAugust 12, 2020

A disastrous outpouring of genius

By Lawrence Toppman The concert lasted four hours in an unheated Vienna hall on a December night. The

Classical 101August 3, 2020

Classically Trained: Carlisle Floyd

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas.

News & FeaturesJuly 29, 2020

Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony

By Lawrence Toppman Who knew, right? After the May 1824 premiere of the Ninth Symphony, his longest and