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

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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

Classical 101July 27, 2020

Classically Trained: Nkeiru Okoye

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News & FeaturesJuly 22, 2020

Local, Virtual, Classical: 5 Online Events to Enjoy This Week

By Mary Lathem We’re not leaving our houses as much these days, but when great classical music and

Classical 101July 20, 2020

Classically Trained: Rhiannon Giddens

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