A long post about my tenth album “SoLò Ópus”, out January 2019
Revisiting an older post about genre, finding out that Genre in music employs people, creates niche markets and gives us something to talk about.
It was in sixth grade “art” class at Columbia Middle School, that I — a 12-year old scholarship student freshly arrived from Russia with very limited English — and my classmates, were asked to vote on a radio station to listen to during class. Everyone wanted to listen to Z100 — everyone but me.
An appreciation of a recital by my teacher, violist Samuel Rhodes.
I don’t know how many of you read the sports pages for your dose of “Classical Onion” headlines, but here’s one which caught my eye this morning — Three cheers for Ben…
Oy! A program of works by Osvaldo Golijov, Miguel de Aguila, Copland and Mendelssohn titled …. “DIRTY DANCING”! (and that’s just the first movie title of the Bach Dancing & Dynamite Series…