From a pilot to a filmmaker (and everything in between), here is what today's great pianists might have been if they'd never touched those 88 keys.
Maurice Ravel's Sonata for violin, orchestrated by Yan Maresz, with the fantastic Renaud Capuçon!
20/06/2018Classical Foodies: David Finckel
David Finckel reveals how a bowl of cold sesame noodles landed him a spot in the Emerson String Quartet.
The bow-making firm Penzel KG has more than a century of history, as it was founded in Vogtland by Emil Max Penzel. Matthias Penzel, who currently runs the company together with his father Roland, was born 97 years after the founder Emil Max. Now the company is in Ostrach, not far from Lake Constance. “The tradition of bow-making has been passed from generation to generation, only some tools have changed,” Matthias said. This autumn, from 28 to 3...
On 29 September the Russian violinist will present her latest recording, “The Voice of Violin”, at Cremona Musica, performing some of its pieces.
“The Voice of Violin” is the title of Yulia Berinskaya’s latest CD, which the Russian violinist will present at Cremona Musica on 29 September, performing some of its pieces with the orchestra “I Musici di Parma”. The title itself suggests the theme of the disk, as Ms. Berinskaya explained: “It is ba...
Live online tomorrow in the Digital Concert Hall
In 1987, Sir Simon made his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker with a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 6. Tomorrow, we come full circle: for his last concert in the main auditorium of the Philharmonie as chief conductor, Sir Simon has once again chosen to present the symphonist’s visionary Sixth.