Mostly Mozart Festival 2013: Viennese Connections
23 May 2013 In 1787, at age 16, Ludwig van Beethoven traveled alone from Bonn to Vienna with the intention
of studying with Mozart. The timing was not propitious. Mozart was immersed in composing
Don Giovanni for its fall premiere in Prague.
A Chat With: Virginia Arts Festival Conductor JoAnn Faletta
14 May 2013
The Virginia Symphony and Richmond Ballet will present “The Rite of Spring” on May 29th as part of the Virginia Arts Festival - a festival of extraordinary arts experiences that lasts through June. The performance will take place at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk, Virginia.
Lincoln Center Festival 2013
24 Apr 2013 -- Since its inaugural year in 1996, Lincoln Center Festival has presented some of the
most original and diverse works in Lincoln Center history.
A Chat With: Virginia International Tattoo Director J. Scott Jackson
21 Apr 2013 -- The Virginia International Tattoo is a signature annual event of the Virginia Arts Festival – a festival of extraordinary arts experiences that lasts through June. Virginia International Tattoo performed April 25-28 at the Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia.
08 Mar 2013 -- Isabelle Faust speaks with Lawrence Van Gelder about Bach, the path to her Philharmonic debut, and her love for her violin.
A Chat With Tom Gold; New York Performances March 12-13
07 Mar 2013 -- Tom Gold Dance will present two evenings of dance with a program that will feature the World Premiere of La Plage with music by John Zorn, also included on the program will be Faure Fantasy with music by Gabrielle Faure; Gershwin Preludes, music by George Gershwin; and Mad about the Boy with music by Ivor Novello and Noel Coward, all with choreography by Tom Gold.
The Orchestra in Motion
26 Feb 2013 -- New traditions are gaining momentum at the New York Philharmonic. Music Director Alan Gilbert speaks with Karissa Krenz on the interests and initiatives that underlie the Orchestra’s 2013–14 season.