By Lillian Marx Published: September 05th, 2011
Most people think of the orchestra as a hoity-toity elevator music club invented for your granny's listening pleasure. And while it's true that most members of their audiences are probably knocking on death's door, playing in one must still be an ho
London's Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment has a history of featuring orchestra members in promo campaigns to emphasize that "not all orchestras are the same." This year they decided to feature members of their audience with "st...
Download for FREE. Listen to Unknown Mortal Orchestra performed at Big Orange Studios on September 7, 2011
The cello, a member of the violin family, is the second-largest bowed string instrument in the modern symphony orchestra. DC Cellist, Gordon Withers, takes the traditional orchestra instrument and transforms it into a highly sought ...
Louis Langrée may be best known to New York audiences as the music director of the Mostly Mozart Festival and Orchestra and a conductor at the Metropolitan Opera.