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A new world of colour and drama - Mozart: Stolen Beauties

11 hours agoMusic / Classical : Planet Hugill

Chamber music with French horn by Mozart, Michael Haydn and Punto; Anneke Scott, Ironwood, ABC Classics Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Aug 12 2015 Star rating: 4.0 Vivid colour and bravura technique This new disc on the Australian label...Show More Summary

C&L's Late Nite Music Club: Beethoven's Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 61

Of all the classical composers I've listened to and studied, Ludwig is my favorite and combine that with my love of the violin and tonight's LNMC will feature Arabella Steinbacher playing Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D Major. There...Show More Summary

I love Apple Music and I’m willing to forgive its flaws

I love Apple Music, even though it has so many flaws that it can feel like condescending to the slightly-deaf, undeniably jerky owner of a brilliant record store as they school you on classic hip hop. Of course Apple Music loves Bob Dylan. Show More Summary

‘Video Music Awards’ Ratings Down, While Twitter Sets Record

The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards snared 9.8 million total viewers across 10 Viacom networks (MTV, MTV2, VH1, VH1 Classic, CMT, Logo, BET, Centric, Comedy Central, TV Land). That’s down from last year’s 10.3M factoring in simulcasts on...Show More Summary

Book Notes - Joe Meno "Chicago Noir: The Classics"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Kevin Brockmeier, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...

? Listen: Michael Vincent Waller - “The South Shore”

Michael Vincent Waller writes modern classical music that contours rare afternoons, ambling thoughts and sympathetic processions of change and loss. Waller’s compositions work patiently from a place of unassuming aesthetic possibility,...Show More Summary

Le Bristol Paris To Host Art Deco Furniture Exhibit And Classical Music Concerts

Throughout the month of October, Le Bristol Paris, a luxury hotel located on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, will host a display of original Art Deco furniture and objects alongside contemporary reinterpretations. The exhibition is...Show More Summary

Watch Justin Bieber Weep on Stage Following His VMAs Performance

Justin Bieber wept on stage following his performance at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards. After singing "Where Are U Now?" which featured some classic Bieber dance moves, he went into his second number, "What Do You Mean?"Although both tunes were pretty upbeat, Bieber ended with a more serious... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Justin Bieber

Watch Taylor Swift Go Classical Hollywood With the Video for “Wildest Dreams”

Taylor Swift’s collaborations with veteran music video director Joseph Kahn have thus far included the star-studded, action blockbuster–esque “Bad Blood” and the Gone Girl-esque “Blank Space,” and their new video for the fifth single off 1989 is no less cinematic. Show More Summary

This Excellent Music Clip Mixes Claymation With Classic 80s Cinema (NSFW)

This five-minute video, put together by director, writer and clay animator Lee Hardcastle, is the music clip for GUNSHIP’s new synth track “Tech Noir”. Along with being a great tune, it’s the perfect fodder for a nostalgia-filled trip back to the 1980s, particularly the films that ruled the era. More »      

There Is No Music Biopic More Deranged Than LISZTOMANIA

4 days agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Ken Russell's 1975 investigation of classical music, celebrity and reanimated Nazis. Read more...

Watch Leonidas Kavakos at the Annecy Festival live, here, today, free

Temirkanov, Kavakos: Beethoven, Prokofiev powered by medici.tv, the leading online channel for classical music.This concert comes to you live from the Annecy Classic Festival, courtesy of Medici.tv. JDCMB is delighted to share this streaming. Show More Summary

Interview with Moritz Simon Geist / Sonic Robots

Moritz Simon Geist is a classical musician and a robotics engineer who builds his own musical instruments. The most famous of them is the MR-808, an oversized replica of the TR-808 produced by Roland to reproduce drum sounds. This 1980s electronic drum machine imitated the drum so inadequately that it actually created its own sound. Show More Summary

Music Review: On Poison Season, Destroyer broadens its sound with oddball charm intact

The press materials for Poison Season, the 11th record Dan Bejar has recorded under the name Destroyer, cite David Bowie’s chamber-pop classic Hunky Dory as an influence this time around. The touchstones—ornate strings, piano flourishes—are certainly there, but Poison Season is a looser, less-constrained affair. Show More Summary

Lost Generation: Middle-Aged Classical Musicians

“This is the art-form that reveres the aged master, but it’s no less enamoured of youth. The problem is that between charmed youth and revered old age comes the ‘awkward age’. To be musically talented and middle-aged is nowadays deemed worthy of no more than polite attention. Whereas to be musically talented and young is […]

The Brit Music Fiver – Five Classic British Protest Songs and their Stories

Art has long been the outlet that people use to express frustration with a system that doesn’t seem to hear them. Britain is no different than any other country in this regard, and the in the 20th Century, musicians have used their art...Show More Summary

Camp classic The Rocky Horror Show gets London reprise

5 days agoArts : Artdaily

Cult musical "The Rocky Horror Show" is to titilate London theatregoers once again, 40 years after the film it spawned first hit the silver screen, with extra dates announced Wednesday due to high demand. Richard O'Brien, the show'sShow More Summary

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Movin' On UP With Pop Evil

Mainstream music may be more interested in pop and "that red lip classic thing that you like" these days, but if you look for it - really look for it - you'll find that rock and roll is very much alive and expands far beyond a Dave and a Grohl. Show More Summary

UK charts accused of "snobbery" over Everybody's Gone to the Rapture soundtrack snub

There's a row brewing over whether the soundtrack to PlayStation 4 exclusive Everybody's Gone to the Rapture should be a part of the UK's official classical music chart. The debate was sparked after The Official Charts Company this week removed the game's soundtrack from the Classical Artist Albums Chart, saying it had been placed there in error. Show More Summary

CultureZohn: Mid-Century Mozart

With all the hand wringing about aging audiences and the effort to bring young hipsters e.g. Huffington Post-style readers to opera and classical music the way they are now flocking to contemporary art, a certain overly complicated mindset...Show More Summary

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