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Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star, Who Wrote You? ’Twas Not Mozart.

“I never made a mistake in my life. I thought I did once, but I was wrong.” –Charles Schulz Despite being a beloved internet personality, I have my flaws. Sometimes—rarely, of course—I make mistakes. I know. You’re shocked. Take a moment to recover, if you need one. But it happens. Show More Summary

Why It's Important To Meet Kids On Their Own Terms

This article first appeared on QuietRev.comOne in five million children is born a prodigy, meaning she or he will reach a professional level of expertise in some skill before adolescence. Mozart, for example, wrote his first symphony...Show More Summary

These Wine Grapes Listened to Mozart, to Their Benefit

A taste of black cherry, leather, and just a hint of G minor? In the hills of Montalcino in Tuscany, winemaker Giancarlo Cignozzi has, for more than a decade, been playing Mozart 24 hours of day to a section of Sangiovese grapes growing in his vineyard, reports CBS News. At...

Review: The Atlanta Opera opens season with Mozart’s “Abduction From the Seraglio”

The Atlanta Opera opened its 2016-17 season on Saturday night with a performance of Mozart's "The Abduction from the Seraglio" at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Three performances remain in this production's run, on October 11, 14 and 16.

Mozart’s Sister – “Eternally Girl (Kane West Remix)”

This week, Mozart’s Sister will put out a new tape featuring “Eternally Girl” and “Angel,” two massive and beguiling pop tracks that demonstrate a huge leap from her 2014 debut, Being. Also included on the release is a remix of “Eternally Girl” by Kane West (aka Gus Lobban, also of Kero Kero Bonito), and he […]

Made homeless by hurricane? Come see some Mozart

It’s a lovely human gesture. Atlanta Opera are offering free seats to The Abduction from the Seraglio to anyone blown out of house and home by Hurricane Matthew. So far, it says, seven couples have accepted. Which is even lovelier. But I can’t help wondering if opera is the first place I’d go if I’d been caught […]

Review: ASO takes bold approach with Shostakovich; pianist Muzijevic glides through Mozart

On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Robert Spano, performed a concert of music by Adams, Mozart and Shostakovich with pianist Pedja Muzijevic as guest soloist. The concert will be repeated Friday night in the small but acoustically amiable 350-seat concert hall at Reinhardt University’s Falany Performing Arts...

The world’s least flexible ensemble

Here’s what we find attached to the incredibly detailed contract of The MozArt Group:   Dear partners, promoters, colleagues, This technical rider is the most important tool for all MozART group shows and productions. The MozART group is a string quartet with a respectful but very different approach to the so called “classical” music. Therefore […]

Mozart and Haydn’s Beautiful, Selfless Friendship

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

"If I could only impress on the soul of every friend of music, and on high personages in particular, how inimitable are Mozart's works, how profound, how musically intelligent, how extraordinarily sensitive!"

Split at the ‘seems’

2 weeks agoArts : Parterre Box

"Elvira, for whom Mozart reserved his gentlest, most compassionate music..."

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We spent the night at Salzburg, and in the morning we had time to visit the house where Mozart was born, and look at his little spinet, which has keys that are brown and white instead of white and black. There the boy sat, pleased by...Show More Summary

Cello Unwrapped: truly madly deeply

Sheku Kanneh-Mason For its annual year long Unwrapped festivals, Kings Place has explored Brahms, Mozart, Baroque music and Minimalism; this latter was recognised at the 2016 Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards, winning the Concert Series and Festivals category. Show More Summary

A Talented Musician Taps Out a Tune With Ping Pong Ball and Paddle While Playing Violin

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

In a hilarious sketch by the very talented MozArt Group, an intrepid musician successfully tapped out a very familiar tune with a ping-pong ball and paddle while plucking said tune on violin, humming aloud and standing on one foot while the rest of quartet played solemnly along. Each musician in the quartet is classically trained […]

Mozart In The Jungle’s Hannah Dunne Will Joust With Molly Ringwald in ‘Terms Of Endearment’

EXCLUSIVE: Hannah Dunne (Lola Kirke’s hipster pal in Mozart in the Jungle) will take the stage in her New York debut  opposite Molly Ringwald in Terms Of Endearment. Dan Gordon’s adaptation of James L. Brooks’ screenplay based on the Larry McMurtry novel is slated to begin performances at off-Broadway’s 59E59 Theatres later this month. Show More Summary

Sir Neville Marriner: The indispensable recordings

1 Mozart piano concert 27, K595 (Brendel) 2 Vivaldi Four Seasons, 1958 L’Oiseau Lyre 3 Elgar: Enigma Variations, with Sospiri 4 Barber Adagio 5 Mozart Requiem 6 Cosi fan tutte 7 Handel Messiah 8 Rossini: Messe solonelle 9 Schumann symphonies (SWR Stuttgart) 10 Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue (Philharmonia)  

Mozartian Hollywood noir: Don Giovanni at English National Opera

English National Opera - Don Giovanni - Christopher Purves (c) Robert Workman Mozart Don Giovanni; Christopher Purves, Clive Bayley, James Crewell, Caitlin Lynch, Christine Rice, Allan Clayton, Mary Bevan, Nicholas Crawley, dir: Richard...Show More Summary

How the quest was won

3 weeks agoArts : Parterre Box

On this day in 1791 Mozart's Die Zauberflöte premiered in Vienna.

Mozartian fragment: Zaide from Classical Opera

Mozart Zaide; Sophie Bevan, Allan Clayton, Jacques Imbrailo, Darren Jeffery, Stuart Jackson, Classical Opera, Ian Page Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Sep 20 2016 Star rating: 4.5 A fine performance shows what sophisticated music thereShow More Summary

Reissuing the Voyager Golden Record, NASA’s Quixotic Message to the Stars

3 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Louis Armstrong performing "Melancholy Blues," Mozart's Queen of the Night aria, and panpipes from Peru are etched among the cacophony of Earth sounds on the gold-plated records attached to Voyager 1 and 2.

Losing heart

3 weeks agoArts : Night and Day

The subtitle for Mozart’s Così fan tutte may be ‘The School For Lovers’, but it’s as a school for directors… The post Losing heart appeared first on The Spectator.

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