The theme that runs through the three stories in “I’m with the Maestro” is passion. Passion can excite and corrupt people. It can compel them to do powerful things and it can also drive them to madness. For the characters in Mozart in...Show More Summary
“You Have Insulted Tchaikovsky” is the best episode of Mozart in the Jungle so far for many reasons: It combines its low-stakes, observational approach with a simple episodic plot, it focuses on the thematic thrust of the series, and it’s a great showcase for most everyone in the ensemble. Show More Summary
“Silent Symphony” does a good job of getting back to fundamentals. It illustrates how easy it is to lose sight of artistic beauty when art is your day job, and how a brief moment can remind you why art is so important in the first place. Show More Summary
Two days before Christmas Amazon gave the world an early present: the new comedy Mozart in the Jungle. All 10 episodes of the show's first season are available for streaming on Amazon, and if you're looking for a fun little TV snack, this is a great show to binge on.
Mozart in the Jungle proves Amazon can deliver a commercial hit webseries.
After the success of original series’ such as House of Cards, Orange Is the New Black, and Transparent, streaming services now offer a legitimate alternative to television creative who wish to avoid the restrictions of network and cable television. Show More Summary
The biggest question I had while watching the first seven episodes of Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle was whether it would just continue to be a pretty and entertaining light comedy or would it become something much more, something better and deeper, after the final three episodes. Show More Summary
Children who play the violin or study piano could be learning more than just Mozart, finds a child psychiatry team. They say that musical training might also help kids focus their attention, control their emotions and diminish their anxiety. read more
Gael Garcia Bernal and Malcolm McDowell square off delightfully in Amazon's newest series, Mozart in the Jungle, featuring the two as different generations of conductors for a troubled New York orchestra. As I say in my video reviewShow More Summary
Television provides the unique opportunity for viewers to peak behind the curtains of a world they’d usually never get a chance to see. Sometimes this is a world of danger and intrigue—mob life in The Sopranos, the meth trade in Breaking...Show More Summary
The film vet reveals classical music's racy side for Amazon Studios' "Mozart in the Jungle." Here, he talks creativity and online freedom. Roman Coppola is out of his element. Read Full Story
Can you hear the hair?
All that follows the first several paragraphs of this review will constitute an endorsement, so I encourage you to keep reading past the negative opening remarks, as I would encourage you to keep watching "Mozart in the Jungle," whose first season begins Tuesday on Amazon, past its so-so,...
Gael Garcia Bernal leads the sexiest symphony ever in Amazon’s original series ‘Mozart in the Jungle,’ a ‘Girls’ meets ‘Amadeus’ which exposes the seedy underbelly of classical music.
Nine More Episodes Of MOZART IN THE JUNGLE Dump Onto Amazon!! New GIRLFRIEND’S, BAD GIRLS, LITTLE COUPLE, PIZZA MASTERS, MURDER BOOK & TATTOO NIGHTMARES!! THE SISTERHOOD Finale!! Herc’s Tuesday TV Talkback!! Read the full article onShow More Summary
They say Mozart had a superb, mischievous sense of humor, which suggests he would have loved “Mozart in the Jungle.”
This week we will enjoy a selection of holiday programming, which pretty much means the regular stuff is taking a break for Christmas movie repeats and bowl games. Amidst all the "you'll shoot your eye out" and unpaid football players, the holiday it...
“Mozart in the Jungle,” the book, was a nonfiction tell-all by an oboist named Blair Tindall that purported to lift the curtain on the world of classical music and show a backstage reality as rife with sex, drugs and venality as — well,...Show More Summary
During Amazon Studios’ second pilot season, there were two clear winners. The first was Transparent, a poignant series that was brilliant and darkly funny from the very first preview episode. The second was Mozart in the Jungle, with its beautiful settings and talented ensemble cast. Show More Summary
The strongest asset at Mozart In The Jungle’s disposal is its setting, a network of performance halls, rehearsal spaces, artists’ lofts, recording studios, dressing rooms, and administrative offices that comprise a viciously competitive, highly incestuous classical musical scene in New York City. Show More Summary