Classical Music

MACCO Concert

Earlier this month, a new-to-Columbus chamber orchestra, the McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Antoine Clark, performed a free outdoor concert at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington, Ohio. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to attend in person, but I was lucky enough to be able to listen to part of their performance thanks … Continue reading

Classical Music

Passport Austria – Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

Willkommen in Österreich! Welcome to Austria – home of great skiing, Lippizaner Stallions, and a huge variety of music which is so diverse, from yodeling (yes, I like “The Lonely Goatherd,” too!) to Alpine Punk to Death Metal (Belphegor, anyone?) to the Vienna Boys Choir (which sings on Sundays at the Habsburg Palace) to the Vienna Philharmonic. … Continue reading

Classical Music

The Show Must Go On

Last weekend for the first time since moving to Ohio, I had the pleasure of seeing a performance  by the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra. Originally on the program were a handful of pieces ranging from Mozart to Mendelssohn: Mozart’s Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, K. 183; Klein’s Partita for Strings; Mysliveček’s Octet (parthia) for Winds … Continue reading