Sounds of the Season
Classical Music

Sounds of the Season

Sunday evening, I attended a delightful concert put on by the Westerville Symphony up at Otterbein in Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center. A new venue for me it allowed for a smaller, more intimate performance setting, perfect for when you’re going to be singing along! (Or in my case, “singing!”) Under the direction … Continue reading

CD Review / World Music

The 442s

Need an hour or so of some original and delightfully eclectic music? Something jazzy, yet a bit folksy? Something with an occasional blue grass sound, yet played by jazz and classically trained musicians? Then I invite you to try The 442s’ new self-titled album. Jazz, for the most part, would probably sum it up best thanks to the playing of … Continue reading

Classical Music

Miloš – Aranjuez

I just listened to the latest album, Aranjuez, by classical guitarist, Miloš Karadaglić. Originally from Montenegro, Miloš as he’s often called, has made quite a name for himself in the world of classical guitar music. This latest album is filled with beautiful and relaxing music inspired by music traditionally played in the region of the … Continue reading

Classical Music

Time for Three (2014)

Time for Three is a self-described “classically trained garage band” that originally got its start at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia when three guys just started playing their instruments together for kicks. The story that’s often told is how a couple of them were playing with the Philadelphia Orchestra when a lightning strike … Continue reading