#Classical Music


isomonstrosity are here to explode classical music orthodoxy

Three years ago, Yuga Cohler and Yohan Lenox were preparing their most ambitious project yet. The two friends had spent most of their young careers trying to bridge the gap between pop and classical music, collaborating on the Kanye West/Beethoven live mashup project Yeethoven, and then an “orchestral exploration of K-pop” that brought in Lincoln Center’s youngest ever crowd. Now, Cohler and Lenox had been introduced to a formidable new collaborator, the composer Ellen Reid, and they were proposing something riskier, offering pop and avant-garde musicians the opportunity to write orchestral music for the first time. They’d made contact with James Blake, FKA Twigs, and JPEGMAFIA, artists who, Lenox says, make “pretty out-there music.” If a younger audience for orchestral music existed today, they figured, it could probably be found in those artists’ fanbases.
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On All Classical’s “Noteworthy,” Lynnsay Maynard Reveals Hidden Links Between Books and Music

Some people, like All Classical Portland host Lynnsay Maynard, are simply born with a passion for reading and books. “My parents have always joked that I would bring hardback books into my crib with me instead of dolls,” Maynard says, laughing. “But honestly, [reading] is one of the biggest loves of my life.” And she has carried that interest in the written word with her at All Classical, the internationally recognized radio station where she can be heard regularly in the wee hours of weekday mornings from 2 to 6.
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Pasadena Showcase House Welcomes Its 2022-23 President

First published in the Nov. 17 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook. Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts recently announced that Vikki Sung has been named president of the organization for the 2022-23 year. Sung has been an active member of Pasadena Showcase since 2012, and she was the first...

Music News: Relaunched Orpheus Records Reissues Classical and Early Music Albums from Its Historic Catalog

When I was growing up, my parents belonged to the Musical Heritage Society, a sort of book-of-the-month club for classical music recordings. There was a quaint-looking printed catalog, and I think it was once a month or so that we ordered a new cassette tape with new baroque and classical music treasures. I first experienced the music of many composers through what was inside those little clear-plastic boxes.

6 Fascinating Health Benefits Of Music

Have you ever wondered why you feel energized, at peace, motivated, or relaxed when listening to a particular song? Most people are born knowing the significant difference between noise and music. However, the human brain has different pathways for processing unique music, especially in processing tempo, rhythm, pitch, and melody. That is why music is ...

The Concert Truck is rolling into Oak Cliff this week

Community concerts on wheels will take place in two Oak Cliff locations this week. The performances will be part of a Dallas-wide tour of The Concert Truck, a mobile music venue. This is the third holiday season that the Concert Truck has partnered with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for the shows.

Chamber Collective opens season with ‘American Soul’

The New Canon Chamber Collective will open its inaugural season with a concert at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts’ Amaturo Theater Saturday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. The group is a multicultural collective of local musicians and a nonprofit chamber ensemble dedicated to building community through classical music.


When he’s not creating string flourishes for the likes of Selena Gomez or Shawn Mendes, producer, songwriter, and arranger Johan Lenox has spent his career attempting to bridge the gap between popular and classical music. Before the pandemic, Lenox, conductor Yuga Cohler, and composer Ellen Reid had planned a Lincoln Center concert series featuring classical compositions by pop musicians such as James Blake. As COVID hit, the trio devised a new strategy: a concept record featuring music written by contemporary composers like Bryce Dessner, Wang Lu, and Carlos Simon, performed by the International Contemporary Ensemble, then forwarded to Lenox, Cohler, and Reid for chopping up. The idea was to make a contemporary classical record in the piecemeal style of a rap mixtape, recruiting guest vocalists including Danny Brown and Empress Of for a collision of voices and genres that would explore loneliness in pandemic times. Despite the conceptual potential and considerable talent involved, the execution is oddly narrow-minded, and Isomonstrosity ends up both tasteful and weirdly frustrating.

Coronado Philharmonia: Holiday Concert In Coronado

2021 saw the birth of the Coronado Philharmonia with its July 4th premier concert. The all-volunteer but mostly professional musicians formed with 18 members. Under the direction and energetic passion of former CoSA music director Osvaldo Mendoza, the group performed two concerts that year. His five years with CoSa had allowed him to meet a cadre of excellent musicians who spread the word about forming the orchestra. Professionals from other San Diego areas signed on. “Everybody was volunteering, and they trusted us, and we didn’t know what to expect.”

Newswire | Holiday Celebration at Bourgie Hall

This page is also available in / Cette page est également disponible en:. Montreal, Tuesday November 22, 2022 – Faithful to tradition, Bourgie Hall offers again this year a rich and varied program that is sure to delight music lovers this Holiday season. Jazz, classical music, Christmas songs old and new, family concerts… everything is in place for audiences to enjoy the spirit of end-of-year celebrations with music.

Classical Music A Fine Selection With Mozart Bach Beethoven Vivaldi Grieg Strauss And Many Others

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Beatrice Rana inaugurates the Tuscia Festival

A new widespread music festival is born in the Etruscan heart of Italy: a collaboration between municipalities to discover the masterpieces of Tuscia together with the great names of classical music. The Tuscia Festival makes its debut, from an idea by Vittorio Sgarbi, undersecretary for culture, and the pianist Massimo Spada. From 3 to 8 December, the province of Viterbo will become the stage for an event that will see international stars on stage in some of the most fascinating places in the region.

“Chant Rhythm Wars” • History Matters

M  previous installments of our series. FAMOUS LATIN AXIOM asserts, de gustibus non disputandum est: “in matters of taste, there can be no disputes”; colloquially, “there’s no accounting for taste.” Once we have moved into the realm of the subjective based on personal preferences, it indeed becomes more difficult to find common ground. It is obvious to me and nearly everyone else who has seriously studied the evidence that the Solesmes method is largely based on misinterpretation of the tenth-century MSS and does not accurately represent how chant was sung at any period during the Middle Ages, and that chant was sung differently in the twelfth century than in the tenth; here I refer not only to the practice of organum, but to the rhythm itself. In the MSS and in contemporaneous writings, a change from proportional to equal rhythm is evident, which is known to have taken place during the eleventh century. The following points are facts, not opinions:

Roxanna Panufnik, composer

Who or what are the most significant influences on your musical life and career as a composer?. Inevitably and genetically, my composer father Sir Andrzej Panufnik. But also late French Romantic music, world music and anything choral, particularly faith-based!. What have been the greatest challenges of your career so far?

UK producer Lil Silva on finally making a debut album, 12 years into his career

Not many artists release their debut album 12 years into their career. Then again, not many artists have spent many of those years collaborating with the likes of Sampha and Banks, or co-producing for Adele — not to mention all the while making a name for themselves as an artist in their own right.

Condenser Mics vs. Dynamic Mics – Choose the Best One

(Last Updated On: November 30, 2022) BecomeSingers is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn More. Are you in the market for a new microphone and need help deciding whether to choose a condenser or a dynamic mic? Or perhaps you’re just wondering how these two types of microphones differ from one another and why. In either scenario, we’re here to assist you by providing all the necessary information and answering all your questions.