With over 400 years of history behind the orchestra, arts administrator Aubrey Bergauer is looking to the future. She’ll be at Vanderbilt Blair School of Music next week to discuss the 21st-century solutions she’s been applying to audience building.
Banjo. Lavta. Tamborello. Already a collection of instruments that don’t seem to go together at first glance. But Rhiannon Giddens wants you to know that they do. And as she says, “that’s the point of the whole thing.”
Each day on 91Classical, amid the variety of the day’s playlist, we offer a handful of featured selections at set times:
It was by a stroke of chance that Giancarlo Guerrero found himself in charge of an orchestra almost 5,000 miles away from his home in Nashville.
Much ado is made about the birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart every year by Mozart in Nashville in their annual concert. This year they brought a quartet by the classical composer on a different birthday: that of Ludwig Ritter von Köchel, the man who cataloged Mozart’s music.