Dr. Macey shares with WXXI's Brenda Tremblay how he solved a 16th Century brainteaser.
In June, BBC’s Radio 3 polled listeners on their favorite aria. If you’re into opera, you might guess Puccini’s “Nessun Dorma” or "Un bel di” soared to the top of the list, or maybe “La donna e mobile” from Verdi’s Rigoletto. But the winner surprised everyone; it was a three-century old song from a relatively obscure opera by Henry Purcell. Officially, England’s most
I guess we owe some kind of grudging debt to the underhanded business manager that stole Leonard Cohen’s money a few years back. That betrayal plucked the songwriter from his Buddhist retreat on Mount Baldy and sent him back out on the road to refill the coffers. A lot of people have had a lot of pleasure in a lot of concert halls because of what that guy did. Leonard’s one of them, actually.
Conductor Pierre Boulez and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra present Mahler’s 7th.
Join us for the part 3 of 3 as Michael Feinstein revives the energetic music of the 20's and 30's.