Monday, June 17, 2019

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10 Dinner Party Facts about Tchaikovsky

From the Nutcracker to the 6th Symphony, Tchaikovsky gave us some of the world's most beautiful music. But his was far from a charmed life...

#TBT: Van Cliburn wins the Inaugural Tchaikovsky Competition in 1958!

In honor of what would have been Van Cliburn's 88th birthday today, let's look back at the moment he shot to international fame 60...

This Week in Music History: Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony premieres (1888)

Early critics of Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony reacted differently to the different movements, but the finale repeatedly came in for criticism. Tchaikovsky even started to believe some of the more negative assessments himself: “I concluded that this symphony is unsuccessful,” he wrote after conducting it in Prague. “There is something repulsive about it.”


10 Dinner Party Facts about “Der Chef” Herbert von Karajan

"Der Chef's" legend lives on through his unprecedented video legacy. But how much do we know about the conductor behind the camera? Here are 10 fun facts.

Top Conductors: Stick it to the Woman

“Honored to be the first, but shocked that we can be in this year, in this century, and there can still be...

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