Preview article by Betsy Schwarm Fresh, new music – timeless hopes and dreams – a community gathered together to raise its voice in song: surely, those are some of the […]
A preview by Betsy Schwarm Most of those who are emotionally invested in the performing arts can remember the day the music died. No, not that 1959 plane crash memorialized […]
A preview by By Marc Shulgold For Leah Peer, breaking from the Colorado Hebrew Chorale in 2013 to form a subsidiary women’s chorus was hardly an act of defiance. Instead, […]
Preview by Betsy Schwarm Music has often set out to support and promote social causes. Even before recent and current pop stars began undertaking such endeavors, Bedřich Smetana was speaking up […]
A review by Robin McNeil Wednesday evening, May 21, I attended a performance by Kol Nashim, which is the women’s choir of the Colorado Hebrew Chorale. Kol Nashim is translated […]
A preview by Kelly Dean Hansen Violinist Vadim Gluzman has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras. The Ukrainian-born Israeli...
by Anne Di Candido Griffin, reprinted with kind permission from January “Andiamo” magazine Simone Spadino Pippa, a twenty-two-year-old concert...