Ian Fisher’s prolific songwriting, described as “half Americana and half Abbey Road-worthy pop” by Rolling Stone, carries the hallmarks of a journeyman, a critical thinker, a 70’s music aficionado and most of all a veteran entertainer. Versatile but consistent in his influences, Fisher stands apart as hauntingly genuine, amidst even…

Based on the refreshing premise that sibling rivalry is overrated, Marie-Luise and Christoph Dingler’s duo The Twiolins is an emotionally nuanced and energetic project at the peak of today’s progressive classic music scene. The Manheim-based violinists have performed as soloists with numerous orchestras such as the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra…

Today is Day 4 of the countdown to our re-opening and what better city to discover than Vienna, the home city of great composers including Mozart and Schubert. We love this city also for its many museums and monuments and of course iconic music venues such as the Musikverein and…

At age 29, cellist Alisa Weilerstein was awarded a MacArthur Foundation “genius grant” to take cello music to new heights. Although the award came to her as a surprise, Weilerstein, was well deserving of the accolade. Her phenomenal talent for interpreting compositions from the sixteenth century to modern times has…

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