In this week’s playlist, we feature the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra in honor of their upcoming performance at The Palladium on Friday, February 23rd, at 8 PM. The orchestra has won praise from audiences throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. Since 2017, Nayden Todorov has served as its general director.
Author: Salvador Perez Lopez
In this week’s playlist, we feature Eugene O’Brien Bicentennial Executive Associate Dean, professor of music in euphonium, and chair of the Brass Department at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Demondrae Thurman.
This month’s playlist features composer and renowned trumpet player, Terence Blanchard! He is unique in the jazz world as an artist whose creative endeavors go far beyond the genre into film scoring, crafting television series soundscapes and conceiving grand operas that have been recognized at the highest levels of art appreciation.
In this week’s playlist, we feature the Faculty Quartet-in-Residence at Indiana University South Bend, the Euclid Quartet in honor of their newly released album, Breve. This features short quartet works, made possible by the IU Presidential Arts & Humanities Production Grant.
Through his operas, his symphonies, his compositions for his own ensemble, and his wide-ranging collaborations with artists ranging from Twyla Tharp to Allen Ginsberg, Leonard Cohen to David Bowie, Philip Glass has had an extraordinary and unprecedented impact upon the musical and intellectual life of his times.
In this week’s playlist, we feature performances by clarinetist, Anthony McGill, in honor of his upcoming performances with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on January 19th and 20th. In 2020, he was awarded the Avery Fisher Prize, one of classical music’s most significant awards given in recognition of soloists who represent the highest level of musical excellence.
In this week’s playlist, we feature multi-award-winning Belize-born British composer and performer, Errollyn Wallen. She was awarded an MBE in 2007 in the Queen’s Birthday Honours and a CBE in 2020 in the New Year Honours, for services to music.
To wrap up the 2023 year and as the Holidays are approaching, we bring you this special playlist “Home for the Holidays” to celebrate.
Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor, Eric Whitacre, is among today’s most popular musicians. His works are programmed worldwide and his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united 100,000 singers from more than 145 countries.
In this week’s playlist, we feature the music of Han Lash. They are associate professor of music in composition at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Their piece, “Forestallings,” a musical response to Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 in D Major, was premiered by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
In this week’s playlist, we feature composer, James Stephenson. He came late to his full-time composing career, having performed 17 seasons as a trumpeter in the Naples Philharmonic in Florida. As such, the composer is largely self-taught, making his voice truly individual and his life’s work all the more remarkable.
In this week’s playlist, we feature recordings by the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra. You’ll hear host, Salvador, speak with Thomas Gerber a founder of, and the keyboardist at Indy Baroque
In this week’s playlist, we feature Navajo pianist and composer Connor Chee in honor of National American Indian Heritage Month. Chee made his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 12 after winning a gold medal in the World Piano Competition.
This week we feature composer Three-time Grammy-nominated American composer Miguel del Águila. His piece “Concierto Con Brio” will be performed with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra on Saturday, November 18th as the Indiana consortium premiere.
his week’s playlist features Peruvian-born award-winning composer Jimmy López Bellido. An “undeniably exciting composer” (Opera News), with “a brilliant command of orchestral timbres and textures” (Dallas Morning News) and “a virtuoso mastery of the modern orchestra” (The New Yorker).