In its new release, Boston Baroque performs Biber's 'Mystery Sonatas.' Concertmaster Christina Day Martinson and conductor Martin Pearlman share their thoughts on the works. Enter to win the new release!
Join the new Facebook group My PT, a supportive and welcoming place for classical musicians of all abilities to see and hear what others are practicing. Each week, we post a new musical theme and ask group members to post a video of themselves playing a related piece. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a work in progress, we'd love to hear you play!
Take a break from the heavy stuff. Listen to our new Pops stream. Pops features the lighter side of classical music, from movie themes to modern favorites to crossover hits. If it feels at home on the stages of Boston or the Hollywood Bowl, you’ll hear it on Pops.
We are happy to announce the launch of the Daily Download newsletter! Now you never have to miss a single free MP3 of a handpicked classical work. Subscribers also will receive a link to enter our weekly giveaway for a new classical CD.
It sounds like the set-up for a great punch line. Three composers walk into a restaurant: Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland and Michael Tilson Thomas. The first course is challenging musical trivia. The next course involves clanging spoons and glasses. Michael Tilson Thomas describes a memorable dinner with two other American composers.
We all have our favorite pieces of classical music, favorite composers, and musical moments we'll never forget. Have you ever wanted to share those moments with other classical music lovers? Well, here's your chance!