The visiting maestro talks about reaching new listeners and growing up as the son of legendary violinist Isaac Stern.
Music and Arts
No baton necessary: A legendary conductor leads an orchestra using winks, smiles and nods.
He was a maestro with panache, and left a big impression on Colorado audiences in the 1970s.
A beautifully made instrument is a work of art. But even a priceless violin can't produce a sweet sound if the horsehair on the bow isn't well crafted.
The week at a glance for April 21-28.
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Charley Samson on why Copland's classic is worth a listen on April 15.
The award goes to "a haunting orchestral work that suggests a relentless tidal surge."
The French countertenor performs a stunning rendition of “To Chloris.”
The week at a glance for April 14-21.