We are so honored to be featured in American Way Magazine this month! Many thanks to Renee Brincks for writing the article. And if you’re curious about Mozart Does Stuff, here it is.
There is a lot of discussion flying around the internet over the past few days regarding how we access recorded music. It all started with a post on NPR’s All Songs Considered blog about “ripping” music to develop one’s music library. As the founder of an organization that exists to expose people to classical music… Continue reading On Buying Music: Just Do It.
Salon97 celebrated the fourth anniversary of our first listening party on Monday, May 28. Big thanks to each and every member of our community from Hometown San Francisco, to New York, to Boston, to all corners of the globe! It has been an absolute pleasure sharing classical music, conversation, and friendship with you over these… Continue reading Thank you for 4 great years!
Many thanks to everyone who joined us for Your Arts Organization = A Start-up Business! Below are my recommended articles to supplement today’s conversation. Whether you could join us or not, these make for excellent reading. Enjoy! What’s an Entrepreneur? The Best Answer Ever. 7 Ways and Why to Treat Your Career Like a Start-up… Continue reading Salon97 @ SXSW
Greetings, lovely folks. Our annual fundraiser is in full swing and we need your help! Here at Salon97 we only fundraise once a year, yet 99% of our events are completely free of charge. Please support the cause and help us keep these gatherings as accessible to all as they are now! Donate today!
Bernard Herrmann: The Composer as Co-Author by Justin Stewart, The L Magazine We know and love him for his scores to many a Hitchcock film, but Bernard Herrmann was so much more than a composer. Opera’s Unsung Pit Heros by Colin Eatock, The Globe and Mail Wherein we get an inside peak at what it’s… Continue reading Salon97 Digest, 30 October 2011
The Longest Serving Orchestra Musician? by Norman Lebrecht, Slipped Disc Sixty-four years. WOW, people. For Liszt, experimentation was a form of greatness. by Anthony Tommasini, NY Times Liszt was completely amazing, both as a performer and a composer. But you knew that, right? What did Beethoven hear when he composed music? by Deb Anderson, The… Continue reading Salon97 Digest, 28 August 2011
Should phones be turned on at classical concerts? by Kevin Berger, LA Times Some say yes, some say no. The yay-sayers want to be able to learn more on what their seeing and hearing instantly. The nay-sayers want the usual concert experience unchanged. Latin musicians sue over the GRAMMYs by Ben Sisario, NY Times The… Continue reading Salon97 Digest, 7 August 2011
To Fill a Gap in Commercial Radio, Classically Trained Apps by Bob Tedeschi, New York Times Cool classical music apps for iPhones and Androids! Do you have a fave? Let us know about it! A Tradition Shattered: Israelis Play Wagner at Bayreuth by Robert Siegel, NPR Music When Israelis play music by anti-Semite Wagner, it’s… Continue reading Salon97 Digest, 31 July 2011
Finding America’s Composers by Rob Deemer, NY Times A fabulous accounting of how one musician’s career morphed from aspirations of being a band teacher to becoming a composer and radio curator — and who he met along the way. Brazil’s Orchestral Crisis by Norman Lebrecht, Slipped Disc Drama, classical style. Conductor who forced many musicians… Continue reading Salon97 Digest, 24 July 2011