Dana Zemtsov

Ever saw a violist play so intense that you literally see the friction cause smoke to emanate from the strings? Well new Channel Classics artists Dana Zemtsov does just that as she plays Michael Kugel’s Prelude – Ysaye as she … [Read More]

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kpop classical music video

Who would have ever thought you could mix K-pop dance routines to Dvořák? Well thanks to the wonderful people at Belgium’s B-Classic music festival, we now know what such a mashup would look like.

Dance group Waveya put on their … [Read More]

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Jennifer koh two x four

One of the most versatile American violinists in the field today, Jennifer Koh is set to make new ground with her upcoming album Two x Four, out at the end of this month from Cedille Records.

Jennifer Koh will … [Read More]

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inside of a violin

If you ever wondered what a real life shire out of LOTR would look like, look no further than the inside of a violin. To help promote the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Mona Sibai and Björn Ewers came up with the … [Read More]

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two violins
Honestly it’s bit hard to believe there’s not really a whole string section playing somewhere in the back because violinists Greg Ewer and Adam LaMotte sound HUGE on their new album of music by Jean-Marie Leclair.

A recording that combines … [Read More]
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on in love

To promote the upcoming classical fusion album On In Love, from the team up of Shudder To Think frontman Craig Wedren and composer Jefferson Friedman, along with the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (A.C.M.E.), a new series of abstract gifs … [Read More]

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Anne Chris Baker

A simple abstract video from photographer Nynke Venema helped us discover one of the most vivid ambient pieces of the year so far.

Dutch musician Anne Chris Bakker’s “Norge Svømmer” off his latest album Reminiscences is as fluid as the … [Read More]

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salut salon

Classical quartet Salut Salon shows everyone that a classical performance doesn’t have to be stagnant. Becoming the latest viral movement on Youtube, their “rousing” performance of Vivaldi’s ‘Summer’, Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K. 545 and Kurt Weill’s cabaret classic … [Read More]

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On A Human Scale

In a city of a gazillions nutjobs, you gotta believe you’ll hear a few interesting voices here and there. Now imagine you can turn every voice in NYC into one giant instrument, and you’d be surprised how harmonious they can … [Read More]

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cameron carpenter the birth

Since March and up until the beginning of May, the LA Phil may perhaps be the place to be if you love minimalist-styled music. With performances already done by Kraftwerk and Katia and Marielle Labèque, the best is still yet … [Read More]

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