In performance, men’s concert attire included tails and tuxedos; women adopted a dress code of all black concert clothing. Until now.
Violinmaker Francis Kuttner, builder of the acclaimed Ellen M. Egger quartet of instruments passed away June 2, 2023
Rocketing up to $10,000 within 24 hours, the instrument was sold to the final bidder for $26,259
Cellist Laura Metcalf’s Sunday-Morning Musical Series ‘Gather’ Showcases Talent and Diversity of NYC Scene
Metcalf’s current project is a Sunday-morning concert series called GatherNYC at the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle, the heart of Manhattan.
Beginning in September 2023, Julianne Lee will take up her new role as violist of the Dover Quartet.
Post-Covid Audio Trends: Apple’s Classical Music App, Listening on Speakers, and a List of Demo Discs
An update on Apple's classical music streaming service, plus trends in home audio gear
Hauser, half of the duo 2Cellos, recently released a cello and orchestra arrangement of the overture of The Phantom of the Opera.
From the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center to Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, and beyond, here are some family-friendly string music events in New York City.
Violinist Tracy Silverman has an engaging and electrifying personality both onstage and in conversation, as demonstrated in his string-themed podcast For the Greater Groove: The Future of Strings.
Whether you're an adult amateur looking to have some fun or a string player with more professional aspirations, here's how to make the most of adult chamber music camp.