Our concert halls remain closed due to COVID-19...but there is good news.
Music in Mid-Ohio on Classical 101 continues to showcase the best of our local concert life.
In September, you can enjoy performances by the Westerverille Symphony, pianists Orlay and Orlando Alonso, The VIVO Music Festival with Siwoo Kim and Anna Polonsky, the Carpe Diem String Quartet, and the Columbus Gay Men's Chorus.
Nothing stops conductor Antoine Clark and his colleagues at the McConnell Arts Center Chamber Orchestra. They've taken to ZOOM with a long neglected Bach "Deptet."
(Okay, the Bach you've heard before....)
Cellist Luis Biava and violinist Ariane Sletner went to an otherwise empty McCoy Center in New Albany to make us a new recording of Beethoven's C Major Duo.
The music never stops on Classical 101. Join us Sunday afternoons at 1 for best of local concerts.
Sundays, 1 PM
We Shall Overcome; Born This Way, Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus
Debussy: Sonata for Violin and Piano, Siwoo Kim, violin; Anna Polonsky, piano
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54, Gavin George, piano; Springfield Symphony conducted by Peter Stafford Wilson
Fujiwara: Montana Suite, Carpe Diem String Quartet
Marquez: Danzon no. 2, Westerville Symphony conducted by Peter Stafford Wilson
Willaert: O magnum mysterium; Gabrieli: Maria Magdalena, Fior Angelico conducted by Matthew Bester
Bach: Violin Concerto 2 in E Major, Siwoo Kim, violin; NY Chamber Players conducted by Dongmin Kim
Runestad: Please Stay, Capital University Choir conducted by Lynda Hasseler
Courtney: Father of Light, Capital University Chordsmen conducted by Craig Courtney
Beethoven: Duo in C Major, Ariane Sletner, violin; Luis Biava, cello
Bach: “Deptet” Brandenburg Concerto No. 3: First movement, Antoine Clark and MACCO
Malaguena; Para Ti; El Mansiero, The Alonso Brothers
Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals, New Albany Symphony conducted by Luis Biava
Scarecrow; Let the River Run, Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus; Capital Pride Band
Elsewhere on this blog please enjoy Music in Mid-Ohio on line features. We'll be adding new ones.