- Miró Quartet's Transcendence Out Today
- Marin Alsop named director of graduate conducting at Peabody Institute
- Norman Lebrecht Album of the Week
- San Francisco Symphony/Tilson Thomas Review- Jeremy Denk is all fists on the piano... in a good way
- Prom 60: Magical Cowell and fussy Mahler from the San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas
Avi Avital, Alexandre Tharaud, Emmanuel Pahud, David Orlowsky, Bryan Hymel
- Congratulations to our 2015 Echo Klassik Winners
- Owning My Age
- Daniil Trifonov's 'Rachmaninov Variations' Out August 28, 2015
- Prom Chamber Music 6: Jeremy Denk/Prom 53: Fray, Philharmonia, Salonen
The Arts Desk
- Pacific Symphony plays live, and lively, 'Star Trek'
On September 1st, in celebration of their 20th year, the highly acclaimed, internationally touring Miró Quartet is parting ways with their record label and taking the reins of their musical career with a unique move that will give people everywhere an opportunity to experience their music for free.
Throughout September, the quartet will offer downloads their latest release, Transcendence, a recording of Franz Schubert’s masterwork String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887– at no cost to the public along with free streaming of their Emmy-award winning documentary about the project—directly from their new website. But they are not stopping there.... »
Alsop, music director of both the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Sa~o Paulo Symphony Orchestra, is recognized for her deep commitment to education and her gift for communicating with and building audiences. She first joined the Peabody conducting faculty in 2006 as a Distinguished Visiting Artist.