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Classical music Q&A: The Madison Area Youth Chamber Orchestra performs tonight even as founder and conductor Mikko Utevsky forges ties to several other local groups to ensure MAYCO’s future after he departs.

By Jacob Stockinger The Ear doesn’t normally run two posts on the same event in the same week or close to each other. But it is a slow week in summer. More to the point, I got a very intriguing response to my Q&A request from Mikko Utevsky, the ...

Yesterday   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: Vocal music, piano music and violin music of Norway – especially by Edvard Grieg — and other Scandinavian music will be explored and performed for FREE at Taliesin in Spring Green on Monday, July 14.

By Jacob Stockinger The Ear’s loyal friend and good source Kent Mayfield, who brings classical music to rural areas of southwest and south-central Wisconsin, writes: “Music for a Summer Evening” — the annual series of concerts ...

July 9   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: The Madison Area Youth Chamber Music Orchestra (MAYCO) performs music of Haydn and Mendelssohn plus a world premiere of a work by Madison composer Olivia Zeuske this Friday night at the First Unitarian Society.

By Jacob Stockinger Few young musicians, or older ones for that matter, lead a busier schedule than the young University of Wisconsin-Madison violist and conductor Mikko Rankin Utevsky (below). Recently returned from a stay in Europe, Utevsky will ...

July 8   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: The weeklong Madison Early Music Festival starts Saturday. It turns 15, puts early Italian music in the spotlight and adds FREE noontime lectures while enhancing the second annual Handel Aria smack-down and using new venues. Part 2 of 2.

By Jacob Stockinger Can it really be 15 years already? The Madison Early Music Festival began as a dream and an experiment. But it has endured, survived and prospered. This summer it marks its 15th anniversary with a focus on Italian music from 1300 ...

July 7   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: The weeklong Madison Early Music Festival gets more national attention as it marks 15 years. The festival kicks off on Saturday and focuses on Italian early music and art from 1300 to 1600. Part 1 of 2.

By Jacob Stockinger Can it really be 15 years already? The Madison Early Music Festival began as a dream and an experiment. But it has endured, survived and prospered. This summer it marks its 15th anniversary with a focus on Italian music from 1300 ...

July 6   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: Van Cliburn biopic is in the works with young star Ansel Elgort to play the late, great American pianist. Plus, Madison maestro John DeMain remembers opera maestro Julius Rudel.

By Jacob Stockinger The Ear sees that something for both the eyes and the eyes is coming down the pike. Hollywood sources have confirmed that a biographical film –- yes, a biopic -– about the American pianist Van Cliburn (below) , who died ...

July 5   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: More World Cup soccer this weekend means more music by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Here is installment No. 3.

By Jacob Stockinger It is the second-to-last weekend for the FIFA World Cup of soccer -– or football, as the rest of the world calls the sport –- in Brazil, especially now that Brazil has survived by defeating Colombia and that Germany ...

July 4   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: Oh say, Can You See Common Sense? On Independence Day -– the Fourth of July -– let us recall how the national anthem “The Star-Spangled Banner” has evolved. Standards of social justice and definitions of independence should also do so.

By Jacob Stockinger Today –- July 4, 2014 — is Independence Day in the United States . We will celebrate with food, drink and fireworks as well as parades and social events. But make no mistake: Our celebrations have changed, ...

July 3   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: The Ear travels to many places and hears much exciting music, thanks to the closing chamber music concerts by the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society. Now he can’t wait to find out about next season and then the 25th anniversary season the following summer.

By Jacob Stockinger It has been a good summer for the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society. Make that a GREAT summer. It was all to mark its 23rd annual season, and mark it they did, in high style. Thanks to BDDS, I wandered far and wide without ever ...

July 2   -  The Well-Tempered Ear

Classical music: Longtime New York Philharmonic concertmaster Glenn Dicterow retires to teach. The Ear remembers him from TV and sees why the media jumped on his leaving.

By Jacob Stockinger I have seen him live in concert and in person only once. But over decades I have seen him many times in The New York Times and especially on PBS, particularly on “Live from Lincoln Center” and, if I recall correctly, ...
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