homepage top posts

In Tune > Arts > The Landscape of The Provence - Inspiration to Writers, Artists And Musicians
by Ursula Rehn Wolfman | July 15th, 2017

standard The Landscape of The Provence
Inspiration to Writers, Artists And Musicians

landscape of the provence july 15 homepage

On a recent trip through the Provence in France, through fields of lavender, sunflowers, vineyards and olive trees, I was reminded of the importance of landscapes, and that of the Provence in particular, as inspiration for many artists, including Frédéric [...] more >>

Composers > Inspiration > Muses and Musings - Salon Pauline Viardot
by Georg Predota | July 8th, 2017

standard Muses and Musings
Salon Pauline Viardot

salon pauline viardot july 15 homepage

Pauline Viardot (1821-1910) was one of the most celebrated mezzo-sopranos of her time! During a remarkable career spanning almost a quarter of a century, she performed on the most prestigious stages around the world, and her distinguished interpretations decisively shaped [...] more >>

In Tune > Society > Classical Movements I - “Moving the Music; Changing the World”
by Janet Horvath | July 1st, 2017

standard Classical Movements I
“Moving the Music; Changing the World”

classical movements july 15 homepage

Have you ever wondered how entire orchestras and their staff are seamlessly moved from country to country when they are on tour? Neeta Helms and Classical Movements are the behind-the-scenes wizards who organize 55-70 symphony and choral tours each year. [...] more >>