15 Apr 2011
Inside the Classics
Amid the latest gut-punching barrage of bad news for those of us who make our livings in the arts, I’m trying to stay focused and get some work done this morning on the relatively trifling matter of our next Inside the Classics concert , wh...
3 Jan 2011
Kenneth Woods – conductor
Next up in our 2010 Repertoire Report listings is one of the top youth orchestra conductors in the United States, Troy Peters . Troy brought the Vermont Youth Orchestra to national acclaim during his tenure there, and has had his ensembles play a...
23 Oct 2010
Classical Music Discoveries
This week we are very delighted to bring to you music performed by concert pianist Elizabeth Wolff. Pianist ELIZABETH WOLFF has developed a large following both as a chamber musician and as a soloist. She has collaborated with such noted stri...
21 Jun 2010
Interchanging Idioms
New Ballet Set to Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Violin Concerto and Choreographed by Peter Martins Hailed by the New York Times as an “ambitious festival of modern music,” the “Architecture of Dance” festival has brought new music and architecture to the...
20 Jun 2010
21C Media Group
Hailed by the New York Times as an "ambitious festival of modern music," the "Architecture of Dance" festival has brought new music and architecture to the forefront of dance this spring.  Following world premieres of three new scores by Thierr...
13 Jun 2010
Letter V
Modern and contemporary works may rub listeners the wrong way in concerts, but they thrive in dance programs, as The New York Times' Anthony Tommasini notes in surveying the repertory – featuring scores of Esa-Pekka Salonen, Thomas Adès, Jay Gree...
19 May 2010
Opera Chic
On June 5, “Call Me Ben”, music by Jay Greenberg, coreography by Melissa Barak, will open at Lincoln Center’s David...
13 May 2010
Interchanging Idioms
As part of New York City Ballet’s “Architecture of Dance – New Choreography and Music Festival” On Thursday, April 29, New York City Ballet opened its 2010 spring season with the inaugural performance of the “Architecture of Dance – New Cho...
10 Apr 2010
Interchanging Idioms
“Architecture of Dance” Celebrates NYCB’s Extraordinary Commitment to New Works, with Commissioned Scores from Thierry Escaich, Jay Greenberg, Bruno Moretti, and Esa-Pekka Salonen; Seven World Premiere Ballets; and Original Designs by Preeminent A...
8 Apr 2010
21C Media Group
As the centerpiece of its 2010 spring season, New York City Ballet presents " Architecture of Dance -- New Choreography and Music Festival."   To celebrate the company's long tradition of commissioning new music, which dates back to George Balan...
12 Dec 2009
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Everyone loves a prodigy.  Mozart’s music is sublime, but would we find it quite so sublime if it were not accompanied by Mozart’s mythology: that the musical genius who could never land an actual job as a court musician, the brilliant playboy w...
28 Nov 2006
sonybmg masterworks
Jay Greenberg will be on NPR''s Performance Today this Wednesday, November 15, as part of their "Young Musicians" series. For information on station and times please go to
7 Aug 2006
sonybmg masterworks
Jay Greenberg's debut release, Symphony #5 - Quintet for Strings, will be available in stores and for download on August 15th. To preview this album click here  to view his mediaplayer. Born in 1991 in New Haven, Connecticut, he began playin...
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