September 19, 2018

Rick Schultz

How does a nice Jewish boy from the San Francisco Bay Area end up in Louisville, Ky.? Just ask Teddy Abrams, the dynamic...
Praised by The New York Times for “beautifully crafted” and “eloquent” solos, jazz saxophonist and clarinetist Anat Cohen...
Annie Gosfield made her name by composing percussive and highly rhythmic contemporary music often employing sounds such as industrial noises...
There are enough unforgettable stories about David — the biblical poet, warrior and king — to fill several seasons of “Game of Thrones.”
Although it begins with a classic major score by a non-Jew, three upcoming concerts at Boston Court Performing Arts Center in Pasadena definitely make...
“My violin is as Jewish as a violin can get,” Joshua Bell said, referring to his 1713 Stradivarius, once owned by legendary violinist Bronislaw Huberman.
In just a few years, Spivakov, who remains the ensemble’s principal conductor, earned the respect of no less a figure than Leonard Bernstein.
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