The online community for string players, teachers, and the trade, from the publishers of STRINGS, STRINGS WEEK & STRINGS TRADE.
Connect with Strings newsletters and let the information, instruction, and inspiration come to you. Whether you're interested in news and events, entertainment and trending topics, instruction, reviews or exclusive deals and special offers, we've got the newsletter for you. Check the box next to the newsletter(s) you want to receive, and the Strings team will be sure to deliver the content you want, when you want it.
Strings Notes: Your regular dose of strings-related entertainment, instruction, and inspiration. Sign up today!
Strings Week: : The stories and events making waves in the strings world, delivered right to your inbox each week. Sign up today!
Grammy-winning composer Michael Daugherty’s newest concerto for cello and orchestra, “Tales of Hemingway,”…Continue
Posted by Stephanie Powell on April 21, 2015 at 11:00am
Posted by Stephanie Powell on April 15, 2015 at 11:13am
During the first four days of April in Bogotá, the Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo presented 63 sold-out concerts of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's music performed by an international array of world-class classical musicians to play for the city's…Continue
Posted by Laurence Vittes on April 14, 2015 at 9:35am
Minnesota Orchestra music director Osmo Vänskä will lose one of his only vacation weeks in early May, but he couldn’t be happier—a hastily scheduled tour that is due to find the MO performing in Cuba is making history as it becomes the first U.S. orchestra to play in Cuba since President Obama announced steps earlier this year to re-establish diplomatic relations.
“It means that I lost my almost only vacation week of the spring, and I’m really happy,” he told the Minnesota…Continue
Posted by Greg Cahill on April 13, 2015 at 12:36pm
The following statement was posted on Monday:
As the Chief Executive Officer of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, I want to reaffirm our institution’s commitment to inclusiveness. The ISO does not discriminate in its hiring of staff, orchestra musicians or guest artists, and our performances and programs are open to all.
The recent passage of the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act has brought unnecessary negative attention to our…
Posted by Laurence Vittes on April 1, 2015 at 1:04pm