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First Fiddle: Glenn Dicterow, Concertmaster of NYC’s Ultimate Band, the New York Philharmonic

Everyone “plays their hearts out” and guest conductors often remark on “how fast we get it.” Read More »

Music Review: James Blackshaw – All Is Falling

All Is Falling exhibits another tremendous leap forward for young 12-string guitar maestro James Blackshaw Read More »

Classical Music Review: Stephanie Sant’Ambrogio & James Winn – Late Dates With Mozart (MSR Classics)

Mozart, for whom the word genius was intended. Read More »

Book Review: Devil’s Trill by Gerald Elias

Devil’s Trill is the first book in what is sure to become an interesting new series for mystery and music lovers. Read More »

Music Review: Joshua Bell – At Home With Friends

Joshua Bell and friends play at your house! Read More »

Music Review (LA): LA Philharmonic All-Brahms Concert Conducted by Leonard Slatkin at the Hollywood Bowl

Leonard Slatkin led the LA Philharmonic in a very satisfying All-Brahms program with violinist Vadim Repin. Read More »

Music Review: Skeletonbreath – Eagle’s Nest, Devil’s Cave

Appropriate listening material for the last great ferry ride of your soul. Read More »

Music Review: Casey Driessen –Oog

An experience unlike any you've ever had before listening to someone play the violin. Read More »