Posts Tagged ‘ classical music ’

Boston Museum Intros Classical Podcast

Sep 16th, 2006 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Podcast Quickies

Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, a century-old institution described as “elegant and refined, but perhaps a bit fusty,” has introduced a classical music podcast, The Concert. The recordings are from the museum’s regular concert series, and feature performances by acclaimed master musicians and up-and-coming young artists. A new program is posted every two weeks. ‚ÄúBecause […]

Does Smoking Pot Lead to Classical Music?

Sep 14th, 2006 | By | Category: General, Strange

People used to think of marijuana as the demon weed, and that smoking it could lead to promiscuity, harder drugs, and even madness.Research by University of Leicester psychologist Dr Adrian North may reveal an even harsher truth: that marijuana leads to Mahler. Actually, North’s work reveals a correlation between marijuana use and classical music fans, […]

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Intros Classical Podcast

Sep 12th, 2006 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, Digital Music, Podcast Quickies

UK’s City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra has introduced a new podcast, the CBSO Podcast, making it the first major ensemble in the world to launch a regular podcast, according to organizers. The free 30-minute monthly podcast, hosted by music broadcaster Tommy Pearson, includes the latest CBSO news, interviews and discussions with musicians and conductors as […]