Chicago Symphony Orchestra, also popularly known as CSO, is a classical symphonic group that has a long history and an equally long list of achievements. Calling the Orchestra Hall in Chicago their home, they are one of the oldest orchestras in America today.
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Beantown Pride
Boston Symphony Orchestra has a long list of accomplishments: being considered as a member of the prestigious “Big Five”, first recording in 1917, and made musical scores for big movies such as Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan.
Hollywood Bowl Big Screens – Not Everyone Appreciates
The Hollywood Bowl has survived concerts of various artists of different genres throughout history. But today, four $1.5 million high-tech screens are distracting from the musical performances or the natural beauty of the Hollywood hills.
Performing Arts at the Cleveland Museum of Art
The performing arts have recently gotten stronger emphasis at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It will be interesting to watch classical music concerts and learn from lectures about topics such as rare violins from the experts themselves. Museum curator Massoud Saidpour couldn’t be more excited about the transformation at hand. Music & dance truly deserve attention. […]
An Extraordinary New Musical Experience at Carnegie Hall
Watch the 2013 trailer. Watch now Go Behind the Scenes with Shen Yun’s Musicians Shen Yun has attracted an array of top musicians from around the world. Hear the musicians talk about how Shen Yun has given them not only an avenue for excelling in their art, but also an unforgettable life experience. Watch now […]
Chicago Blackhawks Gets A Treat From Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Professional ice hockey team Chicago Blackhawks receives a salute from the prestigious Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) through a performance of the classical version of the Chelsea Dagger goal song. The CSO music director Riccardo Muti even wore a Blackhawks sweater while leading the performance during one of the rehearsals. Watch the CSO Chelsea Dagger classical […]
NY Philharmonic Ensemble Plays Music Inspired By Tolstoy
Famous writer Leo Tolstoy became the inspiration for the New York Philharmonic ensemble during their last performance for the season at the Merkin Concert Hall. Their performance ended with the “Kreutzer Sonata”, the tale of Tolstoy’s short story and also the title of one of Beethoven’s compositions. Read more critiques about the performance […]
Shen Yun Principal Dancer Sebastien Chun, Dancing All the Way from Paris
Some artists of the New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts have fascinating life stories. In the case of Sebastien Chun, who has taken on the roles of emperor, ancient warrior, and even Buddha, the path to a fulfilling career as dancer for Shen Yun Performing Arts was created from a lucky yet welcome development. He […]
Best of Paris in 24 hours
Young performers who travel across the world with prestigious dance companies like the Shen Yun Performing Arts have memorable experiences. A clear-cut example is young dancer Kelly Wen, who has derived fulfillment in touching audiences. Kelly Wen recounts with fondness how Paris, in particular, has allowed her to spend quality time. The dance artist considers […]
Ticket Presale: Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Concert in LA, Oct. 18-19
Trailer: Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra Pipa – Chinese Lute Erhu – the Chinese Violin The Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra is perhaps the only one of its kind in the world. It’s opening up new horizons in the world of Western classical music. PURCHASE TICKETS Purchase before August 30th and receive: 1. Priority seating 2. A […]