Never Fade Away is the moving true story about a young Chinese immigrant who escaped his homeland in the 1940’s during the Japanese Invasion, came to America with nothing but his hopes and dreams, and how a radio and a waltz lifted his spirits and changed his life.
We have long been wondering about The Dream of Gerontius, an enigmatic choral work composed by Sir Edward Elgar.
Fortunately, we found our way to an Elgar scholar named Frank Beck. In the following conversation with Barry Lenson of Classical Archives, Frank explains what this work is, what it means, and why it merits our attention and affection.
Yulianna Avdeeva discusses her new Pentatone release “Resilience,” music’s power to lift the human spirit, and much more
Yulianna Avdeeva makes her Pentatone debut with this recording of music by Szpilman, Shostakovich, Weinberg and Prokofiev, composers who – each in their own way – maintained themselves in times of great instability.
Classical Archives Interviews Superstar Tenor Javier Camarena on the Occasion of His New Release “Sogno”
Classical Archives is thrilled to present an exclusive interview with superstar tenor Javier Camarena on the occasion of the release of his new Pentatone CD “Sogno.”
Barry Lenson and Aliana de la Guardia Discuss the Evolution of Ululations and Gurgles of the Invisible
Inspired by the poems of Federico García Lorca, Ululations is a 4-part work for soprano, percussion, piano, and dancers from the deaf community that investigates themes of isolation, oppression, communication, community, and transcendence.
Classical Archives Video Interview: Steven Fox of The Clarion Choir Discusses the Grammy-Nominated Recording of the Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil and Upcoming New York Concerts
Steven Fox of The Clarion Choir Discusses the Grammy-Nominated Recording of the Rachmaninoff All-Night Vigil and Upcoming New York Concerts