Last night I continued my spring concert plans with Beethoven’s Mass in C Major preformed by the Worcester Chorus. I’ve never heard it before, though it felt familiar since I’ve sung Schubert’s Mass in C Major. 431 more words
Perhaps the most internationally famous conductor ever, Toscanini rose to instant stardom when he put down his cello and jumped up to the podium to fill in for the conductor during a performance of Verdi’s opera Aida.
My sis, Ritu over at ButISmileAnyway has a music challenge going for March. If you would like to participate read more about it here.I usually don’t post a song on the weekends but due to my sister’s challenge, I cannot resist doing so. 79 more words