Few vocal performers of our day are as closely identified with American classical music as this renowned artist. July 21, 2014
The Boston Symphony Orchestra's Saturday, July 19 offering at the Koussevitzky Music Shed, as Latvian-born Music Director designate Andris Nelsons helmed Swedish composer Rolf Martinsson's Bridge, Trumpet Concerto No. 1, with Swedish trumpet soloist Hakan HardenbergerBWW Reviews: ROMANCE Is in the Air at North Coast Rep July 13, 2014
It's no wonder Tim Burns won the prestigious National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Award in 1974 for his first play, Faded Glory. This brilliantly crafted work is entertaining, enlightening, and irresistible.Summer Stages: Tanglewood, Festival of Festivals June 6, 2014
For two magical hours, Ferruccio Furlanetto lifted an embattled San Diego Opera from its doldrums to the lofty heights only such an artist can invoke, in his exquisite rendering of Jules Massenet's noble, genteel Don Quixote.BWW Reviews: Mainly Mozart Worships Schubert in Carlsbad April 1, 2014
Illusion took center stage in the San Diego area last weekend when Orange County-based master craftsman John Cederquist brought his unique wood pieces to the small but pristine jewel known as the Cannon Gallery in Carlsbad.BWW Interviews: Furlanetto Part 2: The Russian Soul March 31, 2014
In a continuation of our extraordinary conversation, Maestro Ferruccio Furlanetto reveals insights on performing the astonishing Russian basso repertoire - in Russia.