We looked inside some of the tweets by @ClassicalTV and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
From Slate's Cultural Gabfest podcast: one of the most fascinating analyses of Tchaikovsky's Sixth Symphony ever, involving sound illusion, the composer's state of mind, and the symphony's program... https://apple.co/2MR8prh @Slate #tchaikovsky #soundillusion #symphony #orchestra
The Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, opened in 2014, has just welcomed the 10 millionth visitor to its Plaza-- the terrace/observation deck joining the old harbor warehouse below and the new glass structure above! https://bit.ly/2ioHWhU @elbphilharmonie #classicalmusic #hamburg
Artist Heiner Goebbels fills the Park Avenue Armory with a "deeply experiential, fascinatingly polyphonous, and completely hypnotic” vision of modern European history, featuring live music, choreography, moving images, props, and more. https://bit.ly/2WdnKa1 @ParkAveArmory
Vulture on Bjork's Cornucopia, at New York's Shed: "a dream of a future where technology and nature can commune as one... the most incredible displays of lights and sounds ever to grace a stage in the city..." https://bit.ly/2WrRfnT #bjork #theshed #hudsonyards #newyork
American Ballet Theatre presents its company premiere of Twyla Tharpe's Deuce Coupe-- an exhilarating romp to music of the Beach Boys-- on May 30, at New York's Metropolitan Opera House.... https://bit.ly/2YAmhHf #twylatharp #ballet #dance @ABTBallet #deucecoupe #beachboys
Flaunt's piece on superstar conductor Gustavo Dudamel is stellar: "...When we play Beethoven in Peru, for instance, we can play him as a European composer with a Peruvian identity, or a Venezuelan one, or Argentine, or Japanese.” https://bit.ly/2W5npoN #dudamel #flaunt