Archive for February, 2009

.. Of other people answers, and why not. That’s what the websites there for? And plus I thought it would give me some inspiration!;_ylt=AnyBe_y9lbwurYfqLJMFDU0gBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20090224030641AAP2lhf My question simply was: How can we get the younger generation to like Classical Music? So far, I have had 6 or 7 answers – some are quite good, others […]

Classic FM


The first thing I think of is boring! The website is so plain and samey – I don’t like it, it doesnt invite me to look at it.

“The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the oldest concert-giving organisations in the world, and the second oldest in Britain. The origins of its concert series date back to the formation of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, which administers it, in 1840. The Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, as it was called then, acquired the title […]

I just thought you ought to watch this. She must be our age or younger. People love her, but do they love her music? Personally, I prefer her newer stuff! But, I decided to add it because I feel like shes the anomoly! So thats what she started out as.. This is what she ended […] I thought this was quite interesting. Older people are really bitter…

Okay, so what do I think of their music? I don’t like it. But, do i not like it because is a physiological thing or because I really don’t like it? I will try to explain, do I not enjoy it because it has always been seen as ‘uncool’ to listen to it, even since […]

Michael Nyman


“As one of Britain’s most innovative and acclaimed composers, Michael Nyman’s work encompasses operas and string quartets, film soundtracks and concertos. Far more than merely a composer, he’s also a performer, band leader, author, musicologist and now a photographer and film maker. Although he’s far too modest to accept the description ‘Renaissance Man’, his restless […]