As of tomorrow, you’ll be able to find a “Today in Music History” Calendar at the foot of each page of the blog. I’m doing my best to keep up a fairly stiff pace on the entries, but so far I have almost a thousand entries in the database, and doing more each day. I hope everyone will be patient with occasional errors while I finish entering the data, but use my contact page for an error that bugs you!
And quite soon, you’ll be able to find a calendar of classical music performances in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This is in large part dependent on the information that is sent to me by the performing groups and venues, so if you’d like to see your group’s performance listed, use my contact page. The only requirements for having your performance listed are:
- The performance must contain the music of a composer born before 1886;
- The performance must be open to the public;
- I must have the information at least six weeks in advance.
There’s no charge or obligation for being listed; you won’t be put on a mailing list and I am going to keep your contact information only if I don’t hear from you for a while, to remind you to send me the information. The whole years’ schedule in advance would be preferable to piecemeal information.
Here’s to something to celebrate in classical music each and every day of 2015! Don’t forget to follow @strikerightnote on Twitter for each day’s music history events.