“After a year of screeching cacophony, my father mercifully gave me a cello to try.”
The moniker “Mercury” is not by Haydn and wasn’t assigned to the symphony until perhaps 100 years later. It bears no meaningful relationship to the piece, but the name does relate well to the Herschel. Don’t you think?
Discovery in classical music? Across three centuries?
‘If you wish to capture the heart of your audience, you should start with a piece of Bohemian music’
“We’re coming together to work on music for some of the right reasons, not just to put it together so we can just put it out there as a product,” explains Zon Eastes, Juno’s founder and conductor.