Related Program: Ozarks At Large From Israel to Arkansas By Timothy Dennis • Mar 6, 2019 Related Program: Ozarks At Large ShareTweetEmail OSOG Band Listen Listening... / 7:16 OSOG is a musical collective hailing from Tel Aviv, Israel. Thursday night they'll perform at George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville. Earlier this week, they gave us a little preview of their upcoming show. Tags: OSOGIsraeli MusicMusicFirmin-Garner Performance StudioShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content KUAF Arts Beat: A Lavish 18-foot Gown as Symbol of Restriction in 'The Other Mozart' By Katy Henriksen • Mar 6, 2019 Charlotte Dobre When Sylvia Milo visited the Mozart home in Salzburg, Austria, she was struck by a small family portrait of a young woman alongside Wolfgang Amadeus also performing. It opened a rabbit hole in search of Maria Anna Mozart, known as Nannerl, who it turns out, was also deemed a musical prodigy and toured alongside her much more famous brother until she turned 18. Her curiousity led to the creation of the one-woman play "The Other Mozart." Of Note: A Raunchy and Gnarly Take on a Paganini Caprice By Sumner Coy & Katy Henriksen • Mar 5, 2019 Composer Christopher Cerrone tackles virtuosity in "High Windows," which the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas performs alongside with Beethoven and Bach at this weekend's concert. The spark began when he was particularly struck by the trill of the G minor caprice as performed by Thomas Zehetmair. KUAF Arts Beat: 'We listen to it and we sense it' - Artist Yatika Fields on Painting as Music By Sumner Coy & Katy Henriksen • Feb 28, 2019 Courtesy The Unexpected More than a century ago visual art and symphonic music collided when Modest Mussorgsky wrote "Pictures at an Exhibition," in tribute to pictures created by artist Vicktor Hartmann.