Live performance is considered to be the best way to disseminate classical music, but it's still getting diluted through secondary media like recordings, the Overgrown Path blogger insists.
WQXR discusses how the economy has affected classical music in the past year.
Music At The Morgan: The Morgan Library has released digitized versions of some of its most valuable manuscripts — including Schubert's Winterreise and Mahler's Fifth Symphony.
Express Yourself: Amanda Ameer of the blog Life's a Pitch sat down for an iChat conversation with pianist Johnathan Biss about "expressiveness," among other things.
No Relief For Traveling Musicians:The British government will not force airlines to accommodate musical instruments in their cabins, meaning that musicians will still have to risk damage to their instruments every time they travel — unless they play the piccolo, harmonica or triangle.
New York Philharmonic conductor Alan Gilbert has been appointed to lead the conducting program at the Julliard School – the first time anyone has held both positions.
Sex, drugs and — any kind of music, really. A new study shows that music releases dopamine, giving the listener a high.