Pat Metheny stops by NPR's Washington studios for an hour of live music and conversation.
Pat Metheny: Live and on 'The Way Up'
Chien Tan of the Oregon Symphony demonstrates the virtues of the miniature-size treble violin.
Chien Tan on the Treble Violin
Music critic Chris Douridas reviews Manzanita, the latest release from musician Mia Doi Todd.
Mia Doi Todd: 'Manzanita'
Fresh from a cameo in Woody Allen's film "Melinda and Melinda," the Shanghai Quartet perform at NPR.
The Shanghai Quartet, from Cinema to Studio
At 28, Daniel Mueller-Schott is already one of the world's most in-demand cellists.
Cellist Daniel Mueller-Schott Performs Bach
Wilco perform live in NPR's Washington, D.C., studios and chats with Neal Conan.
Wilco Performs on 'Talk of the Nation'
Karen Peris and The Innocence Mission turn American standards into jazzy lullabies.
The Innocence Mission in Studio on Morning Edition - 02/05/2005
Traditional African gospel and Western Christian music make for a rich, distinctive sound.
Soweto Gospel Choir: 'Voices from Heaven'
Acclaimed musician Pepe Romero represents one of several generations of guitarists in his family.
Pepe Romero's Spanish Guitar
Led by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the Silk Road Ensemble performs music from ancient China.
Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble