Listen Ensemble Matheus At Carnegie Hall WQXR
Watch Marches Madness: Puppets And A Funeral
Watch Memories Of Van Cliburn From Medalists
Watch Marches Madness: Marriage As Theater
Listen At 100, Composer Margaret Bonds Remains A Great Exception
March 3, 2013 – The late Bonds is still one of few black female composers to gain recognition in the United States.
Watch Marches Madness: John Philip Sousa's 'Washington Post'
March 1, 2013 – We're kicking off a month of music that will make you want to kick up your heels.
Read Critical Miss
Watch Remembering Van Cliburn, A Giant Among Pianists And A Cold War Idol KERA
February 27, 2013 – The Texan pianist who captured America when he conquered Moscow has died at 78. KERA
Watch Benedict And Beethoven: The Outgoing Pope's Musical Life
February 27, 2013 – With retirement imminent, the Pope will have more time to indulge in his love of music.
Read The Operatic Potential Of DSK, A Modern Don Giovanni
February 26, 2013 – Could Dominique Strauss-Kahn's fall from grace make a compelling opera?
Watch Remembering A Conductor Who Blossomed In Philadelphia
February 25, 2013 – A conductor formed in postwar Germany had a surprising late-life renaissance in the U.S.
Watch Music, The Food Of 'Amour'
Read Wilkommen, Bienvenue ... Whatever
Read History As Symphony: The African-American Experience In Jazz Suites WFIU
February 21, 2013 – Composers such as Duke Ellington have captured black history in long-form works. Hear five examples. WFIU
Listen Nordic Symphonies And A $100 Guitar: Music We Love Now
February 20, 2013 – Three albums in our ears: clever Nielsen, glowing Finland and a battered electric guitar.