Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky archive
Read Why Tchaikovsky's Bells And Cannons Sound Every July 4
June 29, 2013 – In the 1970s, the Boston Pops turned a Russian composition into an Independence Day staple.
Read Memories Of Van Cliburn From Medalists
Read Measures Of Affection: Five Musical Love Letters
Read Trifonov's Triumph: Tchaikovsky, Twice Over
Read Faster, Higher, Louder
Read The Co-Opting Of Tchaikovsky's '1812 Overture'
Read Carnegie Hall Live: Pavel Haas Quartet WQXR
Listen Savannah Music Festival's Russian Reminiscence
Read Christmas Music: It's A Bout Time
Read 'The Nutcracker' — Pirouettes With Popcorn
Read The Mariinsky Orchestra At Carnegie Hall WQXR
Read Bass Giorgio Tozzi Dies At 88
Read Tchaikovsky, Meet The Bard: Gustavo Dudamel's New CD
March 23, 2011 – The dynamic conductor makes magic with Tchaikovsky's version of the Shakespeare's The Tempest.
Listen Reversal of Fortune: Tchaikovsky's 'Eugene Onegin' WDAV
December 3, 2010 – Tchaikovsky felt Eugene Onegin so deeply that it led him to an ill-fated marriage — and an opera. WDAV
Read First Listen: Simon Rattle Conducts 'The Nutcracker' APM
October 17, 2010 – A new recording by conductor Simon Rattle breathes life into this 120-year-old music. APM