Watch Marches Madness: 'Carmen' And The Castaways
Read The Well-Limbered Clavier
Watch Marches Madness: Off With His Head!
Read Britain's Brass Bands: A Working-Class Tradition On The Wane
March 6, 2013 – A matter of civic pride since the 19th century, the U.K.'s coal-town brass bands are dying out.
Listen Carnegie Hall Live: Golijov's 'St. Mark Passion' WQXR
Watch Marches Madness: Mourning Queen Mary II
Listen Ensemble Matheus At Carnegie Hall WQXR
Watch Marches Madness: Puppets And A Funeral
Read Memories Of Van Cliburn From Medalists
Watch Marches Madness: Marriage As Theater
Read 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.
Read Jonas Kaufmann On Wagner: 'It's Like A Drug Sometimes'
February 16, 2013 – The man called the greatest living Wagnerian tenor says he's bound by duty to honor the composer.
Read Can You Learn To Like Music You Hate?
Read From Bow To Baton: Violinist Joshua Bell Conducts Beethoven
February 15, 2013 – The acclaimed soloist leads a venerable orchestra through two beloved pieces.