Listen Jean-Yves Thibaudet On 'Song Travels'
Read The Chrome Depot
Watch What Do You Get Valery Gergiev For His 60th Birthday?
May 2, 2013 – If you're the conductor's friend Vladimir Putin: a resuscitated Soviet prize — and a new theater.
Read Coaxing The Baby To Sleep: A Violinist's Hand-Picked Lullabies
May 1, 2013 – Rachel Barton Pine had her own infant daughter in mind when recording her new album.
Watch 1-Bit Composer Tristan Perich's Practice Space Q2
Watch Remembering Janos Starker, The Cellist 'Born To Be A Teacher'
April 29, 2013 – Although renowned as a soloist and Grammy winner, he devoted much of his life to teaching.
Watch Janos Starker, A Master Of The Cello, Dies At 88
Read Amazingly Odd Operas From Revolutionary China
Read The Ultimate Soloist
Read Three Must-Hear Piano Albums
Read First Listen: David Lang, 'Death Speaks'
Read A Moment With Pulitzer-Winning Composer Caroline Shaw
April 20, 2013 – Shaw says writing her prize-winning piece meant extracting sounds that only existed in her head.
Listen Carnegie Hall Live: Dresden Staatskapelle Plays Bruckner WQXR
April 19, 2013 – A venerable orchestra brings Bruckner's Eighth Symphony, and its new conductor, to New York. WQXR
Read The Art Of The Centri-Fugue
Watch How Do You Handle Loneliness On The Road?
Listen The Conductor Who Gained Power By Giving It Up
Watch Morton Subotnick's Practice Space Q2
Watch Appreciating A Pillar Of The Chicago Sound: Trumpeter Bud Herseth
April 16, 2013 – The legendary trumpeter spent 53 years as principal in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Watch Caroline Shaw, 30, Wins Pulitzer For Music
Read Maria Callas On The Move: A Diva Does D.C.
Watch Remembering Colin Davis, A Conductor Beloved Late In Life
April 14, 2013 – The knighted English conductor who won three Grammys died at age 85 on Sunday.
Read Extreme Drama: The Life And Music Of Richard Wagner
April 13, 2013 – For the bicentennial of the controversial composer's birth, conductor Marin Alsop rethinks Wagner.
Read Portrait Of The Heldentenor As A Young Man
Watch Tokyo String Quartet Bids Boston A Bittersweet Farewell WGBH
April 10, 2013 – After 43 seasons, the revered ensemble calls it quits, leaving Boston with music by Haydn and Ravel. WGBH