Read From Carnegie Hall, A Youth Orchestra That's A National First
July 13, 2013 – The country's best teen musicians are going on tour, with top-notch training and some famous help.
Read In Rehearsal: Slo-Mo Ma And Emanuel Accelerated
Watch Eli Keszler & So Percussion: Making The Manhattan Bridge Roar And Sing Q2
July 12, 2013 – See the world premiere of a piece for percussion and thousands of feet of piano wire. Q2
Watch Schoenberg Doesn't Suck: Serialism Demystified
Read Scalia V. Ginsburg: Supreme Court Sparring, Put To Music
July 10, 2013 – In the justices' opinions, recent law school graduate Derrick Wang heard an opera.
Read Electric Guitars Amp Up New Classical Music
Watch Modern Hymn Writers Aim To Take Back Sunday
Read Music Is The Mission, Not Money
Read Behind The Music: Charles Ives
Read The Innovative Mosaic Of American Symphonies
Read In Search Of The Great American Symphony
Read Revved-up Vivaldi, Persian Bamboo And Soaring Spirituals: New Classical Albums
June 30, 2013 – NPR Music's Tom Huizenga and host Jacki Lyden spin a wide range of new classical releases.
Watch Maya Beiser: Tiny Desk Concert
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 The Wunder Years: Sloppy Johann
Read Hit The Road And Hear Some Music: Summer Classical Festivals 2013
June 26, 2013 – As summer heats up, so do dozens of classical music festivals all around the country.
Watch Meet The 2013 BBC Cardiff Singer Of The World
Read In Sharpness And In Tune
Watch Mozart's Violin Comes To Boston, Live In Concert WGBH
Read Distinctive Voices: Three Must-Hear Violin Albums
Watch Wired: Come Hear New Music That Uses The Manhattan Bridge
June 17, 2013 – Come hear a singular world premiere at Make Music New York — using the Manhattan Bridge.
Read Playing Mozart — On Mozart's Violin
Read An Inconvenient Tune
Read A Loaded Bible Story, Tweaked For The Opera Stage