Read Why Write Symphonies?
Read Songs Of Africa: Beautiful Music With A Violent History
August 3, 2013 – African sacred music combines the songs of oppressed people with the music of their oppressors.
Read Heifetz Up With Piatigorsky On Third
Read 5 American Symphonies You Should Know
Read Creating American Symphonies To Tell 'Distinctly American' Stories
July 30, 2013 – "A composer like me couldn't have existed in Europe 150 years ago," says Mohammed Fairouz.
Watch Time For Three: Tiny Desk Concert
Read New Traffic Signs Near Tanglewood
Listen Kronos Quartet: Behind The Scenes And Out Of Doors
July 25, 2013 – Hear world premiere performances by the Kronos Quartet and see their rehearsal process.
Read The High, Heavenly Voice Of David Daniels
Read Symphonic Music, American Style: 3 Must-Hear Albums
July 24, 2013 – A trio of orchestral albums from our summer-long search for the Great American Symphony.
Watch Licia Albanese: An Opera Diva Hits 100
Read First Listen: Timo Andres And The Metropolis Ensemble, 'Home Stretch'
July 21, 2013 – The 27-year-old composer and pianist weaves together the DNA of Mozart, Charles Ives and Brian Eno.
Watch A Veteran's Piercing True Story Leaps From Page To Stage
July 20, 2013 – The Long Walk, Brian Castner's memoir of PTSD and a difficult homecoming, will soon be an opera.
Read Music For His Adoring Fins
Watch Opera Singer Becomes (Soprano) Voice Of Protest In Portugal
July 18, 2013 – After drowning out the president in song, Ana Maria Pinto now leads choirs of angry Portuguese.