Watch Gerard Mortier, A Polarizing Impresario Who Transformed Opera
March 10, 2014 – Love or hate his ideas, the impresario shifted public expectations of opera — permanently.
Watch After A Bitter Struggle, DSO Brings 'Joy' To The People Again
March 9, 2014 – The revitalized Detroit Symphony Orchestra is a bright spot in its struggling city.
Read A Kid Named Carl Stirs Up The Bach Musical Dynasty
March 8, 2014 – On his birth tricentennial, how Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach helped forge the music of the future.
Watch The Soul Of The World's Most Expensive Violin
Watch Robert Ashley: Opera's Misunderstood Innovator
Listen First Listen: Augustin Hadelich, 'Sibelius, Adès: Violin Concertos'
March 2, 2014 – On his new album, the 29-year-old violinist finds connections in two seemingly disparate concertos.
Read Philippe Jaroussky And The Impossibly High Male Voice
March 2, 2014 – The singer's new album takes on the repertoire of a famous 18th-century castrato.
Watch Music Takes Center Stage In Oscar-Nominated Documentaries
February 28, 2014 – 20 Feet from Stardom, The Square and The Lady in Number 6 use musicians to frame out big ideas.
Watch And The Oscar Goes To ... Mr. 'Star Wars' Or Arcade Fire?
February 27, 2014 – The contenders to win an Oscar for Best Original Score in 2014 are anything but typical.
Watch Gil Shaham And When The World 'Got Much Smaller, Much Faster'
February 24, 2014 – The star violinist's new project goes to the heart of the 1930s, when dazzle and sorrow commingled.
Read We Don't Love Him Just For The Twizzles
Watch On A Chilly Factory Floor, Yuja Wang's Piano Sizzles
February 19, 2014 – We took one of the world's most buzzed-about pianists to the Steinway factory in Queens.
Watch Sex, Drugs And Wandering Batons
Read Collecting Money For Songwriters, A 100-Year Tug Of War
February 13, 2014 – For the performing-rights group ASCAP, nearly every victory has come as the result of litigation.