Classical Music News
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.
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.
Read Carnegie Hall's Barnstorming Youth Movement
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 Music Is The Mission, Not Money
Watch Meet The 2013 BBC Cardiff Singer Of The World
Read Playing Mozart — On Mozart's Violin
Read A Loaded Bible Story, Tweaked For The Opera Stage
Read Ukrainian Wins Top Prize At Van Cliburn Piano Competition KERA
June 10, 2013 – Vadym Kholodenko, 26, takes home the $50,000 purse, plus three years of professional management. KERA
Watch Why Being Stuck On A Tarmac With The Philly Orchestra Rocks
June 7, 2013 – Four members of the Philadelphia Orchestra turned a three-hour flight delay into something magical.
Read The Cliburn Competition After Van
Read Then The Curtain Opened: The Bracing Impact Of Stravinsky's 'Rite'
May 25, 2013 – The ballet premiered in 1913, provoking a response just as striking as the music and dance.
Watch Henri Dutilleux, Leading French Composer, Dies At 97
May 22, 2013 – The composer will be remembered for a small quantity of perfectly realized, richly textured works.
Watch Andris Nelsons Named Music Director Of The Boston Symphony
May 16, 2013 – The announcement puts an end to years of uncertainty at the storied orchestra.
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.