A UK-based group performs Brian Eno's NASA-inspired electronic music on conventional instruments.
Deceptive Cadence posts about Classical Detours
Composer Evan Ziporyn pairs exciting new concertos for two unlikely soloists: bass clarinet and the Indian tabla.
Odd bedfellows perhaps, but each is adept at creating claustrophobic spaces of melancholy.
A new album sets music by the Armenian spiritual leader for traditional Eastern folk instruments.
The famed Norwegian composer-violinist has inspired a meditative tribute by two of his countrymen.
Drawing from ten different traditional ragas, the Indian master has created an East-meets-West mashup for sarod and symphony orchestra. Hear a sneak preview of the May 10th release.
Known for his free-wheeling Afro-Cuban jazz improvisations, Sosa makes a turnaround on his new album Calma. It's a one-take, spontaneous and serene portrait of the pianist's day to day life in music.
The Georgian composer collected themes from his many scores for stage and screen, and violinist Gidon Kremer and friends fashioned them into an atmospheric stream of laid-back melodies.
Hear what happens when a classically trained cellist and a West African kora player collide. A new album by Vincent Segal and Ballake Sissoko unfolds in music of quiet beauty.
The Brooklyn-based harp, flute, viola ensemble isn't afraid to throw a banjo or electronics into its chamber music mix. The debut CD features works by a variety of young composers.