Few firms in the fiddle world have been so distinguished as W. E. Hill and Sons
Collaboration between more than 90 institutions includes support from the Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego symphonies
Jaeger dazzles in his 'Three Songs,' a work that sets Gimbel’s poetry to music for mezzo soprano, viola, and piano.
The seated cellist who plants an endpin in a rubble-strewn street carries a gravitas that a nimbler instrumentalist may lack.
This album marks the second collection from the legendary cellist’s garage jazz rock consortium Sentinel
During the Covid lockdown, Bell started thinking about nature and decided to commission a new suite
Suzuki’s vision seems more resonant than ever in this era of intensifying polarization
Each program is a profoundly collaborative experience that reflects the vision and personality of its director
Social media and YouTube have helped to gently deflate classical humor's pretensions
Divergent Paths features two works that have never been recorded on the same album before: Ravel’s String Quartet in F major and Schoenberg’s String Quartet No. 1 in D minor, Op. 7.