New Zealand–born violinist Gemma New is the newly appointed artistic advisor and principal conductor of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
Eclipse is the title of violinist Hilary Hahn’s new album, summing up not only the repertoire but also some of what the violinist has been through in the last few years.
Educators are beginning to conserve, understand, & teach the underrepresented music and musicians beyond what classical musicians have traditionally been taught.
Each of the 29 tracks on Tutti Bassi's Have Cellos, Will Travel is an example of the delights to be found in phrasing and dialog, in creating simple beauty from simple sounds.
Rafael Payare is beginning his first season as music director of the Montréal Symphony Orchestra (OSM) and his fourth as music director of the San Diego Symphony.
There is a wave of new conductorships in U.S. classical music, with profound generational shifts also occurring in Europe and women increasingly appearing on the podium.
Picture Perfect: When Communicating Musical Ideas and Cello Technique, a Little Imagery Goes a Long Way
Many of today's pedagogues are taking creative approaches to teaching—and playing—the cello, inspiring future generations to unleash their imaginations as well.
There are impressive things in Piazzolla’s Le Grand Tango that show off the cello, but its primary goal is more to show off the tango style itself.
Through her school and community programs with the Inner Ear Orchestra, Rosalind-Denise Rogers has introduced over 1,000 young people to orchestral music in just five years.
Violinist Johnny Gandelsman’s ‘This Is America: An Anthology 2020–2021’ Reflects the Nation’s Experience
Violinist Johnny Gandelsman of the Brooklyn Rider quartet creates a musical time capsule on This Is America: An Anthology 2020–2021, with 22 commissioned works from across the nation.