When Jim Svejda arrived in 1979, classical music radio in Los Angeles was flourishing. His retirement this year prompts a look at the state of classical music radio in 2022.
When the celebrated electric violinist Tracy Silverman invited Puerto Rican composer Roberto Sierra to write a major new concerto for him, it was bound to push boundaries.
Many conductors are former or current string players. But when a conductor has stringed-instrument experience, is he or she more disposed to nurturing the art of string playing?
Composer Juan Pablo Contreras Talks New Work ‘MeChicano’ for New Music USA’s ‘Amplifying Voices’ Series
By Greg Cahill MeChicano, a work by Mexican-American composer Juan Pablo Contreras, is one of nine new orchestral works from Black, Hispanic, and Asian comp... Read More...
Bassist Ron Carter's contributions to the jazz world will be feted May 10, when Carnegie Hall presents For the Love of Ron Carter and Friends: 85th Birthday Celebration.
Meadowmount’s New Artistic Director Janet Sung Reflects on Her Time as a Student at the Renowned Music School
Artistic Director Janet Sung looks forward to the chance to help influence a new generation of young musicians’ lives in the same way that her time at Meadowmount impacted her.
Founded in 1987 as a response to the absence of new music in American concert halls, Bang on a Can is now a major force in the new-music movement.
The Staffpad music composition app allows you to write music notation on a staff using an iPad or Windows tablet, pen-and-paper style.
German case manufacturer Gewa has expanded its Air series with a new shaped viola case.
Livestreaming has enabled many violin competitions to continue without missing a step, avoiding the cancellations that have plagued other industry events.