Composer and bandoneon master Astor Piazzolla’s (1921-1992) transformed the tango by blending jazz and symphonic influences.
Cellist Inbal Segev's 20 for 2020 project aims to creata musical diary of the pandemic era and the social unrest that swept the nation last year.
For "Alone Together," violinist Jennifer Koh commissioned 20 composers to write a 30-second “micro-work,” asking each to recommend a younger composer to debut it.
Efficiency in instrumental practice is essential, and this practice can be broken into two parts: building time and performing time.
John Corigliano is a magnificent composer and possibly the Beethoven of today. I wondered what he would see in them and what new language he would set to the concerto.
London Symphony Orchestra music director Sir Simon Rattle has called Elgar’s Violin Concerto in B minor “a monster... a masterpiece.” Capuçon was up to the challenge.
First appearing in 1796, these delightful duos are ideal for sharing a rainy Saturday afternoon with your playing buddy, or as a post-lesson treat.
Could it be that with a change of weather, patron, or performer, some of Mozart’s most famous works might have been very different—yet still unmistakably him?
The Chicago Sinfonietta Serves as a Model in the Classical-Music Industry’s Elusive Quest for Diversity
The longstanding commitment to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion predates by a generation the present cultural moment’s demand for social justice.
David Milsom has written a guide for violinists and other music lovers who want to get into an authentically Romantic mood.