Sisters Chauntee (violin, vocals) and Monique (cello, vocals) Ross of SistaStrings have recorded two albums with Peter Mulvey, most recently Love Is the Only Thing on Righteous Babe records.
The 2022–23 season will mark the 50th anniversary of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, a democratic creative home where everyone has a say in how the music is made.
Chamber music supergroups are most enthralling—or maddening—when a certain freewheeling one-upmanship is on display. Yet some have been plagued by infighting or divergent solo careers.
Yam Uri Raz started out fixing guitars before founding Yam Violins around 2018 as a small, single-maker operation in the town of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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.
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 Francesca Dego and Conductor Sir Roger Norrington’s Mozart Concertos Are a Fresh Take Based on Historical Resources
The Mozart Violin Concertos recording with violinist Francesca Dego combines old and new traditions, using modern instruments but infused with Sir Roger Norrington more than 60 years of research and experience.
Presenting a roiling assortment of people, events, and landmarks in American history, composer Wadada Leo Smith’s string quartets have been gaining wider notice.