Jeremy Denk's Musical Odyssey Through 7 Centuries Of MusicSat, 16 Mar 2019
On his new album titled c.1300-c.2000,
the pianist begins with a medieval song by Machaut and ends with an étude by Philip Glass.
At 92, The Man Who Wrote The Book On Berlioz Resumes His CaseFri, 08 Mar 2019
To mark the sesquicentennial of the composer's death — and a new box set of recordings — Berlioz biographer David Cairns celebrates the one-time musical misfit from France.
Sanford Sylvan, A Baritone On His Own Terms, Dies At 65Thu, 31 Jan 2019
The warm-voiced, and much admired, singer eschewed the glitzy life of an opera star to concentrate on the art of vocal communication.
Finding God, Love And The Meaning Of Life In Messiaen's 'Turangalîla-Symphonie'Sat, 12 Jan 2019
Baltimore Symphony music director Marin Alsop traces her discovery of the rollicking 75-minute symphony and the man behind the music.
For Opera Singers, Life After Retirement — At Least At One Very Special Rest HomeThu, 10 Jan 2019
Founded by composer Giuseppe Verdi and funded by royalties from his popular operas, Casa Verdi in Milan opened a century ago as a home for opera musicians in their golden years.