Gathering music, new and old, from around the world, the thoughtful pianist finds the core of humanity amid the chaos.
Let the new music sextet yMusic serenade you with a light-as-air track from a forthcoming album.
Terence Blanchard made history last season when his opera Fire Shut Up in My Bones was the first work by a Black composer staged by the Metropolitan Opera. And the Met has asked for more.
Thomas Bangalter, formerly of French electronic music duo Daft Punk, has released a classical music album: the score to a ballet titled Mythologies that draws on American minimalism and Baroque works.
The influential Japanese composer died March 28 from cancer. A wide-ranging musician, the Yellow Magic Orchestra co-founder was a synth-pop idol and the writer of sweeping movie scores.
A new collection of recordings finally freed from the vaults offers a chance to hear one of opera’s greatest artists sing Wagner, Strauss, Berlioz and more.
Scientists have sequenced the genome of Ludwig van Beethoven from two-century-old locks of hair, and found clues about the ailments that plagued him in life.
Two musical worlds collide as jazz pianist Dan Tepfer finds inspiration, and room for improvisation, in J.S. Bach’s Two-Part Inventions.
Hear the powerhouse pianist barrel through a rambunctious bonbon written for her by Michael Tilson Thomas.
The music that haunts the Oscar-nominated film is a calling card for conductor Rafael Payare.