A fictional tale of the real-life Jewish community in Shanghai during World War II — with a cross-cultural love story at its heart — is premiering at the New York Philharmonic on Thursday.
The Los Angeles-based harpist and composer talks about approaching her instrument in new ways on her debut album.
Poet Amanda Gorman and German cellist Jan Vogler combine poetry and Bach’s cello suites at New York’s Carnegie Hall to share the “lows and highs” of human experience.
On Feb. 12, 1924, a sassy fusion of jazz and classical music debuted in New York, sparking a mutual exchange of ideas still debated today.
The pioneering Japanese-American conductor who led the Boston Symphony Orchestra for nearly decades died Tuesday.
The late American composer John Cage left it up to the performer to decide how long his work, Organ2/ASLSP, should take. A group in Germany is testing the limits.
A John Cage piece for organ titled ASLSP — as slow as possible — lives up to its name. It has been in performance for 21 years so far.
Russian cellist Anastasia Kobekina releases her Sony Classical debut album Friday — featuring composers from the 17th century to today whose works evoke Venice.
Russian cellist Anastasia Kobekina releases her Sony Classical debut album — featuring composers from the 17th century to today whose works evoke Venice.
The Polish pianist and composer blurs the lines of ambient, classical and house in this performance.