Whether you prefer Vivaldi or Metallica, Scriabin or Norah Jones, reveals a lot about the way you think, according to a new University of Cambridge study.
Tonight at 9 pm, tune in for an encore airing of András Schiff playing the final sonatas of Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart and Schubert.
Sakari Oramo conducts a program that includes Walton’s pithy choral masterpiece 'Belshazzar’s Feast' and Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20 with soloist Lars Vogt.
The tenor Jonas Kaufmann has issued an unusual warning, telling fans not to buy an upcoming release of Puccini arias from his former label.
Every Monday this summer, we are profiling subway musicians who make our commutes a little bit cooler with classical music. This week: Emily Hopkins, harp.
Bayreuth's annual opera festival is kicking off with a new production of Wagner's Tristan and Isolde by the composer's great-granddaughter, festival director Katharina Wagner.
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