Today at 1 pm, tune in for the LA Opera's broadcast of Mozart's enchanting comedy. It stars Lawrence Brownlee as Tamino, Janai Bruggeri as Pamina, Evan Boyer as Sarastro and Erika Miklosa as the Queen of the Night.
Tonight at 9 pm: David Garland spins highlights from Elmer Bernstein's lyrical score for "To Kill A Mockingbird"; a suite from Jerry Goldsmith's jaunty, neoclassical score for "The Great Train Robbery"; and a selection from "The Americanization Of Emily."
This week, From the Top is broadcasting from SUNY Purchase where the National Youth Orchestra of the USA has been in residence for two weeks, preparing for its national tour.
WQXR brings you the first in a series of performances from the 2014 BBC Proms. The concert features the China Philharmonic.
The rally by the union representing the Metropolitan Opera’s janitors, ushers and security guards came a day after the company's management warned of a potential lockout.
This Monday marks the 100th anniversary of when the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia. Several promising talents died at the front, others suffered debilitating injuries. Here are five notable musicians.
The Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, the Bach specialist-turned-Mozartian Angela Hewitt and the conductor Leonard Slatkin have new releases that we're featuring all this week.
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