Work occupies a big space in our lives. So with Labor Day comes the opportunity to explore the theme of work in classical music.
The refined world of classical music is not usually linked to addiction. But a British TV documentary opens the door to a lesser-known side of the business.
It's "Throwback Thursday" and here's an excerpt from "A Year in Music," in which the conductor Erich Leinsdorf weighs in on the opening of Lincoln Center.
Two men accused of killing New York concert violinist Mary Whitaker during a robbery in her rural home are due in federal court.
For Leonard Bernstein's 96th birth anniversary, a new recording of West Side Story. Plus pianist Igor Kamenz comes out of the shadows.
Interviewing a composer can be a daunting proposition, especially when confronted with the bodily reality of one who is non-male. Here's a how-to guide for beginners.
Looking back at the history of the show, we’ve ranked five notorious classical music performances.
- Suspects in Murder of New York Violinist Held Without Bail
- Minnesota Orchestra Announces $3.2 Million in Gifts
- Throwback Thursday: WQXR Discusses 'The Lincoln Center' in 1961
- Atlanta Symphony Labor Talks Approach Nervous Crescendo
- Video: Violinist Inspires Elephants to Dance to Bach