On this second episode devoted to Tchaikovsky, host David Dubal continues to chronicle the composer's tortured life beginning with the mysterious relationship with Tchaikovsky's wealthy patroness.
From "Nymphomaniac" to "Eyes Wide Shut," filmmakers have often mined the classical canon for music to match their erotic subject matter. Here are our five best examples.
One of the most celebrated voices of our era meets one of the most distinctive voices of an earlier era. New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood considers the play's strengths.
For her most recent album, "Compadrazgo," California-born composer-pianist Gabriela Lena Frank focuses on her Latin side, with references to her travels in South America. Stream the album all this week.
A choral singer collapsed and died at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on Monday, the first death of a musician at the venue since its 2003 opening.
This week's featured albums celebrate the Easter and Passover season. Two Bach releases are on tap (the St. Matthew Passion and the Easter Oratorio).
- NJ Choral Singer Collapses and Dies at Walt Disney Hall
- Neville Marriner, Prolific English Conductor, Active at 90
- John Luther Adams’s Become Ocean Wins Pulitzer Prize for Music
- Injured Lorin Maazel Cancels More Concerts, With Wide Repercussions
- Chicago Classical Station Hits Pledge Drive Record By Using Obscure Piano CD