Memorization can liberate a performer, but it can also inhibit them, creating an unnecessary fear of forgetting the music.
A violinist who performed in the Westchester Philharmonic and several New York freelance orchestras, died Wednesday of an apparent homicide.
As Scotland debates secession, Nicola Benedetti celebrates its musical heritage. Plus a new take on Fauré's Requiem.
A new film raises one the perennial challenges actors face when playing classical musicians: how to look convincing in performance scenes.
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