Strands of hair that belonged to two of history’s greatest composers are expected to fetch a combined $18,000 this Thursday.
After a month-long hiatus, our Albums of the Week feature returns with three very dissimilar recordings, including one that was connected to a headline-making controversy.
Monday, May 18 at 7:30 pm, violinist Chase Spruill and pianist-arranger Michael Riesman presented music from Philip Glass's bloodiest film scores. Listen to the archived performance.
Should song recitalists stop providing printed translations? Blogger Fred Plotkin considers the vehemence of opinions over his recent article on the issue.
Composer Michael Giacchino has scored three of this summer's big movies: "Tomorrowland," "Jurassic World," and "Inside Out."
Summer means concerts in the hills, near beaches and in air-conditioned halls. Consult our guide to 15 of the summer's classical music festivals around the region.
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