Saturday, August 16 at 7 pm, hear the world premiere of Benedict Mason's Meld, as recorded live at London's Royal Albert Hall.
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.
With autumn comes a fresh new lineup of symphonic, vocal and chamber music concerts to hear in New York. Below are 20 notable events taking place around the city.
Tonight at 9 pm: Hear how Sir Neville Marriner became the oldest conductor to lead the Proms, in a program with Joshua Bell.
For Leonard Bernstein's 96th birth anniversary, a new recording of West Side Story. Plus pianist Igor Kamenz comes out of the shadows.
Two men accused of killing New York concert violinist Mary Whitaker during a robbery in her rural home are due in federal court.
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