The clarinet is lucky to have Martin Fröst, a musical showman who has produced handsome recordings of works new and old. Stream his latest album "Nordic Concertos" all week.
Brooklyn pianist Simone Dinnerstein stretches out, violinist Rachel Podger offers a Vivaldi dozen, and the Philharmonia Baroque celebrate Haydn's wit.
A violinist in the Leipzig String Quartet was arrested early Friday morning and charged with assaulting another guest at a Midtown Manhattan hotel.
Following our report on an earlier study on species-specific music crafted just for cats, a new study has found that classical music can serve to relax cats in surgery.
Thursday, April 2 at 8 pm, violinist Itzhak Perlman shares Passover music from many traditions, plus songs and memories from his childhood in Israel.
Continuing our series of episodes on spring, here's "Sehnsucht nach dem Frühling" (Longing for Springtime), performed by Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Walter Gieseking.
A new MoMA show highlights the multi-decade mass movement of six million African Americans from the rural South to the urban North. Here's a playlist of music from the exhibit.
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