New York Philharmonic | Brahms and Schoenberg

10pm: A concert from Alan Gilbert’s inaugural season as music director, featuring Frank Peter Zimmermann.

Playlist: Classical Coffeeshop

Sit back, relax, sip, and enjoy

Watch an All-French Concert

Music by Chaminade, Ravel, and Lili Boulanger.


Announcing: Grant Park Music Festival Broadcasts 2024

From world premieres to war horses, the exciting slate of concert broadcasts has something for everyone.

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Karen Slack Named Lyric Unlimited Artist-in-Residence

In addition to her respected artistry, Slack's industry-leading endeavors strive to make classical music and opera more accessible and inclusive.

Playlist: Classical Music You Probably Know (But Can’t Name): Vol. 3

Whether through movies, advertising, samples, or other popular media, classical music is everywhere — you just have to know what to look for!

David Sanborn, Grammy-winning saxophonist who played on hundreds of albums, dies at 78

Equally versatile and prolific, Sanborn enjoyed rare fame and popularity for a saxophone player.

UChicago Presents 2024–25 Season: Roomful of Teeth, Mobley, Reid

Featuring classical, jazz, blues, and other musical forms, the series spans from October to May.

Playlist: Relaxing Romantic-Era Classical Music

Combining ardor and artistry, the Romantic Era emphasized lyricism, expression, drama, and passion.

Playlist: Classical Music for a Quick, Confidence-Boosting Commute

Whether you're headed to work, school, or home, get to where you need to go with this propulsive, positive playlist.

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at 200: Revolutionary work of art has spawned two centuries of joy, goodwill and propaganda

"The proportions alone are staggering," says Grammy-winning conductor Teddy Abrams, music director of the Louisville Orchestra.

Playlist: How Video Game Music Has Leveled Up

The first video games were completely silent — now they have full orchestral scores that adapt and respond to on-screen action.

Chicago Music and Arts Events for AAPI Heritage Month

Performances to honor the rich diversity of AAPI musical and arts traditions.

Chicago a cappella Announces 2024–25 Season

Across three programs, the ensemble mines early music, prose, and jazz inspirations in performances in Chicago and its suburbs.

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