Beethoven, Bach, Berlioz: who are you?
The duo shares one of the staples of the piano four-hands repertoire.
Faith, Identity, and Songs: Celebrating the Blackness of Gospel Music
Black people have used music and singing to tell the story of hope amid pain, promise amid peril, and immovable faith amid adversity. This playlist celebrates the uniqueness of Black thought and spirituality through the years.
Music helping Tony Bennett battle Alzheimer’s disease
Bennett was first diagnosed with the irreversible neurological disorder in 2016, but he continues to rehearse and twice a week. His wife says: "When he sings, he's the old Tony."
Video | Jazz Humorist Slim Gaillard Takes on ‘Clair de lune’
Master of both humor and music, Slim Gaillard always found a way to make his audience smile. Watch his swinging, sidesplitting take on one of Debussy's most beloved works.
South Africa mourns anti-apartheid trombonist Jonas Gwangwa
Tributes are pouring in for South Africa's Oscar-nominated anti-apartheid jazz trombonist and composer Jonas Gwangwa, who has died at the age of 83.
Video | An All-French Concert From Violinist Rannveig Marta Sarc & Pianist Victor Asunción
On a frosty January afternoon, violinist Rannveig Marta Sarc and pianist Victor Asunción joined forces for a concert of French classical music from the turn of the 20th century.
Bach, Borge, Biden: Ed O’Keefe, the CBS News White House Correspondent Who Came To Play
From the age of 3, CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe toiled at a keyboard—not in typing, as unintended preparation for his 13 years at the Washington Post, but in studying classical piano.
CSO Cancels Remainder of 2020-21 Season
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra today announced the cancellation of all 2020-21 season programs from April 1 to June 13, 2021, extending cancellations that had been announced previously.
Luisi’s term with Dallas Symphony extended through 2028-29
Luisi was hired in June 2018 to start as music director with the 2020-21 season, succeeding Jaap van Zweden, who became the music director of the NY Philharmonic.
Delayed Kennedy Center Honors to be rescheduled for mid-May
The honorees are country music legend Garth Brooks, dancer and actress Debbie Allen, violin virtuoso Midori, folk music icon Joan Baez and actor Dick Van Dyke.
The Modern Musical Dynasty: Kanneh-Mason Family Performs Saint-Saëns, Bob Marley
There have been many musical dynasties throughout history – think of the Bach and Strauss families. Today, we have a new dynasty in the making with the Kanneh-Masons: seven brothers and sisters, all of whom play either violin, piano, or cello.
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