Music Endures: 50 Years of Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
When a classical music organization has been around for 50 years, it can be easy to take it for granted.
Lyric Returns With Free Star-Studded Virtual Gala
Lyric Opera of Chicago’s season opens this weekend in truly unprecedented fashion: with a virtual gala.
North Carolina home of Nina Simone gets permanent protection
The childhood home of iconic musician and civil rights activist Nina Simone will be indefinitely preserved in North Carolina.
88 Piano Pieces for Piano Month
September is National Piano Month, so WFMT is sharing a supersized playlist – with one selection corresponding to each key on the keyboard.
Andrew Lloyd Webber warns arts ‘at point of no return’
“The Phantom of the Opera” composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has told British lawmakers that the arts are “at the point of no return,” and urged the government to set a date for theaters to be allowed to reopen.
Quiz | What American Composer Are You?
Take this quiz to find out which dean of American music you're most like! Are you sparse and minimal like Philip Glass? Or do you prefer the sis-boom-bah John Philip Sousa? Do you prefer Samuel Barber's sonic landscapes of America, or Scott Joplin's Ragtime portraits of American life?
Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece
Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at a church in Germany: a chord change in an organ piece that is supposed to last for an entirety of 639 years.
COT Pivots to Digital, Expands Season
Chicago Opera Theater has revised its 2020-21 season with digital livestreams and additional performances.
Composing for flamingos: Duo pens score for nature special
The man who composed the music to “The Lion King” is just as comfortable with real lions, too.
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