2020’s 8 Best Classical Christmas Albums
Every year, the holiday season brings a new assortment of fabulous and festive Christmas albums.
NY Philharmonic musicians agree to 4 years of wage cuts
The New York Philharmonic, silenced from performances at Lincoln Center since March by the novel coronavirus pandemic, has agreed to a four-year labor contract with its musicians through Sept. 20, 2024...
Meet WFMT’s Newest Voices
Get to know Kristina Lynn and LaRob K. Payton, who join WFMT's announcing team as fill-in hosts.
Gloria Estefan reveals she caught COVID-19, is now recovered
The Grammy-winning artist said she's since recovered and now has tested negative for COVID-19.
Staff Spotlight: Telling the Painful and Hopeful Story of the Black Community Through Music
In the first of our WFMT Staff Spotlight series, we share a playlist from Tim Russell, the Vice President of Community Engagement at WFMT and WTTW.
Watch Andrew Byun and Victor Asuncion Perform Music by Schumann, Tailleferre, and Beethoven
The duo's stirring performance was given to an empty audience but was broadcast via WFMT and WFMT's social channels.
An Opera Without Precedent: Derrick Wang’s US Supreme Court Comic Opera Scalia/Ginsburg
Even though Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg disagreed on many things, what united them was humor and a love for opera. Composer, librettist, and former attorney Derrick Wang reveals how he created an opera about these two influential figures.
With performers infected, La Scala season premiere canceled
The December 7 season premiere at Milan's La Scala opera house is being scrapped after a rash of coronavirus infections among musicians and chorus members.
Handel in HD: Haymarket’s Season Premieres with Streaming ‘Acis and Galatea’
Baroque music goes digital.
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