Dudamel gets 7-minute ovation after 1st NY Philharmonic concert since music director decision
He agreed in February to a five-year contract as New York’s artistic and music director starting in 2026-2027.
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9 New Chicago Ensembles You Should Know
Spotlighting a new crop of arrivals to the vibrant Chicago classical music scene.
Watch Star Trumpeter Mary Elizabeth Bowden Play Beach & Debussy
Beautiful renditions of works inspired by poetry.
Anthem for Charles III’s coronation written by Lloyd Webber
The work by Lloyd Webber is one of a dozen new pieces Charles commissioned for the grand occasion taking place May 6 at Westminster Abbey.
CSO 2023-24 Season Announced: Myriad Guest Conductors as Muti Era Closes
The season will be the first following the departure of Riccardo Muti as music director. But the maestro will be close at hand as he continues his association with the CSO.
Barenboim takes it day-by-day, balancing music with illness
Despite illness, Barenboim is determined to inhabit the conductor’s podium as much as possible.
Burt Bacharach, legendary composer of pop songs, dies at 94
Dionne Warwick was his favorite interpreter, but Bacharach also created prime material for Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, and many others.
Dudamel to become NY Philharmonic music director, leave LA
Dudamel is scheduled to conduct three performances of Mahler’s Ninth Symphony in May.
Tár music supervisor Lucy Bright: ‘It’s rare to have classical music on screen in that way’
A conversation with Lucy Bright about the ethical considerations of music supervision, Tár’s most surprising musical Easter eggs, and more.
WFMT Classical Conversations: Chicago Jazz Philharmonic
WFMT hosted Chicago Jazz Philharmonic’s Orbert Davis and Mark Ingram, who discussed Davis's Emmy-winning score for WTTW’s DuSable to Obama: Chicago's Black Metropolis, their love of jazz, and more.
2023 Grammy Winners & Nominees in Classical, Jazz, Soundtrack, and More
This year's Grammys, the 65th annual ceremony, takes place on Sunday, February 5.
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