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Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic and violinist Anne Akiko Meyers in two New York premieres by Gabriela Ortiz and Arturo Márquez plus a symphony by Aaron Copland.
The new season will kick off with a live concert performance and screening of Ghostbusters.
Ravinia Festival is back for 2021 for its 85th concert season, offering up a signature blend of classical, jazz, folk, and rock music performances.
From Cuba to Argentina, Uruguay to Mexico, Latin America has had no shortage of phenomenal composers. And while we are huge fans of Piazzolla and Villa-Lobos, we also love these lesser-known composers — and we think you will, too!
With many of the major annual fireworks displays on hold this year because of COVID-19, WFMT is bringing you the fire with a curated playlist of pyrotechnic music.
Winter can be grueling, but music can warm and soothe. Here’s the music that helps WFMT get through the season.
Mexico is home to many people and musical traditions. In the KAIA Kids adventure to Mexico, the quartet explores the history of mariachi and teaches you one of most popular mariachi tunes today, “México lindo y querido.”
Learn more about Mexico’s most celebrated composers of the past and present. Here are 5 Mexican composers you should know because of their incredible contributions to the world of music.