"Overture on Hebrew Themes," Op. 34 | Sergei Prokofiev | Michel Lethiec, cl; Evgeny Kissin, p; Moscow Virtuosi/Vladimir Spivakov, v
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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.
Chicago’s own KAIA String Quartet plays an original medley to wish you happy holidays. Wearing masks, the ensemble recorded the performance — especially for WFMT — from the Fulton Street Collective.
Baroque music goes digital.
IPO concertmaster Azusa Tashiro feels that music is vital as “something to rely on, something that warms [your] heart.”
What is a versatile and active musician to do during quarantine? Susan Nelson has been learning and sharing songs by female composers and songwriters across various genres.