Classical Music

An unknown child reacted to a performance of Mozart by blurting out "WOW!" at the end of one composition.
World-famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma took a subtle dig at President Donald Trump and his immigration policy when he played to crowds on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.
This "Incredibles 2" motif is sadly incredibly bogus.
"I have a rule that none of my music can sound like anything I’ve done before or like anything I’ve heard."
PAUL SIMON / THE CONCERT IN HYDE PARK When many of Paul Simon’s fans discover their hero is releasing a new album, they assume
Matthew Smith will make his debut at the Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on April 2.
Yuja Wang was still an undergraduate at Curtis when she got the call: piano soloist Murray Perahia was under the weather. Could she jump on a plane to southern California and perform the next day with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields?
Katerina Mina is tall, blonde and chic. She is also a much lauded spinto soprano who has appeared on countless stages and
I remember a comment by the pianist Mieczyslaw Horszowski, who said that progressing as a musician meant learning to read
While there are no requirements that members must belong to Grammy®, in fact a percentage of indie collaborative members
Photo By Andrew Hurlbut We ended up with music from traditional southern folk to country, blues, early gospel, R&B, classical
Stephen Cleobury became the President of the Royal College of Organists from 1990 until 1992. Also, a Fellow of the Royal
It's practically a Christmas miracle that Stutzmann will be conducting at all since her career as a conductor almost didn't
At 78, Ben Zander is a young man in a hurry. The conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and the Boston Youth Philharmonic
It's true that classical music isn't what it used to be -- but neither is music in general. It isn't consumed in the same way and its dedicated fan-base is primarily white and old in a country whose population is increasingly neither.
That's what it was like -- and perhaps still is: a delicious, venomous trashing of a serious and magnificent achievement that was not perfect by any means but was also profoundly memorable.