Play it Again Spirio How have you captured the real nuance of human performance? Additionally, Spirio presents a new world
A leading arts administrator, Moore is impeccably positioned to deliver this wide-ranging advice. Once a struggling artist
An Interview with Producer Larry Klein, Chatting with Ben Lovett, Plus Clavvs, Aleko, The Riflery, Dan Lipton, Alex Dezen and Joe Lazo Exclusives
ALEX DEZEN'S "A LITTLE LESS LIKE HELL" EXCLUSIVE ALEKO'S "HOLD ON ME" EXCLUSIVE A Conversation with Larry Klein Mike Ragogna
Conversations With Andrea Bocelli, Lang Lang and NCIS: New Orleans' Shalita Grant, Plus Fathers & Daughters, Ryan Aderréy, Golden Age and The Glorious Exclusives
Multi-platinum singer Michael Bolton and Richard Clayderman cover "(They Long To Be) Close To You"--a '70s hit for the Carpenters written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David--for the Fathers & Daughters: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, presented exclusively at HuffPost.
Chris Botti: The trumpet doesn't care about the national anthem or anything, it's just going to beat you down every day. So you need to practice it hours and hours and hours a day; otherwise it will take control of you rather quickly.
Songs From the Big Chair Gets Supersized: Chats with TFF's Roland Orzabal & Curt Smith, Lloyd Cole and Lang Lang...Plus!
Songs From The Big Chair celebrated across six discs. How did all this material come together?
The celebration honored some of the most prominent Chinese and Chinese American influencers in the world of philanthropy, despite the general perception that the Chinese are more thrifty then, say, their American counterparts. However, even a cursory look at some facts challenges that notion.
Music lovers will want to head up -- double time -- to Sonoma State University for a sonorous sensation. That verdant venue is now home to one of the most remarkable performance spaces in the country, Weill Hall at the Green Music Center.
LL: I started playing Chopin at a very early age [and] I always feel warm and delightful playing him. I can say I prepared
Reporting from Washington -- Chinese-born pianist Lang Lang denied Monday that he sought to insult the United States with
Top leaders in the performing arts sat down with Chinese cultural officials, only to find out that China seems to be addressing the issues head-on in a fearless way. At least so it seems, watching Yu Long.
Lang Lang used the iPad app Magic Piano, from Smule, to "play" his tablet. Ge Wang, the co-founder of Smule, told the Wall
Music Unites Gets Behind Mikhail Simonyan To Raise Funds for Afghanistan National Institute of Music
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