After 200 Years, A Schubert Song Still Resonates

On Oct. 19, 1814, an Austrian teenager named Franz Schubert wrote “Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel,” a boldly innovative song that remains an inspiration for singers and songwriters.

Charenee Wade On ‘Song Travels’

The vocalist performs jazz classics, including “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was” and “Blue Monk,” in a session with host Michael Feinstein.

Cassandra Wilson On Piano Jazz

In 1999, host Marian McPartland welcomed the vocalist in for an hour of jazz standards, including “Surrey With The Fringe On Top” and “Old Devil Moon.”

Reimagining Brubeck

The late pianist Dave Brubeck left jazz with a large body of compositions. Hear how his iconic music was rearranged by members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

To Miles, From Wayne

In the late 1960s, saxophonist Wayne Shorter wrote a series of pieces for trumpeter Miles Davis and orchestra. They were never recorded — until Wallace Roney played them at the Detroit Jazz Festival.

The Case Of The Stolen Stradivarius

Milwaukee Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond was carrying his rare Stradivarius violin out to the parking lot after a show when he was suddenly attacked. The violin, worth millions, was stolen.