Wainwright and his many guests pile on the gravitas while still digging into the Bard’s material with playful and provocative spirits.
The respected vocalist joins Marian McPartland for a tribute to songwriter Hoagy Carmichael.
A pair of French new music ensembles lovingly recreates songs by the iconoclastic New York street composer and poet who called himself Moondog.
The Philadelphia bassist, soon to be 90, played with Blakey, Morgan and Roach. But in all that, he also developed his own rhythmic and harmonic concept. Appropriately, it’s called Forerunner.
After 22 years away from the Metropolitan Opera, acclaimed soprano Kathleen Battle will return for a November concert of spirituals.
On this episode of All Songs, we premiere new music from The Jayhawks, Margaret Glaspy and more, plus new Weezer and saxophonist Colin Stetson’s reimagining of Górecki’s Third Symphony.
Russian musician Sergei Roldugin’s name has emerged in the massive data leak known as the Panama Papers. He is allegedly at the center of his country’s offshore banking activities.
Known for his ever-present black fedora, Barbieri could never be pinned down. “My music is the same. I play Gato,” Barbieri once told The Tavis Smiley Show.
A new choral work is on tour, based on the life of Tyler Clementi — the college freshman who committed suicide in 2010, after his roommate secretly filmed him in bed with another man.
For students in the program, “music becomes this vehicle for experiencing and envisioning themselves with lives filled with possibility,” says Baltimore Symphony Orchestra music director Marin Alsop.