Austrian pianist Alfred Brendel has been described as one of the greatist pianists of all time. Among his many accomplishments, Brendel is the first pianist […]
“Seventy-one years ago,” Little sighed, “It’s hard to remember when I wasn’t here…”
I can’t help it…I’m just the tiniest bit concerned. Our upcoming journey to Italy in May is rapidly approaching, and we haven’t hit the halfway […]
NEPR’s trip to Italy in May includes Italian Early Music ensemble Interpreti Veneziani, who strive to bring harmony – new and old – back to splendid venues in Venice…
On the passing of UK singer, songwriter, record producer, painter and actor David Bowie
Composer & conductor Pierre Boulez has passed away…
Sometimes, a beginning is just a beginning…
From an all-Beethoven residency week, hear the storied Berlin Philharmonic play the profound Sixth and witty Eighth with conductor Simon Rattle.
When cellist Astrid Schween joins the Juilliard String Quartet, she’ll be the first woman and first African American member in its nearly 70 year history.
Seated at the piano in NPR’s studios, Anthony de Mare explains why he commissioned composers from the classical, jazz and Broadway worlds to interpret some of Sondheim’s finest songs.