Watch the 18-year-old belter sing “Austin” as a brass band follows her through the city’s streets.
Bley and Swallow join host Marian McPartland for trio renditions of Carla Bley originals.
An odd little tune the outgoing British prime minister sang in front of No. 10 Downing St. has inspired a bit of analysis — and a rash of arrangements and tributes.
The Canadian jazz multi-instrumentalist performs in the NPR Music offices with some of the top young women musicians in Cuba.
The prolific pianist was still in his teens when he joined Marian McPartland for this 2001 session.
Henryk Górecki’s rather simple arrangement of a folk song from the Kurpie region of northeast Poland holds power beyond its purpose.
The eminent pianist was the guest of honor at this year’s Panama Jazz Festival. His quintet performs, and host Christian McBride speaks with the great musician.
Trumpeter Kenny Rampton launched his career on the road with the great performer. At Jazz at Lincoln Center, he presents Ray’s music in the most authentic way he can.
The pianist and educator shows off her classical chops in a solo during “It Could Happen To You.”
From ragtime to our time, from Scott Joplin to Stephen Sondheim, we’ve cooked up a five-hour super set of music for your holiday.