A world premiere by Magnus Lindberg and a time-honored concerto played by Evgeny Kissin bring history and celebration to Carnegie’s season-opening concert.
Experimental Chicago beat-maker Jamal Moss’ astral jazz turn features an unlikely machines-and-horn duet with Daniel Carter that enriches the world around them.
Wein didn’t invent the music festival. But he developed its secret sauce, starting back in 1954. The jazz impresario guides us through highlights from his Newport Jazz Festival.
The bestselling French DJ and producer returns with his first album in 15 years, aided by the great guitarist Guimba Kouyate.
The alto player, one of many to be inspired by Charlie Parker, enjoyed a six-decade career as a leading bandleader and first-call sideman. He was 83.
The young woman who founded Iraq’s youth orchestra believes in the enduring spirit of her musicians. The group planned to bring its act overseas until it was forced into hiatus by ISIS.
Wolfe has just released the recording of Anthracite Fields, which won the 2015 Pulitzer for music. The piece is based on the knotty history of coal-mining families in her home state of Pennsylvania.
The bassist joins Michael Feinstein for a duet of the Gershwin-inspired “Problem” — and tells the story of an inflight encounter with one of the 20th century’s most famous musicians.
The bassist, famous for his precision and beautiful tone, joined Marian McPartland in 1996.
Blowing in from Chicago, a collaboration between two groups who’ve become staples on the city’s underground improvisation scene.