On June 7, we’re hosting a screening of The Music Of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble — with a musical introduction by the renowned cellist and a Q&A with filmmaker Morgan Neville.
A posthumous album from the great behind-the-scenes man sets a retrospective, autumnal focus on songs which gave rise to Toussaint and his city — and thus to a bigger American music canon.
In a 2001 session, the singer and pianist joined host Marian McPartland for a program of standards.
Historian and cornetist Dick Sudhalter provides historical perspective on the great clarinetist and bandleader.
From the ashes of bankruptcy, can a rebooted company relive its glory days? Its new general director discusses the past, present and future.
The singer-songwriter faces her fears with a jazz standard about a love that once was. “[I] couldn’t think of having a more proper goodbye to that home and chapter of my life than this video.”
When Candice Hoyes sings, she’s channeling a legacy of black women in jazz. Her album, On a Turquoise Cloud, celebrates the genre’s storied roots.
Two new volumes of work by the legendary music writer Ralph J. Gleason are out this spring. Though he grew up during the Jazz Age, Gleason loved acts like Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead too.
You may be familiar with Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann. But did you know Mendelssohn’s sister Fanny and Schumman’s wife Clara were accomplished composers, too?
Transgender people are speaking out in society — and singing in choirs nationwide. “Voice is probably one of the deepest signifiers of who a person is,” says the founder of a group about to debut.