Hear what happens when jazz fusion comes together with the lead singer of the prog-rock band Yes.
“Prepared” guitar virtuoso explains the process behind a composition that is also a gift to her listeners.
The composer and trombonist has covered a lot of territory, from jazz to Balkan brass bands to arranging for Kronos quartet. His latest album enlists three guitars and one very esoteric concept.
Lead singers Martina DaSilva and Kate Davis immediately recall an era when intricate vocal harmonies were more common in jazz. Appropriately, they take on the music of classic Walt Disney films.
Take a look back at some favorite holiday songs performed on the show throughout the years.
Composer and librettist Mark Adamo set out to write an emotionally honest opera about the commercialism of the Christmas season.
Hear a deceptive take on the winter blues by way of a versatile choir, a young New York composer and a 150-year-old poem by Longfellow.
Kenny Barron, Fred Hersch, Carmen Staaf and Joey Alexander — a roster whose ages span more than 60 years — play solo renditions of their holiday favorites at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
He has no signs, no store, no advertising. He’s in his late 70s and makes all his instruments by hand. But, as percussionists around the world know, nothing sounds like a Cali Rivera cowbell.
A misunderstanding morphed into an exciting idea: Take 10 American composers to Cuba. Hear their Havana concert.