A version of the hit “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot and the Seattle Symphony drew a large crowd of dancers to the stage this weekend.
The guitarist and composer says that in spite of all the styles of music he’s played — Indian Carnatic, classical, jazz, rock, blues — there’s always more to learn.
The pianist’s refined and lyrical style is on display as she performs her own “Night Train” in a session from 2008.
From a traditional blessing to a children’s dance, hear a violin address the African diaspora — and a trumpet tell a bedtime story.
Two weeks after the initial furor regarding mezzo-soprano Tara Erraught’s first performance at the Glyndebourne Festival in the U.K., we’re still examining how women are valued onstage.
Watch the celebrated pianist play Bach’s Two-part Inventions, which can zing with the speed of a sewing machine, or unfold slowly like a gentle aria.
The Estonian composer’s contemplative yet powerful music has found popularity beyond the borders of classical music. He’s making a rare appearance in the U.S. to attend a festival of his music.
The soul singer keeps reinventing others’ songs and himself. James’ new album is more direct than his earlier material in some ways, and more experimental in others, but grounded in a soulful groove.
In a session from 1998, the pianist performs his original “Oh, Look at Me Now” and duets with host Marian McPartland for George Gershwin’s “They Can’t Take that Away From Me.”
Though the composer and singer-songwriter wasn’t raised in Los Angeles, The Ambassador feels like a musical tour of the city, right down to specific addresses used as song titles.