Watch the Grammy-winning Chicago sextet perform new music by David Lang, Bryce Dessner and Robert Honstein.
The new music ensemble from New York puts a bold, orchestral spin on that Beatles song you always skip over on the White Album.
The singer and pianist performs her legendary version of “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love” in a 1988 session.
The bassist spends a lot of time in midtown Manhattan for his day job with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. But his roots, and the music he’s made about them, are uptown.
Bassist and Jazz Night In America host Christian McBride spotlights a vocalist from France, a drummer from Mexico and a trumpet-playing South African legend.
In honor of International Jazz Day, our Throwback Thursday this week revisits five jazz tiny desk concerts that knocked our socks off. Ya dig?
It’s but a standard warhorse, plucked from a seemingly random live date in 1978. But once she initiates the finale sequence, you can only shake your head and smile.
The popular jazz singer follows a familiar pattern on his new album: It’s acoustic, unconcerned with fashion or complexity, and both overpowering and soothing. That’s a good thing.
The show tells the story of the last night of the president’s life. “We took the myth of JFK and we really attempted to make him mortal,” librettist Royce Vavrek says.
With a career that began at age 7, the violinist became one of the 20th century’s most beloved musicians and so much more than a virtuoso.