The vocalist, acompanied by bassist Sean Smith, performs “Song For The Geese” in this 1998 session.
When a film starts, “you have anywhere from two to 10 seconds to get the audience’s attention,” score writer Bear McCreary says. He gained this and other advice from his mentor, whom he met by chance.
Founded in 2014, this vibrant, new choral group juxtaposes William Byrd’s Renaissance classic with newly commissioned inspirations.
The pianist and composer left his home country seven years ago. Michelle Mercer says Rodriguez’s latest album is the sound of a prodigiously talented Cuban embracing the wider world of music.
The incisive conductor and early-music expert died Saturday at age 86. His recordings of such composers as Bach and Mozart made him a legend.
Hear the bassist and singer perform his composition “Blues For Marilyn” and several standards.
The composition is so popular that old-timey taxi horns Gershwin called for are rented by orchestras all over the country. But a musicologist says they’ve been using the wrong ones.
A beautiful folk song solidifies The Ballroom Thieves’ message with the aid of a youth orchestra.
The young British composer’s playful pieces split the difference between art-pop and electric minimalism, and her new video adds to the grid-like, artsy fun.
The imaginative pianist swings with easy grace while playing “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” in 1992.