Intriguing new books explore the history of jazz in films and television, as both soundscape and subject matter.
As orchestras return to the stage and recording studio it’s far from business as usual.
Bassist/composer Lisa Mezzacappa takes the leap into opera in an original way.
Four conductors discuss their experiences, views on orchestral culture, and whether things are getting better.
The 20-member ensemble is set to give an avian-inspired John Luther Adams work an airing in upstate New York.
With so many amateur and student musicians missing their in-person lessons, the demand for web-based learning is greater than ever.
Stacy Garrop’s The Battle for the Ballot gets a world premiere in 2020 despite the lockdown and the dispersal of Cabrillo’s orchestra across the U.S. It’s just that important.
The box set documents the conductor’s 16 years with the orchestra and the transformations he inaugurated.
This summer’s online festival offers its courses, master classes, symposium, and keynote addresses to a broader audience than ever.
The celebrated Iranian singer and Kronos collaborator crosses new boundaries with a CD of traditional and contemporary Persian poetry recorded with a Norwegian jazz trio.