For more than two centuries, France's Pleyel pianos were among the best in the world. They were a favorite of Chopin and Debussy. But now the iconic brand has been forced to close its last remaining plant.
Is there science behind using Brahms as a lullaby for your pooch?
Daniel Barenboim returns as the Vienna Philharmonic grapples with the past.
He nearly gave up the instrument when he brother passed away. Instead, he kept playing and inspired scores of local musicians.
The names, news stories and performances that defined classical music in Colorado in 2013.
Dance productions that play for only one or two nights provide limited opportunities for dancers, choreographers, press and patrons alike. So why are so many Colorado dance institutions using this model when it comes to presenting their work?