No baton necessary: A legendary conductor leads an orchestra using winks, smiles and nods.
A beautifully made instrument is a work of art. But even a priceless violin can't produce a sweet sound if the horsehair on the bow isn't well crafted.
The French countertenor performs a stunning rendition of “To Chloris.”
The fiddler and her friend, dancer Stephanie Cadman, take the G Minor Presto on a mini-tour.
The cello virtuoso joins some friends for a unique jam session.
On this April 1, an imaginary group of musical activists is on a mission to take the sharps and flats out of classical music.
Matt Weesner on how an Austrian media artist's clever idea turned into beautiful music.
When preparing for a great performance, the printed score is only the beginning of the story.
Glenn Gould, Felix Mendelssohn and Pablo Casals on what makes Bach's music so wonderful.
In contemporary compositions, the limitations of the human voice often work in its favor.