Are these tiny musicians awe-inspiring or creepy?
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.