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By PBS NewsHour
By Victoria Fleischer, Anne Azzi Davenport
Back in 2007, pedestrians hurried by without realizing that the busker playing at the entrance to a Washington, D.C., Metro stop was none other than the Grammy-winning Joshua Bell. Today, Bell set up at the entrance of Union Station, but…
By Carey Reed
The Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) has canceled its concerts until Nov. 8, following a breakdown in contract negotiations between musician unions and management, and the resulting lockout of musicians.
By Victoria Fleischer
Danish singer/songwriter Agnes Obel grew up surrounded by guitars, pianos, marimbas and double basses. Her father collected and sold instruments and her mother was a classical pianist, so perhaps music was in her blood.
By Margaret Warner
Margaret Warner narrates “Peter and the Wolf” Sunday at the Castleton Festival. Photo courtesy of The Castleton FestivalWhen I was asked to narrate Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf at the Castleton Music Festival this year, I was…
By Ellen Rolfes
Italian conductor Claudio Abbado died peacefully in Bologna at the age of 80. He will be remembered for his extraordinary conducting skills, a teacher who championed both new music and new talent.
Pianist Jeremy Denk spoke to Jeffrey Brown before a recital at the Kennedy Center.
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