Yo-Yo Ma has been on stage from an early age, turning out some 90 albums and performing for eight presidents. At 60, the classical music star is taking a step back to reflect on life. On his new album, "Songs…
By PBS NewsHour
Monday on the NewsHour, Slovenia reopens its border to migrants. Also: More Mideast unrest as Secretary of State John Kerry calls for peace, awaiting decisions from Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan, VW owners left in limbo after the emissions…
By Anne Azzi Davenport
Yo-Yo Ma's new album "Songs from the Arc of Life," which came out just before his 60th birthday, focuses on the ups and downs of the human experience.
By Corinne Segal
By Connie Kargbo
Brooklyn violinmaker Samuel Zygmuntowicz has been crafting stringed instruments for about 30 years, and is increasingly using modern tools like computerized tomography and 3D laser vibration scans to perfect his instruments.
By Associated Press
Yo-Yo Ma played his 300-year-old cello for eight of the nine Supreme Court justices. Ma entertained Wednesday at the court's annual spring musical concert in an ornate conference room beneath portraits of Chief Justices Warren Burger and William Rehnquist.
Whether playing folk music with villagers in China, or performing scores written just for her by top classical composers, musician Wu Man has emerged as one of the world's foremost musical ambassadors. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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