1 hr ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Five-time Tony Award-winning theatre icon and frequent small screen and big screen player Audra McDonald talks about her sensational new Broadway-themed album, GO BACK HOME and takes us behind the creation of some tracks in particular with some fascinating behind-the-scenes clips just released by Nonesuch.
3 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian
Proud leader: Armand Diangenda is the founder of the Democratic Republic of Congo's Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste de Kinshasa Nathalie is a single mum who struggles to clothe her little boy and pay the rent.
7 hrs ago | Star Tribune
Edo de Waart, an SPCO artistic partner, opens the chamber orchestra's 2013-14 season in September, with music of Beethoven.
7 hrs ago | IcNorthWales
The festival, which runs from July 21-27, is one of the largest free music events in Wales, and relies solely on audience donations and sponsorship.
8 hrs ago | OUPblog
The issue and performance of previously unpublished musical works - juvenilia, early pieces, and even completions by others of music left by composers, for one reason or another, incomplete - always provokes interesting debate.
10 hrs ago | Art Voice
What can you expect when a talented trio of performers, equally at home in jazz originals and jazz improvisations, as well as contemporary avant-garde classical music, and who all happen to be accomplished composers get together? Judging from the first performances of the resAUnance trio-vocalist Esin GA1 4ndA1 4z, keyboard player Michael McNeil ... (more)
12 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
A dozen of the county's best classical performers - between the ages of 12 and 19 - took part in last Saturday's showcase, which was held at the Assembly Room in Devizes Town Hall.
Iranian musician and composer Saied Jafar-zadeh, also known as Parvaz Homay, will perform with his ensemble, Mastan, on Sunday, May 26, at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center in College Park.
Count Almaviva, muscles bulging and resplendent in white, struts like a peacock across the stage belting his baritone at his countess, who sits in a flowing red gown against a sparse backdrop of sleek, modernist lines.
Though they haven't faced too many annoying questions yet, there's one question the Montreal-based band Plumes is tired of people asking them: Where did they get their name? "This is only the second interview that we've done for this tour," said Geof Holbrook of Plumes.
The June issue of Gramophone is on sale now, in which we reveal the Hall of Fame 2013 .
Thirty-four-year-old Latvia native Andris Nelsons, seen here with the BSO last summer at Tanglewood, is set to become the Boston Symphony Orchestra's 15th music director.
A couple of years ago, Joshua Smith, principal flute of The Cleveland Orchestra, met Sean Watterson, who had recently returned to his hometown of Cleveland after a career in international finance.
Pianist Miss Dariescu, who last visited Devizes in 2009, will return to give a recital at the town hall on June 18, just two weeks after her Royal Albert Hall debut, playing Beethoven's Emper-or Concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Yes folks this is John Barrowman looking absolutely fabulous! The illustrious leader of Torchwood starred as Zaza for La Cage Aux Folles a few years back and he was brillant.
Electric Ladyland was the third and final album by Jim Hendrix which was released in October 1968.
EVERY colour in the rainbow is set to burst onto the Palace Theatre stage in Andrew Lloyd-Webber's smash hit production, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.