CALLIE CROSSLEY SHOW
To see the performance "Woody Sez," and to hear Guthrie's songs again, one is struck by how relevant the music is today, given our country's current economic situation.
Sing "Born to Run" for WGBH News
Phillip Martin after the Boston show
An in-depth listen to the song that launched the Boss's career into stardom and established his gritty version of rock-n-roll.
The singer launched her Born This Way Foundation at Harvard accompanied by an all-star lineup — and the Twitterverse liked it.
Boston Globe classical music critic Jeremy Eichler talks about significant stories of the classical music season so far.
An extravagantly talented bass-baritone takes an unfortunate early retirement at age 52.
The dynamic pianist escaped the Nazis to build a brilliant career.
One of the most exciting musicians of our time is recognized with a so-called "Genius Grant"
The Boston Pops' 126th season is now underway, with a special focus on the American Songbook. That's a phrase we've all heard -- but what does it actually mean? WGBH's Jared Bowen asked the experts.
"Even as we were thrown in jail someone would sing a song," recalls Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) in this history of the civil-rights movement and its freedom music, featuring potent performances by John Legend, the Roots, Wyclef Jean, Angie Stone, Joss Stone.
MARK VOLPE ON LEVINE'S RESIGNATION
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Sir Simon Rattle has been working with Ensemble ACJW, which just premiered David Bruce's Steampunk at Weill Recital Hall.
With an unprecedented 102 keys, the Stuart and Sons grand has a distinctive sound that one pianist describes as “clear and crisp as white wine.”
Last January, Romel Joseph found himself trapped under the rubble of the collapsed school he founded in Port-au-Prince; his pregnant wife was killed. A year later, he has regained enough strength to start playing music again and is making good on a promise to rebuild the school.
Check out some recent NPR pieces about classical music.
Violinist Nikolaj Znaider visited 99.5 All Classical and brought along the instrument of a legendary artist.
Alex Ross, music critic for the New Yorker and author of The Rest is Noise, visits Cambridge this evening.
A young, Boston-bred pianist wins one of the most significant prizes in music.
Learn more about the great soprano, who passed away yesterday.
The 21-year-old from Miami, Fla., currently based in France, used deft and subtle phrasing to win over the all-star cast of judges. Her victory took place amid a gala concert, and comes with a $20,000 scholarship and recording contract.