Something rare will happen next weekend in the professional life of Grammy-nominated guitarist Ottmar Liebert.
Clarinetist James Shields takes pleasure in performing classical music that’s old and new.
Because Roshan Jamal Bhartiya is a master of the sitar, sometimes people will utter the word “ustad” …
Every year the John Donald Robb Composers’ Symposium trumpets its goal of offering new music.
How’s this for contrast: A piece based on South African polyrhythms on the same program with music of Ludwig van Beethoven and Antonin Dvorak.
Women of the World competition includes 72 poets, festival events
Notable Albuquerque trumpeter Bobby Shew has listened to plenty of jazz singers and knows talent when he hears it.
Violinist/fiddler Mark O’Connor is wild about all genres of American music – Americana.
Handel oratorio part of St. John Cathedral’s ‘Fridays in Lent’ series
George Schuller can’t help but think he’s a lucky guy playing with famous “cool jazz” alto saxophonist Lee Konitz.
Imitation, the adage goes, is the sincerest form of flattery.
The folk duo Hungrytown – Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson – figure it’s their destiny to perform in out-of-the-way places.