The state premiere of James MacMillan’s dramatic song of Christ’s agony centers the third annual “Fridays in Lent” series at the Cathedral of St. John.
Jesús Muñoz is always looking for something different. A way to grow. A way to present something differently.
When it came time to decide whether to play in a symphony or an ensemble, the members of the Brentano String Quartet drew from the heart.
One of the great Classical interpreters, pianist András Schiff (now Sir András), took the stage of the Lensic Performing Arts Center on Tuesday night.
Locals can become part of the “Je Suis” free speech groundswell with an exhibit opening tonight by political cartoonist Issa Nyaphaga.
Stjepan Hauser didn’t expect anything when he joined up with Luka Sulic.
Oliver Ackermann’s life is going great.
The folk duo Hungrytown – Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson – figure it’s their destiny to perform in out-of-the-way places.
Things are going well for Claire Lynch.
Shana Cleveland can’t wait to get back on the road for touring.
It’s taken a lifetime for Carlos Nuñez to create music.
Life on the road has changed for Brian Greenway.