William Kentridge’s dazzlingly innovative production of Shostakovich’s shocking, unconventional opera about a beleaguered Russian official and his runaway nose
Enjoy Tony-winner James Naughton’s homage to American songwriter Randy Newman.
Come out to hear the Kilbourn Saxophone Quartet play music for four saxophones from four countries on the exciting finale of this spring season of Live from Hochstein.
Musicians from Gibbs & Main will play a great mix of music by Brahms, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, George Crumb, and Astor Piazzolla.
This week on Live from Hochstein, the Antara Winds are “Startin' Sumthin'” with music by Jean-Philippe Rameau, Lars-Erik Larsson, and Jeff Scott (of Imani Winds).
Violinist Pia Liptak and pianist Ines Draskovic bring us a program of music by Maurice Ravel, George Antheil, and Aaron Copland.
Stop by or tune in to hear music by American romantic Arthur Foote and the world premiere of “Groovet” by Shawn Hundley.
Spend your lunchtime with music for solo viola by Johann Sebastian Bach, as played by world-renowned violist and Eastman professor George Taylor.
Howard Hanson would have loved NPR's From the Top.
He was a passionate educator.
In 1996, musicians all over the world paid tribute to Howard Hanson in celebration of his 100th birth anniversary.
But whether he’s more important as an educator or as a composer is still up in the air.
Join host Robert Hammond and his guest Evan Harrington,