The 29-year-old pianist and composer who performs all the on-screen music in the Oscar-nominated movie, Green Book, explains how it was done.
The mayor of Cremona, Italy, blocked traffic during five weeks of recording and asked residents to please keep quiet so master musicians could play four instruments — note by note — for posterity.
How did Samuel Barber's stirring, lush work for strings — music that has become America's semi-official music of mourning — become a beloved and endlessly remixed dance floor anthem?
Venezuela-born conductor Carlos Izcaray of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra tells Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd about music he's turning to for solace as unrest grows in his native country.
The warm-voiced, and much admired, singer eschewed the glitzy life of an opera star to concentrate on the art of vocal communication.
Oscar-nominated film composer Nicholas Britell seeks out sounds that capture a movie's essence. His process involves many discussions with directors — and a lot of experimenting.
Produced by WETA and anchored by managing editor Judy Woodruff, PBS NewsHour provides in-depth analysis of current events with a team of seasoned and highly regarded journalists.
Choral Showcase will feature performances by the Washington Bach Consort from the past year, each conducted by one of the five candidates for the position of artistic director.
What happens when a homebrewer, a local business and a museum join forces? Historic beer!
Art instructor Roey Ebert helps guide budding young artists step-by-step through the painting process in the new how-to series Roey's Paintbox.
Local writer Kim O'Connell discusses her unique family history as the daughter of an American serviceman father and a Vietnamese mother.
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