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Yuja_Wang

Yuja Wang, a rising pianist in accelerando mode

The classical world boasts an abundance of young keyboard dynamos, but few if any have risen more quickly than Chinese-born pianist Yuja Wang. One of her earliest triumphs came in 2003, when she made ...
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New on CSO Radio: Juanjo Mena conducts the Pastoral

In the 2012/13 season, the CSO held a festival titled Rivers that focused on orchestral works about bodies of water: lakes, oceans, streams and, of course, rivers. Spanish conductor Juanjo Mena leads t...
Cyrille_Aimee

Jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimée insists on singing it her way

Jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimée began a love of music began at...
Jonny_Greenwood

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood offers advice to the class...

In an interview with the BBC, composer Jonny Greenwood asser...
MutterVirtuosi

The Mutter Virtuosi, musical ambassadors in the spirit of Me...

“Making music together, making chamber music, is like ...
Elena Urioste

Elena Urioste finds herself in an Illinois state of mind

Elena Urioste is enjoying an Illinois moment. The New York-b...
Riccardo Muti lauds the Vienna Philharmonic at the 2014 Birgit Nilsson Prize ceremony in Stockholm. | © Fredrik Stehn / Jan Landfeldt

Muti promotes brotherhood at Birgit Nilsson gala concert

STOCKHOLM — Before Riccardo Muti joins the Chicago Symphon...
alicesaraott

Pianist Alice Sara Ott ‘still in the process of discov...

Less than two weeks after sensation Yuja Wang performs in Or...
ThileMeyer

Bluegrass meets classical in dynamic duo of Chris Thile ...

The mandolin and the double bass are the Laurel and Hardy of...
Nicholas_Kraemer

Period-music maestro Nicholas Kraemer promotes ‘Bach w...

Unlike some conductors who lock onto their career paths as c...