For generations of Israeli governments, Barenboim is a tremendous find. Mention of his name is more effective than the Iranian bomb, because for the right Barenboim is the ultimate symbol of fear.
A renowned Czech ensemble plays the works of the two composers on a recording that is a pleasure to listen to.
Musicians involved in Nazareth-based program opened a climate summit in Paris, in presence of UN leaders, diplomats and other dignitaries.
Classical Music Review An Enigma Resolved: The Choral Works of Olivier Messiaen Flourish in New Album
A new album by Danish musicians and singers presents beautiful vocal works by the French avant-garde composer.
False symmetry between victims of summer war causes disharmony near Gazan border. Perhaps next time a measure of anger would be more suitable.
A mandolin in Carnegie Hall? 'Five years ago I would have been skeptical,' Avi Avital says.
It’s important that audience members know exactly when to applaud during performances.
Israel-American violinist David Radzynski had never played with a professional orchestra before, but he’s just landed his first job – concertmaster for the IPO. He still can’t believe his pluck.
In the Israeli pianist’s album the piano often sound clear and bright, with sounds cascading like refined pearls, while at other times it seems like a full symphonic orchestra.
Zubin Mehta is the best thing that ever happened to Israel's premier orchestra, helping it maintain subscribers and global prestige. But after so many years, is he really its one and only music director?