The idea of performing music depicting Jewish lawbreakers in pre-war Warsaw raised some eyebrows, but it didn't deter the Jerusalem Quartet
Several complaints were made to the station following the broadcast, which was cut short ■ Wagner's music is not usually aired on Israeli radio and television because he was anti-Semitic, and considered Hitler's favorite composer
In a new opera, premiered in the Bavarian city of Regensburg, the relationship between the young, Jewish university student and her married and much older philosophy professor gets center stage
A conversation with Christophe Rousset about faithfulness to authenticity, at all costs.
In an interview for his 80th birthday, the veteran Israel Philharmonic Orchestra maestro is certain the audience loves him, attacks the government and fears for its international image.
Daniel Cohen is thriving in his first season as resident conductor of the Deutsche Oper.
Marianna Vasilyeva, a new immigrant from Russia, is daring to navigate the composer-virtuoso's technically extreme obstacle course by herself.
10-year-old Alma Deutscher has been composing since she was 6. So how did she do it?
An exciting rendition of Beethoven’s 'Appassionata’ sonata by Russian pianist Maria Mazo capped off the 1st phase.
Panels will focus on the diversity of the composer's works, while acknowledging his controversial legacy.
Synagogal Ensemble Berlin performing liturgical marvels, story of Jewish composer who wrote score of Umm Kulthum’s first film, and old Yiddish pop.
Pressler is celebrating his 90th birthday by giving solo performances with some of the world’s greatest orchestras.
Mischa Elman, one of the most spectacular Jewish violinists of the 20th century, will be honored next month at Israel's Keshet Eilon International Violin and String Mastercourse.
Israel Philharmonic mulls postponing its return to its revamped home by a few weeks.
The legendary German composer wasn't quite the anti-Semite people think, says Irad Atir, whose PhD paper was praised by Yad Vashem.
Israeli and Baroque music will ring out from some Jerusalem landmarks this weekend. Psalms feature prominently.
Samsonov was an Israeli vocal pioneer whose distinctive mezzo-soprano voice led many local composers to write works especially for her.
The project is as part of the French TV music channel's 'Mezzo Jazz Mix Festival' international project, which has traveled the world since it was launched in the United States in 2008.
There were no particular sensations at the final concert of the International Piano Master Classes, but there was excellent playing.
The national lottery's competition for theatrical-musical compositions aimed at a young audience has spawned four winning productions.
Pianist Tomer Lev created the MultiPiano ensemble to find alternative opportunities for his talented students. Now they’re on their way to conquering South America.