The Journal of Schenkerian Studies and its editors found themselves under attack at the University of North Texas. But should music theory be changed to meet today’s views?
More and more older people are leading active lifestyles, but the raging coronavirus pandemic is highlighting questions that society hitherto sought to suppress. The first article in a series
The transition to online performances had begun before the coronavirus epidemic, but it’s now been given a major boost. Here are a few of the classical music options available in your home
Iconic conductor chooses Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 to celebrate his final performance as music director
His family was murdered in the Holocaust, Stalin persecuted him and the Soviet regime ignored his work. Only now is the world discovering the artistry of the composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg
'China has an enormous arena for classical music, which is growing quickly and many in Israel don’t know about it,' says Prof. Arie Vardi, who will sit on the panel of jurists alongside Julliard professor Yoheved Kaplinsky
Family Gives 18th Century Violin to American Jewish Student After It Was Stolen and Retrieved by FBI
The violin, stolen from a Jewish violinist from Lodz, could have been sold for a lot of money to collectors, but the family wanted to give it to a promising young musician
The cognitive psychologist spent years studying happiness, yet now he considers satisfaction and life satisfaction of greater importance to people
The most severe incident was in Santiago, where a poster was distributed depicting the conductor with blood on his chest and hands
Israel consistently ranks among the top countries on the World Happiness Report – well ahead of the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Germany. How is that possible?
In the letter, the composer asserts that ‘Jewish assimilation into French society prevents the French from distinguishing the corroding influence of the Jewish spirit on modern culture’
Lahav Shani is taking over the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra – and he promises to show Israelis the beauty in Wagner
As the conductor celebrated his 75th birthday recently, the Israeli establishment preferred to ignore the Argentine-Israeli maestro. He's unconcerned by that, but is worried about the lack of musical education everywhere
A promise was made in 1943
The Israel Camerata Jerusalem and Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra will perform ‘House of Cards in Concert’ this week. Composer-conductor Jeff Beal hopes it will introduce a new audience to classical music
After over three decades at its helm, the Indian-born conductor will leave in October 2018.