The title of Aaron Copland’s most famous piece, far from being a meaningless platitude, is a clear political statement.
Before David Draiman became famous as the singer of the heavy metal band Disturbed, he trained to be a cantor. That didn’t go so well.
Radiohead is ignoring the criticisms of BDS supporters like Roger Waters. They will be playing Tel Aviv this July.
Bob Dylan’s forthcoming release “Triplicate” is his first triple album.
Philip Glass turns 80 on January 31. 40 years after he broke onto the scene, he’s still trying to live down the labels his early critics gave him.
A cache of letters written by Tchaikovsky reveals some startling bigotry. But were his views as offensive as Richard Wagner’s?11
Soprano Roberta Peters has died at 86. We remember the high points (and high notes) of her illustrious career.3
Meyer’s Hardware on Chicago’s South Side was once the site of one of America’s most prominent jazz clubs.
Critic, gadfly and columnist Nat Hentoff has died at 91. We remember his contradictions and his prescient vision of Bob Dylan’s klezmer roots.3
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