Formed in 1999, the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin are Ireland's leading collegiate choral ensemble. Their new album, 'Invisible Stars' features choral works of Ireland and Scotland, and the album title comprises several symbolic meanings. Learn more about the ensemble and the recording, and enter for a chance to own a copy of the new CD.
Einojuhani Rautavaara, often hailed as Finland's finest composer since Jean Sibelius, has died at age 87. The Associated Press reports that Rautavaara died Wednesday in Helsinki after complications from hip surgery.
Eric Whitacre is the most popular choral composer today, and his works are beloved by choirs throughout the world. In this one-hour programs, he introduces the music with co-host Brian Newhouse and describes the often-colorful backstory of how each piece came to be.
'A Bridge of Song,' an evening of music and community, to be held at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis. The community is invited to an evening of song and reflection after recent violence in the Twin Cities, Dallas, Baton Rouge and other communities.
2016 was the first year for Classical MPR's Bring the Sing -- a community event that is equal parts sing-along and community gathering. Peruse our gallery of photos and see video highlights from this year's events in Duluth and St. Paul!
Collier's got an agile, fully alive musical mind and a distinct sound and, perhaps most importantly, the willingness to take chances. Listening to his sometimes dizzying debut, you get the sense that he could go in any direction and succeed