Composer Julius Eastman’s personal philosophy was “to be what I am to the fullest. Black to the fullest, a musician to the fullest, and a homosexual to the fullest.” Find out more about his brilliant, beautiful and challenging life in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
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In this week’s New Classical Tracks, pianist Simone Dinnerstein completes her pandemic trilogy with her latest album, ‘Undersong.’
John Birge interviews Tesfa Wondemagegnehu about his project “To Repair” and his upcoming three-day conversation series, “Let’s Not Go Back To Normal: Racial Reckoning, Repair, and Reconciliation” which opens Thursday night in Minneapolis.
Next month's benefit concert, hosted by a Washington-based chamber music group, will raise funds for families affected by the war in Ukraine. All proceeds will be donated to Save the Children.
Saturday Cinema presents a survey of some of the best music winners from films in the ‘30s and ‘40s, from “The Informer” to “The Heiress,” with guest host Kevin O'Connor.
Baritone Henry T. Burleigh, who worked with Antonin Dvorak, is a forgotten figure in American music history. Find out how they helped create a new identity for American sound in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
Yo Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble asks, “What happens when strangers meet?” The idea of "creating peace across borders" is on many people’s minds now, and that’s the focus of this week’s Extra Eclectic, with Steve Seel.