Michael Giacchino not only is a film composer but also a filmmaker. He shares his experience directing and composing music for Marvel’s ‘Werewolf by Night,’ which will be screened with a live performance of his score by the Minnesota Orchestra on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.
Raised in a family surrounded by music, pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason has worked hard to become a successful concert and recording artist. She had help along the way, primarily from her parents, who made sacrifices to ensure that she and her six younger siblings have all had wonderful music educations. Find out more in the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
On this week’s episode of New Classical Tracks, vocal ensemble Conspirare, led by music director Craig Hella Johnson, collaborate with the Miró Quartet in their debut joint album, ‘House of Belonging.’ Find out more!
American cellist Katie Tertell is seeking to recover from Japan forgotten manuscripts by Spanish composer Gaspar Cassadó.
The latest children's book from Julie Andrews, Emma Walton Hamilton and illustrator Elly McKay is about the power of nature and music. They discussed their creative process in an interview with NPR.
Anthony McGill is the principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic, the first Black musician to hold a principal chair in the orchestra’s 178-year history. He also has used the platform to promote racial equity in classical music. Find out more in the latest episode of the ‘Rhapsody in Black’ podcast.
On this week’s episode of New Classical Tracks, violinist Rachel Barton Pine combines classical music and metal in her latest recording, ‘Dependent Arising,’ featuring concertos by Dmitri Shostakovich and Earl Maneein. Find out more!