• 17. March 2016 •

A conversation with Olga Neuwirth on the persistence of sexism in classical music.

 • 1. February 2018 •

How Teodor Currentzis became a Russian sex symbol.

 • 4. February 2021 •

An interview with orchestral touring expert Guido Frackers.

 • 11. February 2021 •

Setting the record straight.

 • 7. January 2021 •

How Schubert accompanies Graham Johnson.

 • 21. January 2021 •

An interview with Mary Kouyoumdjian.

 • 29. October 2020 •

Alex Ross on Richard Wagner.

 • 4. March 2021 •

The Premieres Lost to COVID-19

 • 18. February 2021 •

The secret lives of ushers.

 • 27. November 2020 •

Can opera techniques help COVID-19 patients?

 • 17. October 2020 •

The renewed relevance of Beethoven’s “Egmont”

 • 17. December 2020 •

Beethoven at the Brink

 • 26. July 2018

Bang on a Can, “Arthur,” and the avant-garde music meme factory.

 • 4. April 2019 •

Opera owes its heritage to the Middle East. Why do we silence this legacy?

 • 25. February 2021 •

The cinematography of pandemic opera.

 • 28. January 2021 • ,

Can a lawsuit determine Heinrich Schenker’s legacy?

 • 17. November 2016 • ,

What’s a classical musician to do in Trump’s America?

 • 18. January 2018 • ,

A satire, a lawsuit, and a thin-skinned violinist.

 • 24. May 2018 •

James Levine is suing the Met. No matter what, both parties lose.

 • 9. April 2020 •

After 19 years of sexual harassment allegations, Dan Welcher has been fired.

 • 5. March 2020 •

Tracing Beethoven’s Ninth through the Brexit debacle.

 • 12. November 2020 •

What’s behind Orpheus Classical?

 • 6. November 2020 •

The US election’s deceptive cadence.

 • 1. December 2016 •

Does marijuana have a future in classical music?

 • 27. August 2020 •

Was an Aspen Music Festival musical production racist?

 • 11. June 2020 •

In Taiwan, an orchestra plays by COVID rules.

 • 30. July 2020 •

Fear, anger, and harassment at the Badisches Staatstheater in Karlsruhe.

 • 30. April 2020 •

An orchestra stares into the financial abyss.

 • 21. January 2021 •

All 672.

 • 27. November 2020 • ,

Oh, what fun.

 • 22. October 2020 •

The classical leanings of one of LSD’s biggest advocates.

 • 3. November 2020 •

…in Case You Need to Scream

 • 16. August 2018 •

What would singers do without them?

 • 25. June 2020 •

Yes, every single one.

 • 5. April 2018 •

And wound up hating Mozart.

 • 3. May 2018 •

Unpacking the Instagram score-studying aesthetic.

 • 22. September 2016 •

Who’s Your Conductor Soul Mate?

 • 15. June 2017 •

What classical music gets up to on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 • 27. April 2017 •

What classical music gets up to on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 • 30. March 2017 •

What classical music gets up Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 • 30. March 2017 •

What classical music gets up to on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 • 26. January 2017 •

What classical music gets up to on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 • 27. October 2016 •

Katherine Balch dives into plant sounds, nonlinear novels, humming, and shivering.

 • 20. April 2017 •

Sounds and wanderings by the composer Kristina Wolfe.

 • 19. January 2017 •

Empathy and perception with the composer Sky Macklay.

 • 6. October 2016 •

Cult appeal and the universe with the composer Dylan Mattingly.

 • 18. August 2016 •

Procrastination and the search for simplicity with the composer Natalie Draper.

 • 28. April 2016 •

Scoring Hong Kong film and arranging Harry Partch.

 • 3. March 2016 •

Playing Chopin and poker, at home and abroad.

 • 18. February 2021 •

By George E. Lewis.

 • 22. October 2020 •

An interview with Wendy M.K. Shaw

 • 22. October 2020 •

An essay by Sandeep Bhagwati

 • 22. October 2020 •

Part II of a two-part essay

 • 11. May 2017 •

A photo essay from Thessia Machado’s studio.

 • 8. September 2016 •

Where do piano tuners spend their days?

 • 18. February 2016 •

Listening to Kim Jong-il’s operas.

 • 18. January 2016 •

A photo essay from an organ builder’s workshop.

 • 15. December 2016 •

Matt Haimovitz in Sarasota, Florida.

 • 8. September 2016 •

Matt Haimovitz in Cormons, Italy.

 • 28. July 2016 •

Matt Haimovitz in Fishtail, Montana.

 • 4. January 2018 •

Who loved it, who hated it – Seth MacFarlane at the San Francisco Symphony.

 • 30. November 2017 •

Who loved it, who hated it – “Girls of the Golden West.”

 • 8. October 2017 •

Who loved it, who hated it – “Elektra” at the Deutsche Oper.

 • 31. March 2016 • ,

Two graphic designers on new classical album covers.

 • 18. February 2016 •

A poem by David Ferry, in sound.