The artistic director of a Jewish orchestra discovers a genre’s roots.
The solace of John Cage’s speaking and writing.
From mountain camping to Concertgebouw audition.
Music on the border to the Gaza Strip.
On the effort performers put into looking effortless.
The music of the people who tried, and failed, to achieve America’s highest office.
On pacifism in Britten and the music world today.
Science fiction and Morton Feldman’s “Three Voices.”