Meet the new conductor of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra.
A new book relates the history of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra.
Amy Nathan ’67 aims to help kids over musical rough patches with The Young Musician’s Survival Guide.
A music critic reviews composer John Adams’s memoir.
The classic folksong “One Meat Ball” got its start at Harvard.
The cello virtuoso speaks to students interested in arts careers, and President Faust announces progress on arts offerings.
The Chiara String Quartet are Harvard’s current Blodgett Artists-in-Residence.
Music critic Alex Ross ’90 has just been named a MacArthur Fellow for his encyclopedic first book…
Critic Alex Ross keeps “classical” music current…
Harvard professor Lewis Lockwood and the Julliard String Quartet have collaborated on Inside Beethoven’s Quartets: History, Performance, Interpretation…
During its first international tour, in 1921, the Harvard Glee Club inspired French composers Francis Poulenc and Darius Milhaud to write new…
At the end of Pink Martini’s Carnegie Hall debut this past June, a conga line broke out in the audience and bounced its way up and down…