<i>Times go by Turns</i>, by New York Polyphony, is a collection of poignant texts that, in one way or another, enable you to hover between two worlds and relish those moments of transition.
Laurel Zucker's new disc is a series of musical postcards, from places she's been or has visited in her imagination.
Music by Paulus, Cage, Liebermann, and others, given expression through the unique sonority of the harp.
On their new disc of contemporary works, the members of the Minneapolis Guitar Quartet show off the sonic versatility of their instruments.
Hosts Bob Christiansen and Valerie Kahler come together on March 31, 8 p.m. CST to bring listeners an Easter special to remember - From Darkness to Light .
The latest disc from the singers of Cantus begins with the so-called "Notre Dame" school of the Middle Ages, and makes its way to music by an Indian film composer.
For renowned pianist Rudolf Buchbinder, performing live in front of an audience gives a musical energy which can't be obtained any other way.
How a young New York chamber orchestra finds the links connecting Schubert and Morton Feldman, Philip Glass and Satie.
Yolanda Kondonassis is one of America's foremost players of the harp. Her new discs compiles high points of two decades of making recordings.
The name of composer Xavier Montsalvatge is unfamiliar to many, thanks in part to political isolation, but a new centennial CD may change that.
Julie Amacher and Valerie Kahler look back at the best new releases from 2011.
A new disc offers two colorful ballet scores of the Soviet era--not by Prokofiev, Shostakovich, or Khachaturian.
Murray Perahia is one of the world's leading pianists, and his latest release gathers together all of his recordings by the composer who has meant more to him than perhaps any other: J. S. Bach.
"That Eternal Day" by Cantus explores American sacred music, from Colonial times through today.
On their new disc, Andrew Davis and the BBC Philharmonic perform three suites by Gustav Holst, including far and away his most popular work, The Planets. It's complemented by two lesser known works, which have roots in North Africa and Japan.