The Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and New York Times-bestselling author discusses some great works of art, unrealized projects, and an upcoming book that’s sure to excite fans of the celebrated storyteller.
A few thoughts on the phrase “classical music” and the ongoing debate it has inspired.
Examining the oft-repeated, but seldom considered maxim that classical music is dying.
Taking a closer look at the tenuous division between the life of the body and the life of the mind.
The co-founder of Experiment.com discusses popular misconceptions of science, useful reading, and those special moments of “jelly” in scientific discovery.
The actor, artist, author, and filmmaker discusses his latest film “The Misogynists,” past works, children's literature, and other elements of his decidedly bizarre career.
A look at five examples from America’s vast and surprisingly rich symphonic canon due for reappraisal from classical music audiences.
Taking a closer look at the issue of diversity in Western orchestras and some of its proposed solutions.
Brad S. Ross remembers the conductor and educator, who collaborated with the musical legends Leonard Bernstein and Duke Ellington, on what would have been his 88th birthday.
The Pulitzer Prize recipient and two-time Grammy Award-winning composer discusses her recent work, contemporary favorites, and the upcoming premiere of her Tuba Concerto.