For the revived Worldwide Music Play-In, classical musicians of all levels and all ages from the five boroughs joined players around the globe.
David Broza, an Israeli singer-songwriter, employs a universal language on his regular visits with young people at the Shuafat Refugee Camp in Jerusalem.
Mamoru Samuragochi, who was hailed as a deaf musical genius, said he knew his deception would be revealed one day.
A selected guide to performances of classical music in New York City.
Charlemagne Palestine made his debut performance as an organist in New York City, after decades of recognition since the 1960s, as a leading Minimalist composer and visual artist.
Karen Wyman, a singer who rose to early fame in the late 1960s, is on the comeback trail.