Even after three centuries of their existence, the violins spark debate over what makes their sound special
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At 1,428 feet tall and just 60 feet wide, Steinway Tower is so slender that its top floors may sway in the wind
On October 9, the work will be performed in Bonn, Germany, and a recording will be released
A study that simulated airflow and aerosol production in a concert hall suggests moving brass and woodwinds near air vents
The acclaimed British artist's painting of Czech musician Antonín Kammel may be worth upward of $1.3 million
A new project seeks to elevate artists like Harry T. Burleigh and Florence Price, whose work has been ignored by white audiences
On the 250th anniversary of the famous composer’s birth, the story of how his music first took hold across the Atlantic
Created by a Russian engineer, the theremin has delighted and confounded audiences since 1920
Organizers found ways to make the instruments' voices heard after the cancellation of planned concerts in California
The leafy crowd enjoyed a string quartet's performance of Puccini's "Crisantemi"
A music scholar examines the history of the decades-old theory, and what its permanence tells us about who is considered 'canon' in classical music
Each night, the institution will post an encore showing of an opera from its "Met Live in HD" series
For the composer’s 250th birthday, visit the apartments where he lived, the theaters where he worked and his final resting place
"This charming likeness of him is my solace," wrote Pietro Lugiati, the Italian nobleman who commissioned the artwork, in a letter to Mozart’s mother
The National Trust is hoping to preserve the North Carolina house where Simone first learned to play piano
Researchers played nonstop loops of Led Zeppelin, A Tribe Called Quest and Mozart to cheese wheels to find out how sound waves impacted flavor
For Johann Sebastian Bach's 333rd birthday, a team looked at recordings of the composer's work over the last 50 years
New audio recordings by the museum feature roughly 40 instruments, from Ming dynasty lute to the world’s oldest surviving piano
Situated in the heart of Germany, the state of Thuringia is home to more than one thousand years of history.