Leo Geyer’s “The Orchestras of Auschwitz” weaves remnants of musical scores written by those at the camp into a piece honoring the Holocaust’s victims
A new musical composition represents data from three NASA telescopes as a piece that was performed by an orchestral ensemble
Guests at Chicago's Lyric Opera can now immerse themselves in performances through the SoundShirt’s vibrations
For one fall night, it is tradition for a handful of houses in Sydrugota, on the island of Eysturoy, to open their doors and host intimate concerts
The Bradley Cooper-led film is a dramatization of the storied composer and conductor's complex love life
The famous musician commissioned the trippy mural for his home in Kenwood at the height of Beatlemania
So far, nine artists—including John Legend, T-Pain, Demi Lovato and Charli XCX—have volunteered their voices
The four-night sailing is organized by Swifties, though the singer-songwriter herself won't be on board
Once thought to be a painting, the image of the "stick man" was hiding in a Victorian photo album in England
Chris Strachwitz, founder of Arhoolie Records, crisscrossed the United States photographing and recording musicians where they played
The Beatles Release Their Last Song, ‘Now and Then,’ Featuring A.I.-Extracted Vocals From John Lennon
Based on a demo recorded by Lennon in the 1970s, the song is the "closest we'll ever come to having him back in the room"
The new Las Vegas performance venue challenges musicians and visual artists to produce content for its demanding format
Both instruments are expected to sell for between $1 million and $2 million at auction next month
The new doll is inspired by the legendary performer's appearance on the cover of "Rumours"
After decades in the limelight, the American musician who spent a career exposing the world’s problems explores her own past
“Black Sabbath: The Ballet” honors the legendary band that formed in Birmingham, England
The first of these festivals debuted in the early 1960s, serving as a prime example of the United States' burgeoning counterculture
"Stop Making Sense," known as one of the greatest movies of its kind, returns to the big screen
The prestigious awards will soon be open to permanent residents and those who call the U.S. their "longtime primary home"
Commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera, the work will be based on the accounts of mothers who traveled 3,000 miles to get their loved ones back
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