David Balakrishnan of the Turtle Island Quartet speaks about his collaboration with Terence Blanchard on the concert production of Fire Shut Up In My Bones, the first opera by a Black composer to be performed by the Metropolitan Opera.
Ahead of his program of lieder and spirituals with the Washington Performing Arts, bass-baritone Joseph Parrish speaks about the uniquely personal program, his inspirations, and shares advice with young artists.
Michele Fowlin, Artistic Director of Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir, speaks about her journey in music education and its invaluable importance ahead of the choir's season finale.
Evan Keely speaks with the outstanding artists of many disciplines who unite to explore African American stories told in the song cycle Cotton, presented on the inaugural Ruth Bader Ginsburg Memorial Recital.
Hear from Sheku Kanneh-Mason himself on his thoughts on the Elgar Cello Concerto, which he performs with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore, presented by Washington Performing Arts.