Black Violin's new album is called "Take The Stairs."
Roman Totenberg was a virtuoso violinist whose rare Stradivarius was stolen in 1980.
One of Mexico's most renowned classical composers, Ortiz's latest work was commissioned by Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic and inspired by Mexico's first liberator of slaves.
The British conductor, harpsichordist and scholar helped reignite interest in works by composers like Monteverdi — but he also championed new works and wrote notable film scores of his own.
How much do (do do do do do) you think the soprano knows about the hit children's song Baby Shark? We'll find out.
Léon Theremin was a cellist and a physicist and found out that you can create a sound by moving your hand in electromagnetic fields.
Ten years ago, Costanzo had surgery that threatened to destroy his singing voice. Now the countertenor is starring as a gender-fluid Egyptian pharaoh in a new production by the Metropolitan Opera.
Joker is a psychological character study of a disturbed man who turns violent. To give the comic book villain human depth, composer Hildur Guðnadóttir had to dig deep and empathize with the character.
WETA Arts spotlights and celebrates visual and performing art in Greater Washington. WETA Around Town's Robert Aubry Davis, a fixture in the Washington-area arts scene, hosts the program.
Choral Showcase presents the best in classical choral music from Washington and beyond each Sunday evening.
Designed for children ages 3-5, Pinkalicious & Peterrific encourages kids to engage in the creative arts and self-expression, covering areas such as music, dance and visual arts.
Local writer Kim O'Connell discusses her unique family history as the daughter of an American serviceman father and a Vietnamese mother.
Enjoy this step through time charting WETA's history from its founding in the 1950s to becoming a major national producer for PBS.