Schools, faith and community groups as well as professional musicians are all struggling with the risks of singing. Experts present the most recent research and offer strategies to mitigate the risks.
The National Virtual Medical Orchestra brings together healthcare workers and gives them a creative outlet during the pandemic.
While a valiant endeavor, the Metropolitan Opera's new series of steaming concerts can't seem to shake off opera's fusty, aristocratic roots.
Pianist Yuja Wang, violinist Leonidas Kavakos and several prominent academics have been accused this week of making anti-Black comments. Ensuing debates have been playing out on Twitter and Instagram.
July 21 marks the centennial of the birth of violinist Isaac Stern. He was not only an acclaimed musician and advocate for the arts, but a devoted teacher who was a mentor to generations of musicians.
Even before the age of social-distancing, composer and conductor Eric Whitacre had been leading an online chorus for a decade. Choir members say the connection they foster is more important than ever.
After he was released from a juvenile detention facility, with the help of a series of teachers, Ryan Speedo Green turned his life around.
As Spain lifted its national state of emergency, the Liceu opera house in Barcelona found alternative living things to fill nearly 2,300 seats.
WETA looks back at the people and events of the 1980s — the disorderly decade that saw Washington's emergence as a true global capital.
Classical WETA's online station VivaLaVoce presents classical vocal music in all its forms, from the Middle Ages to the present, 24 hours per day.
Sesame Street, the recipient of 85 Emmys, helps children learn and grow with its unique blend of excitement, humor, and compassion.
WETA's local history blog uncovers the people and events of the past that have helped to shape our community.
Enjoy this step through time charting WETA's history from its founding in the 1950s to becoming a major national producer for PBS.