Life as a young conductor is never easy. There are too few jobs for too many talented newcomers. Orchestras' governing boards tend to be a conservative lot, unwilling to step out onto too many limbs…
In the world of classical music, orchestra audiences -- or at least the boards of such institutions -- would often rather hedge their bets and hire music directors in their 70s or even 80s than take…
With the success of his score for Henry Selick's "Coraline," Bruno Coulais' American profile has skyrocketed.
The British Music Experience leads visitors through generations of British music, from postwar to the present.