Empty of its usual visitors, the Louvre's gallery spaces were filled with the strains of Bach in a performance by cellist Camille Thomas who went viral in France's first lockdown.
Melding the ornate trappings of medieval faith with 21st century science, Salisbury Cathedral is injecting new hope into Britain's biggest ever vaccination programme.
The Metropolitan Opera's pay per view online concerts make Christmas for music lovers across the globe with performances from operatic stars. Its online format is a solution to get musicians to their audiences and to remove the veil of darkness on opera houses during the pandemic.
Musica goes behind the scenes to capture Puccini's masterpiece with Juan Diego Flórez and Ruzan Mantashyan.
In Lopburi, tourists have stopped coming creating a problem for the city's macaques.
What happens when a famous tenor and a master of the harp get together? The result is a very special programme: Rolando Villazón and Xavier de Maistre present the 'Serenata Latina' – “Across Latin America”.
Latin American melodies intimate – in this edition of Musica on euronews and
Play it slow: Composer John Cage's 639-year legacy to the world undergoes its first chord change for seven years
A group of youth musicians from Heliopolis, the largest favela of Sao Paulo, performed on Tuesday in the streets of the neighbourhood in an attempt to provide a respite from COVID-19.
The show goes on: Così fan tutte performed at the Salzburg Festival. Austria's music and drama festival returns to celebrate its first centenary, despite the coronavirus pandemic.