Should Western culture (its ways of life, its traditions as developed from the past) be central in the West?
It is a career jump for Elsa Dreisig. For the first time, the Danish-French soprano and 2016 Operalia-winner is performing in Jules Massenet’s 'Manon' at the Zurich Opera House - together with star tenor Piotr Beczala.
Muscia meets French pianist Hélène Grimaud as she takes to the stage with Lionel Bringuier and the LA Philharmonic Orchestra at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
We explore the power of gong bathing for promoting inner peace and healing.
When you hear the name Puccini the first thing you probably think about is opera: but the great Italian composer's first major work was a piece of church music, the "Messa di Gloria". The London Symphony Orchestra recently performed it at the Barbican Centre under the baton of Sir Antonio Pappano.
Simon Wallfisch's grandmother was a German-born Jewish survivor of Auschwitz. With Brexit approaching, the cellist has adopted German citizenship.
The Harlem Globetrotters have teamed up with the Philly Pops orchestra for a unique performance captured on video.
It's one of the delights of the bel canto-repertoire: Donizetti's opera “Lucia di Lammermoor”. Laurent Pelly creates a dreamlike and mysterious atmosphere at the Vienna Staatsoper . Olga Peretyatko and Juan Diego Flórez incarnate the tragic lovers in this edition of Musica.
The New Year's concert in Vienna is the most watched classic event in the world. Only the greatest maestros get to conduct this legendary concert
A sanctuary in Thailand hopes classical music can 'rehabilitate the souls' of the old, overworked and disabled elephants it cares for.
An Italian farmer believes his buffalo herds make the best cheese of all - thanks to an organic diet, on-demand grooming and a love of Mozart.
The operatic soprano, who died in 1977, is brought back to the stage thanks to technology
In this Musica, Euronews' Katharina Rabillon goes behind the scenes at a 'Concert for Peace' held to commemorate 100 years since the end WW1 at the Royal Opera House at the Palace of Versailles.
Emmental beats: Swiss researchers are playing hip-hop to cheese
Pianos have had a standard 88 keys since 1880. The only piano maker in Australia has completed one with 108 keys.
Photographer Pascal Britz who filmed the performance, wrote on his Facebook page: “This is what happens when classical musicians wait for a delayed flight at 10:00 pm.”
The Greek master dazzles alongside the Luxembourg Philharmonic.
To maintain its place on the world stage, the UK must preserve musicians' freedom of movement, writes viola player Aliye Cornish.
Wagner, whose operas are hailed as musical masterpieces, was Adolf Hitler’s favourite composer, with Nazi followers embracing his anti-Semitic writings and ideology.
To commemorate that slavery started around 400 years ago in the USA, blues and gospel diva Liz McComb wants to bring together the musical heritage of her ancestors, like blues, gospel and jazz, and blend it with that of classical music, a music genre rooted in white European culture.
This edition includes: Swarming bees close off a New York street, while unlikely friendships are being made at a Beijing Zoo.
The Karelian State Philharmonic Orchestra performed on-board a boat at an abandoned marble quarry.
Three European festivals to visit this year are the Globaltica World Cultures Festival in Poland, the Salzburg Festival in Austria and the Boom festival in Portugal highlighting diverse music and drama from around the world
He is among the most innovative and versatile clarinetists of our time: Martin Fröst. He presented his new project "Retrotopia" in Stockholm, where he acts as a soloist and conductor.
A group of puppeteers has brought Egypt's legendary singer Om Kalthoum and her orchestra back to life.