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Fox has signed on to produce the film, inspired by elements of Mr. Williams’s childhood in Virginia Beach, and Michael Mayer will direct.
A score that Leonard Bernstein borrowed from the Vienna Philharmonic half a century ago was given back as a 175th birthday present.
What draws so many black fans to Korean pop music? We explore the question on a Friday night in Newark, where thousands of fans pour in to see BTS, one of the most popular Korean pop bands in the world.
In Breaux Bridge and Lafayette, La., music is the magnet — the Festival International de Louisiane is scheduled for April. Boudin is on the menu too.
A new documentary explores the life and work of this musician and artist, who died last year. He wanted to dissolve musical hierarchies.
His release isn’t an album or a mixtape, but a playlist — a move that could position him to shift the music industry once again. A panel discussion, on Popcast.
This rapper’s new release, a 22-track playlist, is his seventh consecutive chart-topper. It racked up 385 million song plays in its debut week.
In a new book, “Mr. Rotten’s Songbook,” the Public Image Ltd. and Sex Pistols frontman, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten, collects the lyrics to every song he’s ever written.
The conductor David Robertson describes a favorite passage from John Adams’s Passion oratorio, which he will lead on Friday at Carnegie Hall.
A concert dedicated to one of the ensemble’s founders, Francis Thorne, who died on March 7, introduced three works and offered a Steve Reich masterpiece.
As a staff photographer for Columbia Records, Mr. Hunstein shot Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday and many others.
As a staff photographer for Columbia Records, Mr. Hunstein shot Bob Dylan, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and many others.
Hear 10 notable new tracks, from a 1959 Thelonious Monk recording to Gorillaz's collaboration with Popcaan to a song off Chuck Berry's final album.
The singer and guitarist on his controversial interviews, playing with Dead & Company and dancing in his coming music video.
The pianist and trumpeter talk about their work on the new album “The Music of John Lewis,” their New Orleans roots and their musical forefathers.
Miah Persson, on her own after a baritone partner fell ill, explored life and love in a thoughtful recital at Zankel Hall.
Cristina Martinez and Jon Spencer form one of New York’s longest-running rock couples. After a 17-year break, their band is back with a gritty album.
The festival will take place around New York City and will also pay tribute to Prince and Alice Coltrane.
Real Estate, the New Jersey quintet, played some songs from their new album, "In Mind," and answered questions about their musical influences and guitar-playing techniques.
The choreographer Mark Morris, the visual artists Jeremy Deller and Judy Chicago and DJ Spooky are among the participants in “Sgt. Pepper at 50” in Liverpool, the Beatles’ hometown.
After more than five years of self-imposed pop exile, this guitar virtuoso wants another blockbuster album. Then he hopes to settle down.
Phil Elverum wrote “A Crow Looked at Me” in the aftermath of his wife’s death. The songs explore his grief.
Christophe Coppens, a celebrated milliner for the likes of Rihanna, Grace Jones and Roisin Murphy, directs a Janacek work in Brussels.
Ukraine’s domestic intelligence agency said on Wednesday that it had prohibited Yulia Samoylova from entering the country for the contest.
Mr. Esfahani, known for causing the occasional uproar by mixing early and contemporary music in his programs, performed at the 92nd Street Y on Tuesday.
He wrote the guitar licks, told the clever stories, duckwalked across the stage and forever changed popular music. A discussion of Mr. Berry’s evolution as an artist, on Popcast.
The center is seeking visas for several artists with Syrian passports for Mohammad al-Attar’s “While I Was Waiting.”