Edward Elgar's composition has become the latest battleground in the reactionary right's culture wars, but the man himself was totally at odds with the British society that has come to venerate him.
There's something for every music fan in this extremely disgusting story.
Robert Wood is a violin maker in Salt Lake City who quit his job at a renowned violin shop to start his own business.
The Icelandic artist takes "a soft feminist stance" in a letter that also includes the track list for '34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste.'
Mass-produced sweets get a fiery death to Vivaldi in a fun little short by Erwin Trummer.
Polaris prize winner Tanya Tagaq was also featured with a raw performance at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's festival.
"'Versus' is my desire and dream come true to have my music interpreted by an orchestra.”
The well-known Jooker glides past all-star paintings inside a Frank Gehry art venue.
Since the dawn of time, women have been told they shouldn't compose because it's "unfeminine". A new program out of Sydney is changing that, one talented female composer at a time.
Inside: proof that painting, classical music, and rock 'n' roll aren't dead.