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Our Fair Lady
In an exclusive face-to-face interview with Dame Julie Andrews, the actor talks about her remarkable rise to Broadway fame and fortune.
Brave New World
Why did it take a Czech composer to create the archetypical American symphony? Investigating the enduring power of Dvořák's mighty Ninth.
A score can hold more than just musical notes. A light-hearted look at the secret scribbles of musicians, maestros and the great composers.
Stravinsky's Triple Threat
Firebird, Petrushka and The Rite are concert hits, but in their day they changed the face of dance. Here’s the story behind Stravinsky’s great ballets.
In a newly translated interview, the late Morton Feldman gives us the skinny on Cage, Boulez and the Devil incarnate: Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Alan Menken's World
Jo Litson flew to New York to interview the composer who put the horrors into the Little Shop and who’s now polishing up Aladdin’s lamp.