Discover Karl Jenkins's latest choral work One World. The album, recently released on Decca Records, features the World Choir for Peace, World Orchestra for Peace, Stay At Home Choir, Nicol Matt, and soloists Roderick Williams, Kathryn Rudge, and Lucy Crowe.
Born in Uzbekistan and now living in Berlin, Aziza Sadikova is one of the most interesting female composers of our time. In the video portrait, she talks about her Uzbek roots, about musical style and her way of composing and the creative atmosphere in the German capital.
This mini-documentary follows the New York Repertory Orchestra (NYRO) as it prepares to perform Leokadiya Kashperova's Symphony in B minor, a long-forgotten Romantic masterpiece by a celebrated composer whose glittering career at the turn of the 20th century was upended by political strife and whose legacy was lost over the decades.
This interview with Elliott Carter charts his early years in New York, at Harvard and studying with Nadia Boulanger in Paris. Music featured with the film includes Holiday Overture , Symphony No.1 and String Quartet No.1 .