Thursday, March 12, 2015
The restored vinyl of Elvis Presley's first single will go on sale next month for Record Store Day, the growing annual sale to bolster independent retailers.
The Swedish startup that revolutionized digital music has a blanket response to claims that it pays artists a mere pittance: “two billion (U.S.) dollars.”
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Belgian music sensation Stromae, whose career has quickly grown internationally, has announced a tour of North America leading up to a mega-gig at New York's Madison Square Garden.
A Dec. 9 concert in Paris by U.S. pop star Madonna sold out within “five minutes” of going on sale Monday, the organizers of the event said.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Deftly feeling their way along the bumps of the braille score, the young players of Thailand's first blind orchestra memorize scales, defying both their impairment and ingrained negative attitudes towards disability.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Ezra Laderman, a classical music composer whose works ranged from symphonies to operas to music for Academy Award-winning films, has died. He was 90.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Oscar-winning Chinese composer and conductor Tan Dun (譚盾) is slated to cooperate with a Taiwanese orchestra and percussion group in an upcoming concert in Taipei in which he will present the Asian premiere of his concerto “The Wolf.”
Carolyn Malachi, a Grammy nominated American singer, will give a series of performances in Taiwan as part of the American Music Abroad (AMA) program, according to one of the organizers.
American singer-songwriter Christina Perri captivated her fans in Taiwan late Sunday with her first ever concert in the country, during which she rolled out hit songs including “A Thousand Years” from the blockbuster film “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.”
Monday, March 2, 2015
More than two decades have passed since Andrea Echeverri first took to the stage with the band that would take the name Aterciopelados and would become one of the most acclaimed groups in the world of Latin rock.