Unlike some contemporaries, he spoke unapologetically of his Jewish heritage.
Mieczysław Weinberg wrote music equal in its genius to Mahler and Shostakovich, including one of the most powerful tributes to the victims of 20th-century tyranny.
An Indian who fell in love with the Jewish state.
The great composer was a devout Christian, but what did he think of the Jews?
What every musician seeks most.
A newly translated biography.
He wants to take the Berlin State Opera to Tehran.
“We will sing to the Nazis what we cannot say to them.”
Most orchestral music composed since 1950, writes Oliver Rudland, pales in comparison with that of the previous 100 years. Even popular music, after its mid-century. . .