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.
Jennie Litvack, in memoriam.
Eric Vogel and the Ghetto Swingers.
How two psychics and a Lubavitch Ḥasid led an aspiring rock musician to Jewish observance.
Untouched for decades in England.
Růžičková, who died in September, survived both Hitler and Stalin to become a brilliant interpreter of J.S. Bach—and the only person to commit his entire keyboard oeuvre to disc.
Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Dmitri Shostakovich.
A moral virtuoso.
Bringing Jewish music back from the ashes of Kristallnacht.
A musical analogue to the story of Joseph?
The St. Petersburg of the East.