The virtuoso violinist uncovers composers Amy Beach and Florence Price’s stories, and meets contemporaries Sergio Assad and Reena Esmail, in a four-part series.
Go behind the scenes with the Chamber Music Society as it returns to live performances and touring after pandemic isolation. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos were part of the Fall 2021 season.
From South Indian feminism to community organizing in NYC from 9/11 to today, led by South Asian women. Author Kavitha Rajagopalan looks back in a Community Connections essay for THIRTEEN.
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden is profiled on Treasures of New York, revealing its history as a sailors’ retirement home and more.
A four-hour series on Benjamin Franklin, revolutionary and inventor, is the latest Ken Burns film and begins April 4. Walter Isaacson is one of the many scholars interviewed and voice actors include Mandy Patinkin, Carolyn McCormick, Josh Lucas, Paul Giamatti and Liam Neeson.
Terence Blanchard’s opera gave the Met three firsts to celebrate and will air Friday, April 1 at 9 p.m.
Stream all of Ken Burns’ films on the American experience, the lives of icons, and the wars that took lives away.
PBS NewsHour will provide live coverage of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing on March 21, 23, and 24. Stream here or watch broadcast on WLIW World.
The Ukrainian President Zelenskyy transformed from comedic actor to wartime leader of a nation. A special on March 18 focuses on his unusual story.
The Youth Collective tapped the YouTube creators for its Changemaker Award, to be given at its summit in April.