Classical music concerts from Berlin, Vienna, and the Met, plus pop legends and more are coming in August.
Watch the PBS broadcast of Prince and the Revolution: The Purple Rain Tour or stream the incredible two-hour concert on-demand.
Free concerts, dance performances, the Charlie Parker Jazz festival and tributes to legends are among the many events in NYC parks this summer.
Buddy Guy talks about his life and career in a film combining footage from American Masters – Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away, with additional performances.
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.
Terence Blanchard’s opera gave the Met three firsts to celebrate and will air Friday, April 1 at 9 p.m.
Music and Irish dance performed on location in Ireland are among the shows on THIRTEEN during Irish-American Heritage Month in March.
Music from My Fair Lady, Camelot, Gigi, Brigadoon are performed by Broadway stars and the American Pops Orchestra in new PBS series.
Great Performances takes you backstage and onstage at Broadway’s most popular shows to see a monumental reopening process.
From Christmas music shows to our December 25 and New Year’s Eve schedule, see what programs and dramas your local PBS station has in store this December.
Sondheim orchestrations performed by the New York Philharmonic, discussions of his lyrics as poetry, and an interview with the composer.
In the documentary The Oratorio, Martin Scorsese reveals how opera got its start in New York City: at a concert at Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral in 1826.
Who created the star-studded music video for New York City, why they made it, and where to see more of the Broadway performers.
Three TV specials in August warm audiences up for Broadway’s return in September.