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Music the artform and artists

Portrait de la flûtiste et compositrice Isabelle Courroy

Première femme soliste des flûtes obliques kaval, Isabelle Courroy creuse depuis plus de trente ans le sillon de toutes les possibilités de ses instruments, autant dans leur contexte d’origine que dans celui des Musiques du Monde et celui des musiques Anciennes et Contemporaines.

France Musique

Hacer el flamenco grande de nuevo

Hace justo un siglo Granada era un carnaval. Pero no cualquier tipo de carnaval: Granada era el Gran Carnaval retratado en la película de Billy Wilder del mismo título de 1951.

El País

These Are the Most Listened to Mexican Genres & Artists By Generations

Just like any other genre, Mexican regional music has changed with the times to incorporate elements of more popular, contemporary genres like reggaeton and hip-hop to appeal to newer listeners.


Oksana Linde and the forgotten pioneers of electronic music

The recent release of an album 39 years in the making is part of a global movement shedding a light on women composers who have been overlooked.


Vangelis wasn’t just a film composer – he blew apart the boundaries of pop

With music that ended up crossing paths with Jay-Z, Donna Summer and Rotting Christ, the late Greek composer’s creative mind was thrillingly open.

The Guardian

When Ukrainian Music Wasn’t Under Threat, It Thrived

For a brief period in the early 20th century, Ukrainian composers put a national twist on modernism, free from Russian or Soviet regulation.

The New York Times

Ibeyi, une harmonieuse sororité musicale

Adoubées par Beyoncé ou Orelsan, les jumelles sont autant reconnues en France qu’à l’étranger grâce à leur pop mâtinée d’influences du monde entier.

Le Monde

Ismael Rivera y los sonidos de Puerto Rico

Ismael Rivera fue uno de los exponentes más importantes de la música en su país y fue pionero de la salsa al rededor del mundo. A los 35 años de su fallecimiento conmemoramos su legado que sigue animando a los amantes de El Sonero Mayor.


Shiv Kumar Sharma: The maestro who straddled classical and popular music

In the early 1950s, when he was handling music programmes for a state-run radio station, Uma Dutt began researching the santoor, a traditional instrument of Kashmir used in local Sufi music.


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