New research finds listeners judge symphonic music differently when they’re told the conductor is a woman.
A Chinese-American pianist and scholar argues China’s embrace of Western classical music is rooted in Confucian values.
New research from Britain finds music lovers are increasingly crossing genres, but they remain divided in their tastes.
When it comes to classical pianists like Yuja Wang, what you see influences what you hear.
An evolutionary theorist provides evidence that intelligent individuals are more likely to enjoy purely instrumental music.
New research finds a link between musical rhythm and visual processing, and offers a tantalizing clue to the art form’s origins.
Put down those program notes: New research suggests describing a piece of classical music may diminish the pleasure of listening.