A few innovative shows at the Bienal de Flamenco were a big departure from the traditional campfire-and-smoke idea of the dance and music form.
Why do some artists stick around and others choose to retreat?
As they leave the road behind, Mr. Simon and Ms. Baez aren’t entirely looking back. Their farewell tours reached New York this weekend.
Dead Can Dance singer Lisa Gerrard teamed up with Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, a group that made unexpected inroads 31 years ago, for a surprising new album.
Mr. Broderick is maliciously fun in “The Searfarer,” and Mr. Ejiofor is electrifying in “Come Sunday.”
Two decades into its career, America’s best-known old-time string band is releasing a new album on a major label. But it’s not letting go of its old-time bona fides.
Easter Island is eroding. Joan Baez on her next chapter. Should some species be allowed to die out? And more.
After finding ways to embrace changes in her vocal range, the 77-year-old folk singer has released an album that she is calling her final recording.
The acoustic trio featuring Sarah Jarosz, Aoife O’Donovan and Sara Watkins is so collaborative, nobody is sure who wrote which part on its debut, “See You Around.”