Lara Pellegrinelli

D.J. and experimental composer Jace Clayton discusses his new book, Uproot.

In Uproot, Jace Clayton ’97 explores technological trends in music around the globe.

Hopkinson Smith’s new recordings of Bach aim for “perfect union”

A lutenist pursues what he calls his “lifelong task.”

Classical music composer Lei Liang gives voice to silenced stories

After “growing up in the archives,” a composer makes forgotten histories heard.

“Breaking Bad”’s Dean Norris is a prime-time stalwart

Breaking Bad’s Dean Norris ’85, a prime-time stalwart

"Wisteria" CD by jazz pianist Steve Kuhn shows good things come in trios

For his new CD, Wisteria, jazz pianist Steve Kuhn proves good things come in trios.