Journeying through the galaxy that is music, with the British violinist Daniel Hope.
A well-researched analysis loudly reaffirms the importance of the introverted personality to society.
The creative genius of legendary pianist Glenn Gould resonates in this reissue of works by Scriabin and Sibelius.
Composer Max Richter delivers a stunningly fresh reworking of the baroque classic.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning former columnist looks back – but mostly forward – in this savvy and engaging memoir.
This cut-and-paste biography of singer/songwriter Carly Simon will leave fans disappointed.
Fisher’s been there, done that (and don’t remember) memoir showcases her sharp sense of the absurd.
This collection of essays about middle-aged angst is both witty and wistful.
A former nanny's second life as a photographer has everyone wondering how her splendid work went undiscovered for 60 years.
An earnest, though commercial, attempt by the actress to reconnect with her father, in a story of Hollywood-style dysfunction.