The inside guide to Vienna's eclectic music scene

The Austrian capital is alive with music, from raucous jazz clubs and three-day festivals to masterful violin makers.

Tales of San Francisco: the Fillmore District's historic jazz scene, as told by musician Sam Peoples Jr

Musician Sam Peoples Jr is part of the Fillmore Jazz Ambassadors, a group dedicated to bringing jazz back to the city’s once-swinging musical epicentre. He reflects on the highs and lows of Fillmore’s dynamic jazz culture.

From my city to yours: Coventry through the eyes of 2 Tone music icon Pauline Black

Pauline Black, lead singer of The Selecter, has lived in Coventry — the birthplace of 2 Tone music in the 1970s — for the past 50 years. As the city prepares to become the UK's City of Culture for 2021, Pauline reflects on its powerful musical past.

Why This Artist is Bringing the Outdoors Indoors, and Unreality into Real Life

Olafur Eliasson once put a sun in the Tate Modern. Now he returns with a retrospective that turns light, fog and water into an environmental rallying cry.
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Connecting cultures: a journey through indigenous art in Canada

An inspiring photo assignment led National Geographic photographer Adam Ferguson from Montreal to Northern Québec, Canada, and into the creative heart of a welcoming community of Cree people, to capture how Indigenous artists reveal their culture.

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