She rocked the stages of the world over five decades in her trademark sequin skirts and high heels. Tina Turner, the diva of soul and pop, left the music industry in 2009. On November 26, she turns 75.
The most famous convert to Islam and 70s pop star is launching a Germany tour.
Attention is refocused on the music industry in a time of radical change.
Music made in Germany - events, tracks and trends
"Divine Spark" - that's the motto of the 2014 Beethovenfest. Music lovers enjoyed magic moments with famous soloists, ensembles, orchestras, conductors and convincing performances by young artists. Listen here!
Germany's 1954 World Cup victory against clear favorites Hungary went down in history as 'The Miracle of Bern.' A 2003 film about the event was so successful, it was only a matter of time before someone came up with the idea of making it into a musical.
The DJ and producer who blends electro beats with warm soul sounds regularly jets around the world - but still found time to record a new album: "Ways Over Water."
The Beethovenfest in Bonn presents all nine of Beethoven's symphonies on four consecutive evenings. Latvian star conductor Andris Nelsons wields the baton - and tells DW about "his" Beethoven.
Rap artist Kang Chun-hyok speaks up. When the Seoul-based refugee from North Korea enters the stage to perform, he provokes with his political lyrics. In a DW interview, he talks about his life story and his motives.
Kraftklub conquered the German charts with their first album in 2012. Now comes their follow-up release with the band's trademark sound and humor.
Live recordings of the world's music stars performing in Germany's palaces, churches and concert halls.
The Jazzfest Berlin was, and is, a magnet for superstars. Many musicians have performed more than once, and for newcomers, the event is a stepping stone. Join us for five decades of jazz at its finest.
DW presents today's takes on classical music with the Berlin Philharmonic's Sarah Willis as host.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga team up for a jazz and swing album that's worth a good listen.
Big data and digital streaming services tend to dominate discussion of the industry's future.
Electro wizard Apparat is a fixture of the Berlin club scene, but his solo work has increasingly departed from techno. In this edition of the podcast: Moody but moving excerpts from a 2013 concert centering on Tolstoy.
The First World War destroyed many musicians' lives. But some were able to remain active in music despite serious injuries. Paul Wittgenstein and Otakar Hollmann would go on to expand the piano repertory.
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