The women behind some of the greatest songs ever written.
We’ve rounded up a handful of great gifts that tap into inspiration, with tools for music-lovers to create music, to showcase their passion, and to celebrate after a great performance. Happy holidays!
Two brave nerds dare mixing science with pop music, and yield a big reaction.
Here are a few of the many choices we thought were particularly inspirational to lock into your 2016 calendar now.
Annika Verplancke is a teenager with a cause—the 14-year-old Belgian-American is a self-styled “dancer against cancer.”
Get ready to discover your new favorite underdog story.
Move over Mozart, and roll over, Beethoven: Today’s child prodigies have arrived. Through the magic of YouTube, they’re reaching audiences of millions—and can start brightening your day right now.
In what’s bound to be the most creative performance of Maurice Ravel’s iconic “Bolero” you’ll see this week, the four cellists of the “Wiener 5+1 Ensemble Choir” perform the classic orchestral piece...on a single cello.
This was just too inspiring not to share. Wynton Marsalis, Jon Batiste and Walter Isaacson discussing the history and genius of Jazz music.
We recently came across this inspiring talk by Sir Ken Robinson in which he discusses nurturing creativity in schools. It's bound to get you thinking.