Todd Marcus, bass clarinetist from Baltimore, laments the suffering of people in the land of his forefathers.
Why does the City of Lights attract — and help spawn — so many sounds?
Has world music finally caught up with Senegal’s Orchestra Baobab?
How do two Japanese brothers combine traditional Chinese music with global dance beats?
Can the joyous sounds of Ghana’s highlife music break free from the shackles of the county’s turbulent politics?
How can revved-up Polish folk music play a role in reviving the rich history of Warsaw?
How does this Belgian singer manage to cover the globe in one single album?
Can music be used to achieve political aspirations — instead of terror and violence?