Dale Henderson used to feel despair about the future of Bach’s music. Now he helms a global movement that has introduced Bach to thousands of people.
Sikuri music, played on double-row panpipes, is a tradition that has lasted through millennia. What is it about this music that appeals to young, modern performers?
Music that we associate with a specific style is often the result of hundreds of years of global influence. Should musicians identify themselves with any genre?