Prepare your ears for absolute filth.
George Gershwin Guides
An iconic musical moment, visualised biologically. Surprisingly non-icky.
There’s a couple of ways you can do it, and you’ll probably need both…
...and talking his band through the chords while he does it.
From Mozart to Mendelssohn, great composers have often turned their hand to drawing - with varying degrees of skill...
Money, cigarettes and insane clarinet solos - here's why George Gershwin had it all
George Gershwin wrote great songs and shows for the theatre, but he always fancied himself as a serious composer. And he was - in fact, one of the 20th century’s greatest.
How did George Gershwin's first foray into fusing jazz and classical music come about? Jane Jones reveals all.
How well did George Gershwin's flair for writing popular songs translate into composing symphonic works?
Classic FM celebrates George Gershwin for his spirit, originality and flair.