Watch January 2, 1:00am
It was the event that defined a generation: three days of peace, music and love… This 1971 Oscar-winning documentary shows Woodstock as it really was, with its footage taken among the massive crowd capturing the spirit of the music love-in in all its muddy glory. Features some of the greatest musicians of the era, among them Joe Cocker, Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, and Arlo Guthrie.
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David Starkey's Music & Monarchy
In this four-part series, renowned historian David Starkey shows how the lives of Britain’s greatest composers and musicians are inextricably linked to the...
Secret Disco Revolution
Shake your booty back to the 70s with this glittering look at the much-maligned disco era. Featuring interviews with Gloria Gaynor, the Village People, Kool and the Gang and...
Joan Baez: How Sweet the Sound
From her teenage performances in coffee houses to the 50-year career that followed, this intimate documentary chronicles the life of folk legend and human rights...
The quintessential Christmas ballet returns to its traditional roots in this performance recorded live at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, where it originally premiered in 1892....
Jingle Bell Rocks!
A pop culture pilgrimage into the odd and irreverent universe of alternative and underground Christmas music, featuring an eclectic cast of collectors, critics, musicians and songs.
Soloists Annette Dasch and Thomas Quasthoff are accompanied by the Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra in a performance of Haydn's great oratorio, held in the stunning Esterházy Palace...
Bach: A Passionate Life
The ubiquitous portrait of Bach shows a grumpy old codger in a wig and formal coat, yet his greatest works were composed in his late 30s and early 40s in an unrivalled blaze...
Filmmaker Shelley Saywell and singer and activist Lorraine Segato document the music and stories of those living on the margins of society and bare their souls through their songs on the...