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Classical Classroom Episode 220: Cello, Is It Me You’re Looking For? with Joel Dallow
How to become a symphony orchestra cellist in 5,000 super difficult steps.
Classical Classroom, Episode 219: Arranged and Deranged with Joe Burgstaller
What is even happening?
Classical Classroom, Episode 218: Peter Dugan on the Magic of Collaboration
Love, baby. That’s where it’s at.
Classical Classroom, Episode 217: A Brassy, Classy, Yuletide Concert
Producing a live Christmas concert in the time of COVID and winning at it.
Classical Classroom, Episode 216: Merry Melodica Men-mas!
Playing with toys, but like, really, really well.
Classical Classroom, Episode 215: Très Bien! Stéphane Denève Teaches the History of French Music
Turns out, there’s way more to it than Debussy!
Classical Classroom, Episode 214: The Harp Will Go On with Yolanda Kondonassis
A harp virtuoso demystifies the mystewious instwument.
Classical Classroom, Episode 213: Orli Shaham Talks Piano (Man)
How and why the piano came to be, what it is, and how to learn it.
Classical Classroom, Episode 212: All Together Now with Lisa Bielawa
Building community around music during the pandemic.
Classical Classroom, Episode 211: Music for (Sacred) Space with Michael Whalen
What does atmosphere sound like?
Classical Classroom, Episode 210: Derek Bermel on Travels with Bartok
Close your eyes and travel to exotic new lands! (Package includes getting lost, being alienated, and feeling homesick.)
Classical Classroom, Episode 209: Alexander Pushkin in Opera, Pt. 2
Just some of the bazillion operas inspired by Pushkin’s stories.
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