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Classical Classroom, Ep 126: Choose Your Own Jungian Adventure, With Rodney Waters
Jung, archetypes, myth, and classical music with Rodney Waters.
Classical Classroom, Ep 125: The Actualization Of Beethoven, With Simone Gramaglia
How he grew from an artist into a Beethoven.
Classical Classroom, Ep 46: Todd Reynolds Defines “Classical Music” – Sorta
Violinist Todd Reynolds attempts to define classical music. Does he succeed? Maybe!
Classical Classroom, Ep 124: Hélène Grimaud Wades Into The Deep End Of “Water”
Thirsting for some good music? Pianist and Environmentalist, Hélène Grimaud talks about producing her new CD, “Water” in this Music Works episode.
Classical Classroom, Ep 85: Mandolin Man, Avi Avital
Avi Avital, classical mandolin man, talks mandolin, man.
Classical Classroom, Ep 37: George Heathco On Louis Andriessen And Alt-Classical
Composer George Heathco on Louis Andriessen and alt classical.
Classical Classroom, Ep 123: Rachel Barton Pine On Bach Sonatas And Partitas
Come join the partita party to celebrate J.S. Bach’s 331st birthday!
Classical Classroom, Ep 122: Meet The Sirota – Nadia Sirota On New Classical Music
New classical, made fresh daily. Inquire within.
Classical Classroom, MusicWorks, Ep 121: John From Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey is over, but frankly, we aren’t ready to say goodbye.
Classical Classroom MusicWorks, Ep 120: A Musical Life, Indeed – With Hugh Sung
Learn how (and why) a classical music pianist, author, inventor, techie and podcaster does it all.
Classical Classroom, Ep 119: Harping On The Harp With Beyond Pluck
We harp you’ll like this episode.
Classical Classroom, Ep 19 & 20: Nixon In China And John Adams With Michael Remson
Because nothing says “Happy Presidents Day” like minimalist opera.
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