A beat-boxing Norwegian tuba player talks about this misunderstood instrument.
The story of the making of a piece of classical music, from instruments to performance.
Richard Scerbo proves that story is such a powerful force, it doesn’t need words.
The violinist “Serenades” with her dulcet tones in this episode.
Learn about two of Menotti’s operas – one dark and twisted, one not unlike an episode of “I Love Lucy”.
Bonus Bachtoberfest episode with a side of scary.
What did Bach’s second wife lend to the manuscripts of his Cello Suites? According to Matt Haimovitz, a lot.
Discussed: breakfast, order out of chaos, and who this “Goldberg” person was.
Kurt Stallmann takes apart Bach’s Inventions and looks at the materials they’re made of.
The pianist and Chopin expert talks about the story behind the Preludes.
September 30th is International Podcast Day. Celebrate by listening to international podcast episodes!
The story of the first woman to run for the US presidency – in 1872 – told in an opera.
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