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.
It’s a pianist. And a pianist. It’s…piano four hands!
We are so old. One hundred episodes old to be exact. Join us as we look back at the past 100 shows with many special guests.
Announcer Chris Johnson talks about two recordings of Vivaldi’s “Autumn”.
Composer Daron Hagen talks about Benjamin Britten and his opera on the high seas, Billy Budd.
Composer Stephen Paulus passed away last October. Composer Alex Freeman teaches about Paulus’ music and legacy.
Cellist Alisa Weilerstein talks about the Aspen Music Festival, music for solo cello and more.
Classical Classroom, Ep 97: Summer Music – Aspen Edition! Robert McDuffie On 21st Century Classical Music Careers
Advice for musicians at the beginnings of their careers from a successful violinist.
What happens when contemporary composers make music inspired by Brahms?
Why do classical musicians go to music festivals every summer? What’s this “Aspen” all about?
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There are no dumb questions here – only uninformed ones asked with inexplicable confidence. And panache!