Daniel Bernard Roumain on creative appropriation in classical music.
Watch genre-bending composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain perform.
Explore bassist Bizarro World with Michael Kurth of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine on Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto and rocking the bow
Hear a preview of this week’s episode with violinist Rachel Barton Pine.
It’s Women’s History Month up in the Classroom with Amy Bishop
What’s in a pattern prelude? Find out in this Classical Classroom.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein talks about her educational initiative, Bachpacking
Guests Simone Dinnerstein & Performance Today’s Fred Child bring it this month
Shostakovich's Symphony No. 5 is dramatic, cinematic, erratic, sarcastic, and full of existential longing – according to Chief Conductor of the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, James Gaffigan.
Click here to see the timeline we used in our Research Presentation: It's Black History Month! Read and learn about some very cool people.
It's Black History Month! Time to learn about all of the amazing contributions that black people have made to classical music. Pay close attention because we had to talk really, really fast to fit this many people into a short. PS, You can check out our timeline of black classical music contributors in the "Raise Your Hand" section of our webpage.
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