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Classical Classroom Research Presentation: Seriously, What IS Chamber Music?
It’s National Chamber Music Month! Here’s why you should be stoked.
Classical Classroom, Episode 46: Todd Reynolds Defines “Classical Music” – Sorta
Violinist Todd Reynolds attempts to define classical music. Does he succeed? Maybe!
Classical Classroom, Episode 45: Daniel Roumain’s Violin Vs. THE Violin
Daniel Bernard Roumain on creative appropriation in classical music.
Skyline Sessions: Daniel Bernard Roumain (Video)
Watch genre-bending composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain perform.
Classical Classroom, Episode 44: Speaking Bass-ese with Bassist Michael Kurth
Explore bassist Bizarro World with Michael Kurth of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Classical Classroom Double-Header With Rachel Barton Pine
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine on Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto and rocking the bow
Classical Classroom, Episode 43 Preview: Rachel Barton Pine
Hear a preview of this week’s episode with violinist Rachel Barton Pine.
Classical Classroom, Episode 42: Amy Bishop On Awesome Female Composers
It’s Women’s History Month up in the Classroom with Amy Bishop
Classical Classroom, Episode 41: Pretty Pattern Preludes With Karim Al-Zand
What’s in a pattern prelude? Find out in this Classical Classroom.
Classical Classroom, Episode 40: Simone Dinnerstein goes Bachpacking
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein talks about her educational initiative, Bachpacking
Classical Classroom Will Rock You in March
Guests Simone Dinnerstein & Performance Today’s Fred Child bring it this month
Classical Classroom, Episode 39: Conductor James Gaffigan on Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5
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.
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