Classical Classroom, Episode 33: Cracking “The Nutcracker” with Michael Remson and Shelly Power (RERUN)
The music! The story! The dancing! The history! The puns!
Music that occupies space instead of moving through it.
Why both Baroque and Beyonce will be listened to in 2525.
A man on a mission to make music do more.
Gather ’round and learn from a master about master classes.
On the challenges and rewards of writing, recording, and performing new works.
Classical Classroom, Ep 137: Summer Music – Music Academy Of The West! The Second Nature Of Matthew Aucoin (Rerun)
Notes from a composer who literally lives with the music.
Classical Classroom, Episode 202: It Was All New Music Once, with Richard Scerbo and David Alan Miller
Why it’s important to keep the proverbial torch of new music lit.
Or, “How it works when everyone involved in making the music is a special snowflake.”
How one young pianist is using YouTube to inspire a new generation of classical musicians.
Who was Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and why does he have two last names?
Wherein we count down top episodes – you know, from 10!
Hey there! Glad you made it.
There are no dumb questions here – only uninformed ones asked with inexplicable confidence. And panache!