For every mystery, there is someone, somewhere, who knows the truth. In this case, it’s Angela Draghicescu.
Classical music critic Anne Midgette discusses her unique classical music beginner’s guide.
Spoiler alert: the cause of death will totally underwhelm you.
Learn about about a virtuoso from a virtuosa.
Hear the story of a musician with something to say.
Who was Felix Mendelssohn (and why should we care)? Conductor Fabien Gabel discusses.
The Tiny Desk Contest winner talks about the musical journey she seems to have had no choice in taking – in a good way.
Sean Connors of Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion talks about what being in a percussion-only ensemble is all about.
Is classical music strong enough to go to dark places?
A special guest talks about and (sort of) plays instruments (allegedly) from the Renaissance period.
Is there a place for activism in the classical music world?
Recording a composer they’ve never recorded, playing as a sextet instead of a quartet, and doing it all live in studio with an audience. Just like Costanza.
Hey there! Glad you made it.
There are no dumb questions here – only uninformed ones asked with inexplicable confidence. And panache!