If you say “Dvořák” and “string quartet” to most classical music lovers, they will immediately think of Dvořák’s “American” Quartet in F Major, composed during the summer of 1893 in Spillville, Iowa, where the composer and his family were vacationing after his first year as Director of the...Episode details...
Help us create the perfect soundtrack for Halloween. Visit our online ballot to vote for your favorite 'scary' classical music -- what we call Creepy Classics. We'll use your votes to build a delightfully creepy playlist for Monday, Oct. 31.
It's a snapshot of today's classical music scene - we'll have highlights from recent concerts in Paris, Brussels, and Sao Paolo, Brazil, as well as from concert halls across the United States. And, it's day-two with our Young Artist in Residence, 16 year-old violinist Phoenix Avalon, on Thursday's Performance Today.
Formed in 1999, the Choral Scholars of University College Dublin are Ireland's leading collegiate choral ensemble. Their new album, 'Invisible Stars' features choral works of Ireland and Scotland, and the album title comprises several symbolic meanings. Learn more about the ensemble and the recording, and enter for a chance to own a copy of the new CD.
Come match wits with Bruce Adolphe - now you can play the Piano Puzzler anytime, anywhere! Every week, we're putting a sneak peek of the upcoming Puzzler online; have a listen, and then send us your best guess.
We all have our favorite pieces of classical music and our favorite composers, and we probably all have musical moments we'll never forget. Have you ever wanted to share those moments with other classical music lovers? Well, here's your chance!