One hundred years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson created a new bureau within the Department of the Interior: The National Park Service. On Thursday's PT, we'll celebrate this centennial with a special show, recorded live in Grand Teton National Park.
Early one day, Antonin Dvorak was walking alongside a river. In the golden light of morning, he became transfixed by the song of a red bird with black wings; he hurried home to include its song in his new quartet. On Wednesday's Performance Today, we'll hear that very piece: Dvorak's American Quartet.
A popular feature of CMS Two performances is the Late Night Rose sessions - a series of shows above Lincoln Center in the intimate Rose Studio. PT was honored to host the most recent Late Night Rose event back in March. Come listen to an excerpt from that concert, plus interviews with the several performers including Ani Kavafian, Michael Brown and Gloria Chien.
Have you enjoyed watching the Olympics? Host country Brazil is a fascinating place, full of different cultural influences which you can hear in the music. Take our quiz to see how well you can identify styles of Brazilian music!
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.
In May 2017, join PT host Fred Child for an Italian adventure! Hop aboard a chartered ship and take in the sights and sounds of Northern Italy with your fellow classical music enthusiasts. Tickets sell quickly; get yours today!