With Fred Child
An ecstatic exploration of classical music that’s aesthetically and uncompromisingly Black, with host Tesfa Wondemagegnehu.
Violinist Ray Chen and pianist Julio Elizalde come together to perform an exciting program at the Minnesota Beethoven Festival. Listen live at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, on YourClassical MPR to enjoy works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Pablo de Sarasate and more.
Vijay Gupta was a 19-year-old violin prodigy when he joined the LA Philharmonic. Now he runs Street Symphony, an organization bringing music to clinics, jails and homeless shelters on Skid Row.
Looking for a patriotic soundtrack for your July Fourth celebration? We've programmed a 4-hour playlist of classical and Americana music to go with whatever you're doing on Independence Day, from cooking out to watching fireworks.
From you to me and back to you! Great ideas from the Saturday Cinema audience, INCLUDING a “showdown” between the Tex Ritter and Frankie Laine versions of “Do Not Forsake Me” from “High Noon”.
Although the pandemic delayed Cantus’ 25th anniversary, the men’s choral ensemble was eager to mark a milestone 27 years in the making. Listen now to the concert that brought together current and former Cantus members and celebrated the organization’s past, present and future.
Composer Fela Sowande was introduced to classical and church music from an early age. While he was successful as a musician, he moved to London in 1934 to study civil engineering. Ultimately, his love of music won. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
Poetry and prose provide the inspiration for the music in this week’s Extra Eclectic, with host Steve Seel.
In this week’s New Classical Tracks, conductor Michael Repper leads the New York Youth Symphony in its debut album, ‘Works by Florence Price, Jessie Montgomery, Valerie Coleman.’ Enter for a chance to win the CD!