With Fred Child
Where classical music is always arriving, with host Steve Seel. Listen live at 10 p.m. central every Wednesday on YourClassical Radio.
An ecstatic exploration of classical music that’s aesthetically and uncompromisingly Black, with host Tesfa Wondemagegnehu.
We have a variety of classical specials for the holiday season, from Christmas to New Year's Day. Listen to them any time that's convenient using this comprehensive listing.
Celebrate the season with song! Melissa Ousley hosts this one-hour program of holiday favorites, new and old, presented live in concert by Chanticleer, the two-time Grammy-winning 12-man ensemble known as "an orchestra of voices."
The St. Olaf Christmas Festival has become one of the nation's most cherished holiday celebrations. Listen now as the Northfield-based college presents its 2022 program, “Promise of Peace,” from Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, with host Valerie Kahler, in this one-hour special.
Hosted by Mindy Ratner, ‘Candles Burning Brightly’ is a delightful hour for everyone to celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights! There is lots of music from Jewish communities worldwide, a hilarious lesson on preparing a classic Hanukkah dish, and a timeless and touching holiday story that brings light into every home.
Over three days in mid-November, the Voces8 Scholars, the U.S.-based training ensemble for the U.K.’s esteemed Voces8, recorded two Christmas songs prepared exclusively for YourClassical MPR listeners as part of our Carol Countdown. Watch now!
Meet Vernon Neal, the new host of the podcast ‘Rhapsody in Black,’ an exploration of classical music that’s aesthetically and uncompromisingly Black.
The Metropolitan Opera broadcasts are back on YourClassical MPR. This Saturday, Feb. 4, listen to the MET Opera’s performance of ‘Macbeth' by Giuseppe Verdi, featuring conductor Francesco Molinari-Pradelli, baritone Sherrill Milnes and soprano Martina Arroyo.
The United Ukrainian Ballet Company is made up of dancers taking refuge in the Netherlands. The company travels to Washington, D.C., to perform Giselle, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky.
This week’s episode of Saturday Cinema, with host Lynne Warfel, features listener’s favorite tracks from 'The Sound of Music,' 'Patton,' 'Fahrenheit 451' and more. Listen now!