Listen as Lynne Warfel hosts this hourlong special commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the end of World War I. Audiences will hear music from and about the historic period spanning WWI through the signing of the armistice from both sides of the Atlantic.
The folks behind the Monstrous Movie Music series dish on Universal Studios' massive Blu-ray set that celebrates its classic monsters with 31 films featuring Dracula, the Mummy and more. Enter our giveaway of the set!
Looking for new and recommended music? Here are classical music experts' picks for must-hear recordings, from the chilling 'Music for Joan the Mad' to the sobering 'Considering Matthew Shepard.' This month, we checked in with friends in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and California, as well as American Public Media.
With Halloween creeping up on us, you might be inclined to cue up a chilling orchestral work such as 'Danse Macabre.' But how well do you know the scary music that we always hear at this time of year? Take our fun quiz to find out whom you should be for Halloween based on your results.
There are close to 100 CD recordings of 'The Planets,' and the website Peter's Planets exhaustively reviews and ranks them all. Find out why the site's purveyor is obsessed with the work and why he won't change his top pick no matter how controversial it is. Listen to 'The Planets' all weekend long on YourClassical Favorites for its 100th anniversary.
Looking for new and recommended music? Here are classical music experts' picks for this month's must-hear recordings, from Elgar to Beethoven, with some modern takes in between. This month, we checked in with friends in Minnesota, Ohio and New York, plus the host of 'Performance Today.'
Looking for new and recommended music? Here are classical music experts' picks for must-hear recordings based on what's happening at classical stations and programs around the country. This month, we checked in with friends in Ohio, Tennessee and Vermont, as well as the new overnight host of Classical 24.
As classical music videos go, making sure everyone looks their best while being doused with water from filled balloons is probably not a primary concern. But that's how the latest promotional clip by the Diderot String Quartet plays out. And we can't stop watching.