On the latest episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ violinist Angele Dubeau honors the music of Philip Glass alongside her ensemble La Pieta on her latest album, ‘Signature.’ Listen now!
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The Minnesota Opera presents a laugh-out-loud hit, Donizetti’s ‘The Daughter of the Regiment.’ The romantic comedy includes the Duchess of Krakenthorp, a cameo role that has a storied history of portrayal by actors and public figures — played here by ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ winner Monét X Change. Listen to the performance now!
On this week’s episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ the Weiss Kaplan Stumpf Trio presents its latest recording, featuring all of Beethoven’s piano trios. Listen now!
Jan. 27 marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Classical music host Mindy Ratner has gathered a collection of conversations with some of those touched directly by the Holocaust. Listen now to 'Kaddish: Reflections on the Holocaust in Music and Words.'
Learn about the Lunar New Year and the significance of the zodiac signs as host Mindy Ratner presents ‘Spring Moon – A Musical Celebration of the Lunar New Year’ in conjunction with the Year of the Dragon, which begins Feb. 10.
Explore the legendary career of Stevie Wonder, the influential artist who transformed R&B and funk music. From his soulful voice to his groundbreaking compositions, learn about his classical music roots, record-breaking hits and his magnum opus. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
On this week’s episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ composer Tina Davidson explores her connection to family, life and nature on her latest album, ‘Hymn of the Universe,’ with VocalEssence. Listen now!
Composer Errollyn Wallen has had teachers tell her that classical music is ‘not her sort of music’ and has had to deal with being underestimated her whole life. Now she is one of the United Kingdom’s leading composers. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
On this week’s episode of ‘New Classical Tracks,’ John Jeter and the Fort Smith Symphony release an album featuring the music of Native American composer, performer and educator Louis Wayne Ballard. Listen now!
Composer Ahmed Alabaca understands what it’s like to find yourself in a dark place. Music has helped them find the light, and they have dedicated their life to helping others get there, too. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.