On this week’s New Classical Tracks, pianist Michelle Cann releases her debut album, ‘Revival: Music of Price and Bonds,’ in which she explores the solo piano music of Florence Price and Margaret Bonds, two composers whose music is recently entering the mainstream after years of suppression.
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On this episode of ‘Saturday Cinema,’ host Lynne Warfel explores music from movies on the American Film Institute's top 10 lists for various genres, including ‘2001: A Space Odyssey,’ ‘King Kong’ and ‘The Lion King.’ Listen now!
Host Steve Staruch takes your requests on Friday Favorites for Aug. 11, 2023, including a dedication of a waltz by Johann Strauss Jr. Joining as a guest is Project DJ (Plus) co-host Mark Scannell.
Known for singing roles in operas that demand his particular bel canto voice and leading projects that uplift music by African American composers, tenor Lawrence Brownlee is conscious of how the work of Black singers in the past has helped him succeed in his career, and he intends to do the same for upcoming young singers. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
This week on Extra Eclectic, host Steve Seel features Missy Mazzoli’s terrific piece ‘Sinfonia (for Orbiting Spheres).’ It's part of a full slate of music by awesome women, including Anna Clyne, Errollyn Wallen and Judith Weir.
On the latest episode of ‘Saturday Cinema,’ host Lynne Warfel plays music from the films of famous people born in August, including Maureen O'Hara, Robert DeNiro and Angela Bassett. Listen now.
Enjoy listener requests with host Steve Staruch on Friday Favorites for Aug. 4, 2023. Joining him for Project DJ is Luke Baker-Trinity from Shoreview.
Pianist Awadagin Pratt is a world-class pianist who has earned awards, international competitions and an Avery Fisher Career Grant. He has never shied away from talking about his experiences as a Black man in the predominantly white world of classical music and has worked hard to help others following the same path. Find out more in the latest episode of the 'Rhapsody in Black' podcast.
This week, ‘Extra Eclectic’ begins its weekly visits to the biggest classical music celebration in the world, the BBC Proms — with highlights from the British summertime festival's rich offerings of contemporary music performances. Listen with host Steve Seel as he shares music from Swedish composer Andrea Tarrodi and John Adams.