Which classical work most gets you in the mood for love? That’s what we asked you recently, and you responded in droves. Listen as we play selections from your suggestions during our Winter Member Drive.
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The Pulitzer Prize winner, whose music enveloped everything from the horrors of the Vietnam War to the calls of humpback whales, died Sunday.
Greenwood says writing the music for The Power of the Dog allowed him to experiment by mixing a banjo and a string quartet. He also recently scored Spencer and Licorice Pizza.
The king of ragtime published his hit tune 120 years ago. Pianist Lara Downes believes the piece helped shape the future of American music.
Join host Lynne Warfel for a special Valentine's Day program and offshoot of the weekly national program ‘Saturday Cinema.’ ‘Love at the Movies’ is an hour of classic movie scores from romantic films, rom-coms, animated love stories and more.
Scott Simon talks to radio host and author Martin Goldsmith about "Winter Journey," a film about his parents, who were musicians in a Jewish orchestra during Nazi Germany.
In this week’s New Classical Tracks, JoAnn Falletta, music director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, shares which works the ensemble enjoyed performing during the pandemic in its new album, ‘Light in a Time of Darkness.’
Listen to our new podcast Rhapsody in Black, an exploration of classical music that’s aesthetically and uncompromisingly Black. Tesfa Wondemagegnehu hosts this 5-minute weekly program, which launches Thursday.
On Sunday, Cantus welcomed the return of Chanticleer to the Twin Cities to perform together at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. Listen now to YourClassical MPR’s broadcast of the concert with host Melissa Ousley.