An evocative museum exhibition from a legendary electronic musician and naturalist encourages audiences to connect with nature through a "great animal orchestra."
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In this week’s New Classical Tracks, pianist Víkingur Ólafsson wants to change they way we think about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in his new album, ‘Mozart and Contemporaries.’
Emmy Award-winning composer Stephen Lawrence, who co-wrote songs for Sesame Street and Free to Be... You and Me, died on December 30 at age 82.
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.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Anthony Tommasini, chief classical music critic for The New York Times, about his storied career and pending retirement.
In this week’s New Classical Tracks, Ronn McFarlane and Carolyn Surrick, who are usually quite busy during the holidays, had the time and space to finally make music together. That special musical connection has just produced their second recording, ‘A Star in the East.’ Enter for a chance to win a CD!
Celebrate the season with song! Steve Staruch hosts this one-hour program of holiday favorites, new and old, presented live in concert by Chanticleer, the superb 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. This year's presentation, “Love Divine,” features more than 400 student musicians performing from the college in Northfield, Minn.
Each December, the Center for Faith and Life at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, rings out with the sacred and the exuberant: the sounds of the Christmas season.