Cellist Johannes Moser returned to Minnesota to perform the music of Beethoven, Prokofiev and Brahms at this year’s Minnesota Beethoven Festival, alongside pianist Anna Polonsky. Listen to the concert now!
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Composer Ted Hearne, in a new collaboration with the Grammy-winning choir the Crossing, uses the words of Jeff Bezos and William Penn to explore connections among farming, colonialism and capitalism.
This week’s episode of ‘Saturday Cinema,’ with host Lynne Warfel, features music to celebrate the 1960s, including selections from ‘Mary Poppins,’ ‘Spartacus’ and ‘The Pink Panther.’ Listen now!
Antonin Dvorak's ‘New World Symphony’ is an anthem to American roots. It was written by a foreigner and required white classical musicians to respect Black spirituals and Native American music. Sometimes it takes an outsider to point out what's great about a culture.
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.
Folk music inspires the theme for this week’s Extra Eclectic. Host Steve Seel features several works influenced by bluegrass and other folk idioms, including music by composers Jennifer Higdon, Jessie Montgomery and Philip Glass
On this week’s New Classical Tracks, cellist Maya Beiser explores J.S. Bach’s suites in her new album, ‘Infinite Bach.’
This week’s episode of Saturday Cinema, with host Lynne Warfel, features music to celebrate the Fourth of July with selections from ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ ‘Big’ and ‘Jaws.’ Listen now!
It’s Graduation Day at the Service Dog School, and you’re invited to the ceremony! Find out how these highly trained pups help the people who need them most in ‘Dog Days of Summer,’ the latest episode of YourClassical Storytime.
Host Scott Blankenship talks with Navajo pianist and composer Connor Chee about his artistic process and the importance of preserving Navajo music for future generations. Music includes the radio premiere of ‘Unbroken: Music for the Navajo Code Talkers.’ Listen now.