This week on New Classical Tracks, composer Morten Lauridsen shares insights into his latest album, 'Light Eternal,' which features two world premieres alongside a number of his most popular works. Enter the giveaway for a chance to win the new release!
Though Bach's Six Suites are most commonly heard as works for solo cello, they have been played on a range of instruments over the years. This week on New Classical Tracks, Kim Kashkashian brings them to life on viola.
Here on New Classical Tracks, we love sharing with you the most exciting new recordings every year. And, when you enter our weekly CD giveaways, you show us how excited you are about these recordings, too. Find out which are your 10 most coveted new releases of 2018.
This week on New Classical Tracks, English horn player Cally Banham and her band Cortango are joined by members of the St. Louis Symphony on 'Cor Christmas,' featuring festive arrangements of holiday favorites -- with a few surprises on the way.
This week on New Classical Tracks, male vocal ensemble Chanticleer celebrates its 40th anniversary. Its latest release, 'Then and There, Here and Now,' takes a look back at the ensemble's history, and includes everything from Renaissance music to gospel and beyond.
This week on New Classical Tracks, the Danish String Quartet kicks off a 5-CD project connecting the dots from Bach to Beethoven and beyond. 'Prism I' traces the influence of a Bach fugue through Shostakovich's String Quartet No. 15 and Beethoven's String Quartet No. 12.
This week on New Classical Tracks, composer Patrick Hawes describes the inspiration behind his latest work, 'The Great War Symphony,' which received its U.S. premiere this past Veterans Day to mark the 100th anniversary of the World War I armistice.