Join Lynne Warfel for two full hours of your favorite film music on the latest episode of 'Saturday Cinema,' in which we celebrate October birthdays with music from the films of Julie Andrews, Walter Matthau, Stanley Holloway, Charlton Heston, Ethel Waters, Angela Lansbury and more. Listen now.
It's all listener requests on the latest episode of 'Saturday Cinema,' as host Lynne Warfel plays your film-music favorites, including selections by John Barry, Lalo Schifrin and Rachel Portman. Listen now.
Michael Giacchino not only is a film composer but also a filmmaker. He shares his experience directing and composing music for Marvel’s ‘Werewolf by Night,’ which will be screened with a live performance of his score by the Minnesota Orchestra on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis.
On the latest episode of ‘Saturday Cinema,’ host Lynne Warfel explores the film scores of two landmark composers from Hollywood's Golden Age: Erich Korngold and Max Steiner. Selections include music from ‘The Sea Hawk,’ ‘King Kong’ and ‘Gone With the Wind.’ Listen now.
On the latest episode of Saturday Cinema, Lynne Warfel celebrates the music of the first family of film scoring — Alfred, Lionel, Thomas and Randy Newman — with selections that range from the ‘20th Century Fox Fanfare’ to ‘Toy Story.’
On the latest episode of ‘Saturday Cinema,’ Lynne Warfel celebrates the much more than five-year mission of ‘Star Trek’ on its 57th anniversary with a survey of the fine music composed for the original TV series and later incarnations.
On this episode of ‘Saturday Cinema’ for the first weekend of September, host Lynne Warfel surveys music from films about working folks and school days, including selections from the scores of ‘9 to 5,’ ‘Norma Rae’ and ‘Dead Poet's Society.’ Listen now.
On this episode of Saturday Cinema, for Aug. 26, host Lynne Warfel plays listener requests for their favorite film scores.
About Saturday Cinema
Exploring the best in film music, with host Lynne Warfel. Listen live at 10 a.m. central every Saturday on YourClassical Radio — now 2 hours!