Posted on The Dover String Quartet brings Dacia a new recording (from the night before) of Alban Berg's Opus 3, and they jam to some 12 tones in a row!
Posted on This piece moved Taylor Swift to donate $50,000 and critic Alex Ross to poetry. Guess you'd better learn about it.
Posted on Listen to this episode, you must.
Posted on The author of the book that inspired the Amazon series on why she wrote the book, and working on the show's set.
Posted on The singer-songwriter and opera composer talks about composing traditional opera in contemporary music world.
Posted on Learn the secret of appreciating classical music (hint: it's not all that secret).
Posted on There's a lot of beautiful Christmas music out there. This isn't it. Learn what makes bad Christmas music bad in this episode.
Posted on It's the last day of Hanukkah. Celebrate one last time by learning about the music of Hanukkah in this episode of Classical Classroom.
Posted on Best friends with Chopin, hung out with Liszt, played for King Louis-Philippe. Never heard of him?
Posted on A beat-boxing Norwegian tuba player talks about this misunderstood instrument.
Posted on The story of the making of a piece of classical music, from instruments to performance.
Posted on Richard Scerbo proves that story is such a powerful force, it doesn't need words.
Posted on The violinist "Serenades" with her dulcet tones in this episode.
Posted on Learn about two of Menotti's operas - one dark and twisted, one not unlike an episode of "I Love Lucy".
Posted on Bonus Bachtoberfest episode with a side of scary.