Posted on A quick overview of the Verdi classic, Saturday's noon opera broadcast on Classical 91.7
Posted on Our quick overview of Berlioz’s monumental masterpiece, Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Posted on An introduction to Puccini’s romantic masterpiece, Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Posted on Kurt Stallmann takes apart Bach's Inventions and looks at the materials they're made of.
Posted on Our quick overview of Rossini’s 1817 comic masterpiece Cinderella, this Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Posted on The pianist and Chopin expert talks about the story behind the Preludes.
Posted on A quick intro to Handel’s only comedy, Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Posted on September 30th is International Podcast Day. Celebrate by listening to international podcast episodes!
Posted on The story of the first woman to run for the US presidency - in 1872 - told in an opera.
Posted on An overview of Carlisle Floyd’s Southern tragedy, Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Posted on We are so old. One hundred episodes old to be exact. Join us as we look back at the past 100 shows with many special guests.
Posted on Announcer Chris Johnson talks about two recordings of Vivaldi's "Autumn".
Posted on Composer Stephen Paulus passed away last October. Composer Alex Freeman teaches about Paulus' music and legacy.
Posted on An overview of Massenet’s ultra-romantic love story, Saturday’s noon LA Opera broadcast.
Posted on Duendes, chupacabras, brujas and other fearsome creatures from Mexican-American lore emerge from the darkness in these stories by teacher and author Xavier Garza.