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Carole King and James Taylor perform at LA's Troubadour nightclub in a 2007 concert.
Wednesday at 1:30pm on WGBH 44
Celebrate the 10th Year of A Christmas Celtic Sojourn
PBS Summer Arts
Friday, 9pm on WGBH2
Patti Page and Nick Clooney host this star-studded celebration of popular music from the 1950s and early 1960s, featuring Frankie Laine, the Four Lads, and archival performances from Nat King Cole.
Traditions take new and wild turns as a band of theater renegades reinterpret Mary Poppins, Tim Burton drops a vampire into 20th century Maine and the Boston Pops celebrate America's diverse music history with Steve Martin on banjo.
In a special rebroadcast dedicated to the memory of Davy Jones, Jones, co-host Peter Noone, and other artists perform classics from the decade of peace, love, and profound social change.
Airs this month on WGBH
Following a $114 million renovation, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is inviting the public to visit its new wing. See a peek inside the Gardner’s new space.
What to do this weekend? There's the movie "My Week With Marilyn," the new play "Captors" and the all-string group Childsplay's annual series of concerts.
Country pop legends from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s unite to perform their biggest and best-loved hits. Roy Clark hosts this emotional trip down three decades of memory lane.
Today at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
Sunday, June 26 at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
Saturday, June 11 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Sunday, June 5 at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
Tonight at 8pm on 995allclassical.org
Music always has a healing power, but these events make that power a tangible reality.
Sunday, Mar. 27 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
How one of Shakespeare's last plays stands as a singular creation and points the way towards new forms of theater.
Saturday, Mar. 19 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
When everything familiar bursts into the remarkable.
Sunday, Mar. 13 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
The Takács Quartet, Muzsikás, and Márta Sebestyén take us into the soul of the Hungarian composer's music.
Rock and pop legend Jon "Bowzer" Bauman brings back the best songs from the late ‘50s and early ‘60s.
Saturday at 10pm on WGBH 2
Haitink in Chicago
Sunday, Feb. 27 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
The Boston Philharmonic in Concert
Sunday, Feb. 20 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Saturday, Feb. 19 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Labadie Conducts Chicago
Sunday, Feb. 6 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Saturday, Feb. 5 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in Concert
Sunday, Jan. 30 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Michael Tilson Thomas conducts music by Wagner, Adès, and Copland, live in the opening concert from the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center.
Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
I hope you'll join me for a wonderful concert this Friday.
Sunday, Jan. 16 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
If you missed Thursday night's webcast, download performances from the concert, including Robert Levin's Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 with conductor Nicholas McGegan, from the newly refurbished Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Sunday, Jan. 2 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
One of Boston's renowned musicians organizes performances to benefit those in need.
Andrew Davis at the CSO
Sunday, Dec. 5 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Saturday, Dec. 4 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Nikolaj Znaider joins the Vienna Philharmonic for Korngold's Violin Concerto, a piece built on film themes.
The Welsh harpist brings a new voice to Bach, and Nikolaus Harnoncourt conducts the Cantata No. 61 for Advent (translation).
On-demand at WCRB online
The Austrian pianist takes on one of the monuments of the concerto repertoire.
How can you get the most out of playing Haydn? Ask pianist and conductor Christian Zacharias and he'll tell you...
The World's Alex Gallafent looks into Alexander Scriabin's synaesthesia, and conductor Marin Alsop discusses Samuel Barber with NPR's Scott Simon.
John Eliot Gardiner conducts Bach's Cantata No. 80 (translation), a piece as magnificent and everlasting as the ancient church in which it was performed.
On-demand at WCRB online
Fortepianist Robert Levin talks about the infectious joy of Mozart's music.
One of Boston's premiere organs has just been expanded.
Are there alternatives to how classical music concerts are presented?
The perfect meal to enjoy while listening to Czech music.
The conductor gives a preview of the 2010-2011 season.
The Czech capitol was one of the centers of Art Nouveau.
Sometimes classical music can catch us with our guard down.
Schumann's two piano trios, which are among his final works, provide a glimpse into the composer's vivacious personality and creative voice. Hear members of the Emerson Quartet and pianist Wu Han play both trios at Boston's Jordan Hall.
Berklee graduate Ari Picker's group Lost in the Trees creates a cinematic blend of storytelling and strings. Hear the band performs three of its new songs in the NPR Music offices.
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Opening Night Concert, with tenor Juan Diego Floréz in music by Rossini.
Friday, Oct. 8, 8pm on 99.5 All Classical
Hear the Boston Landmarks Orchestra's memorial concert for the late Charles Ansbacher.
Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff performs a classic song with special guest Michael Franti.
Continuing a WGBH tradition, Brian O'Donovan hosts music from Boarding House Park in Lowell, MA during the Lowell Folk Festival.
Bob Parlocha is a nationally known jazz expert and former program director and host of KJAZ in San Francisco.
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