Friday at 9pm on WGBH 2
One of Aaron Copland's greatest masterpieces is a rare combination of public statement and art, and it owes its existence to some unexpected sources.
Boston Globe classical music critic Jeremy Eichler talks about significant stories of the classical music season so far.
On-demand at Classical New England
How did a two-and-a-half century-old piece of music written for Lent become an iconic Christmas tradition of our time?
On June 5, 1971, James Levine lifted his baton and stepped up on the stage at The Metropolitan Opera. The occasion was a festival performance of Tosca. It was also the 27-year-old Levine's debut performance at the Met.
The seriously fun classical duo brings "A Little Nightmare Music" to our Fraser Performance Studio.
MARK VOLPE ON LEVINE'S RESIGNATION
LISTEN: THE CALLIE CROSSLEY SHOW
The musical Mary Poppins opened at the Opera House, But Jared Bowen gets a solo performance from the man who co-wrote all of the classic film's music.
María Hinojosa: One-On-One
Watch Saturday, February 13, at 6pm on WGBH 2/HD.
The Grammy Awards are this Sunday and among the nominees is Bostonian and Berklee College of Music alumnus Danilo Pérez, nominated for Best Jazz Instrumental Album for his latest release Providencia.
The Emily Rooney Show
Folk artist Amy Correia joined Steve Almond on The Emily Rooney Show to play her famous blend of folk, blues and soul -- and to talk about what it's like to move back to Massachusetts after a decade living in New York and LA.
Weekdays at 8:30am on 99.5 All Classical
Leon Fleisher talks with Diane Rehm, Alex Ross sounds off on modern music, and how much would you pay for a violin?
Check out some recent NPR pieces about classical music.
Violinist Nikolaj Znaider visited 99.5 All Classical and brought along the instrument of a legendary artist.
How can you get the most out of playing Haydn? Ask pianist and conductor Christian Zacharias and he'll tell you...
A young, Boston-bred pianist wins one of the most significant prizes in music.
Two longtime friends stop by our Fraser Performance Studio for conversation and music by Brahms, Berg, and Poulenc.
One of Boston's premiere organs has just been expanded.
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.
The World's Marco Werman takes you on a musical trip around the world in Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders.
As a WGBH Radio host, Steve Schwartz presented listeners with artist profiles, live performances he produced and contemporary and classic jazz selections. We are proud to offer you on-demand episodes of his show.
Radio documentaries on some of the greatest jazz artists of our times, lovingly produced by 89.7 WGBH jazz host Steve Schwartz.
Over the years, 89.7 WGBH jazz host Eric Jackson has spoken to many of the great jazz masters of our times. Listen to our archive of jazz conversations.
The Grammy-nominated Imani Winds perform Ravel's Le Tombeau de Couperin, a new piece by Jason Moran, and music by ensemble member Valerie Coleman.
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