Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
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- New Classical Tracks: Music of Questions and Few Answers
When Sibelius wrote his Fourth Symphony it was considered to be strange and dark. Vanska instills in the Minnesota Orchestra the passion he's developed from living and breathing these works.March 12, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Prepare for Goose Bumps
Violinist Joshua Bell, who is now also conductor Joshua Bell, talks about his new recording and the excitement of Beethoven's symphonies.March 5, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: The Music of "Downton Abbey"
Behind the many stories of "Downton Abbey," there's a musical background telling us about the characters' lives. Composer John Lunn tells us more.February 26, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Violin at the Movies
The music on Nicola Benedetti's new disc all has a film connection, from the Ladies in Lavender theme to the lush violin concerto by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.February 19, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Romantic Fare from a Mezzo
Elīna Garanča's new disc traces love in its many dimensions, as revealed through opera arias for mezzo-soprano.February 12, 2013