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- Holiday Programming
Read about Classical MPR's 2013 holiday programming, including on-air specials, events and more!
- Labor Conflict May Lock Out Met Opera Workers
The clock is ticking for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. The world's largest opera company may be headed for a shutdown. Most of the union contracts for the Met expire in a week. Yesterday, Met General Manager Peter Gelb sent a letter to the unions, warning them to prepare for a lockout if they don't come to terms.
- 31 Days of Classical, Day 25: Do your soul a favor
31 Days is a bite-sized month-long trial of Classical Music from across the spectrum of this wonderful, expansive music we love at Classical MPR.
- Moveable Feast: Sustainability
The word 'sustainability' is heard often; John Birge and Minnesota Monthly's Rachel Hutton discuss sustainability in the context of eating out.
Perhaps best known as electro-pop duo Pet Shop Boys, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe made their Proms debut as composers on July 23. Reviews of their work, a tribute to computer scientist and cryptographer Alan Turing, were widely positive. What's more, BBC Radio 3 has made it possible for you to listen to the concert for 30 days.