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John Rutter talks to Edward Seckerson about his new choral release

In this exclusive audio podcast Rutter talks to Edward Seckerson about how a confirmed agnostic became immersed in a world of churches and ...

Podcast: Vasily Petrenko talks to Edward Seckerson about his latest Shostakovich recording

The latest instalment in Vasily Petrenko8217s highly acclaimed cycle of the Shostakovich symphonies offers a telling flashback to the ...

Podcast: Russian Music for Cello and Piano, with Wendy Warner and Irina Nuzova

A podcast introduction to Russian Music for Cello amp Piano, a new CD featuring cellist Wendy Warner and pianist Irina Nuzova. Writing in ...

Podcast: Jose Serebrier's Symphony No. 1

Jose Serebrier was 16 years old when he wrote his Symphony No. 1, and although he is better known as a conductor, he has been an active ...

Podcast: Music of the Spheres by Rued Langgaard

For most of his life, Danish composer Rued Langgaard had great difficulty getting his music performed, and for decades after his death in ...

Podcast: JoAnn Falletta and the music of Marcel Tyberg

Were it not for Dr. Enrico Mihich, the music of Marcel Tyberg would almost certainly be lost forever. Tyberg entrusted all of his scores ...

Podcast: Clarinet Hive

Evan Ziporyn is a composer, bass clarinettist, and has worked as a beekeeper. These interests collide in his piece 8220Hive8221, a ...

The Beethoven Project Trio

After almost 2 centuries, one would think that every piece by Ludwig van Beethoven has long since been performed and recorded 8211 but it ...

Antonio Salieri was a contemporary of Mozart8217s and one of the most influential composers of his time. He remained a lesser known ...

Podcast: The Symphonies of William Schuman

William Schuman was at various times President of the Juilliard School and President of Lincoln Centre. Despite being one of America8217s ...

Podcast: An introduction to Mozart Carmargo Guarnieri

Mozart Carmargo Guarnieri is one of the finest Brazilian composers of the 20th century. Unfortunately, except for Naxos recordings, he is ...

Podcast: Marin Alsop and the Symphonies of Antonin Dvorak

Czech composer Antonin Dvorak had, among his many talents, the gift of seemingly endless melody. His symphonies are filled with these ...