I think this video speaks for itself. No need for me to infringe on it's amazingness.
One of our chief joys is hearing from WXXI's classical music listeners. Enjoy a sample of a few e-mails from recent weeks.
I've been listening to your show on the way in to work lately and really enjoying the selection. Michael Pratorius was new to me, and a direct hit.
A question: you played a chaconne by Marin Marais last week (I believe by the Concert of Nations). I'd like to track the recording down, but he wrote a number of chaconnes. Can you shed any light?
Starring Renée Fleming as the aristocratic Marschallin and Susan Graham in the trouser role of her young lover.
Join us every Thursday night in April for performances by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Join us for the first in the new Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra series with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
Gustavo Dudamel's infectious energy has won over audiences, orchestras and colleagues alike.
The annual presentation of The Seven Last Words of Christ from Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.
Every Sunday, Democrat and Chronicle music maven Jeff Spevak posts an entry to his blog called "I read the New York Times so you don't have to," highlighting some stories of interest. This week, he discussed 2 obituaries. One has haunted me.