Each week you will hear performances by the finest artists from the Rochester area’s musical community, with programs ranging from soloists and chamber ensembles to large orchestras and choirs.
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.
This documentary about The Lawrence Welk Show features rarely seen footage from more than 50 years of never-before-seen archival performances by members of the Welk Musical Family.
Every day for 5 hours at WXXI, I play CDs. On an average weekday, I play 22 pieces of recorded music. A rough estimate suggests that 97% of the recordings I play are produced in a studio, with the remaining 3% are recorded live in concert.
The chorus and orchestra of Music of the Baroque perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ According to St. John, conducted by Nicholas Kraerner.
Chris Botti in Boston, Part 2 features the acclaimed trumpeter performing with a once-in-a-lifetime lineup of some of today’s most popular music artists, including Sting, Steven Tyler, Josh Groban and Yo-Yo Ma.
Listen to the Civic Orchestra of Chicago perform works from Debussy and Respoghi.
Morning host Brenda Tremblay takes you on a musical journey through the desert then leads you to water.
I'm not sure this is really what it claims to be, but it's interesting nonetheless.