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Classical Classroom

Feb 23, 2015

This episode is so old that Producer Todd didn’t even have funny middle names yet. But it’s so good that we wanted for you guys to hear it again. Because Debussy. And Tracy Jacobson. I mean, come on. Back next week with more new stuff!
WindSync Wind Quintet bassoonist, Tracy Jacobson,...

Feb 16, 2015

Composer Stephen Paulus passed away last October and left a void in many hearts along with an amazing legacy. Composer Alex Freeman teaches about Paulus the man, and the music he left for us.

Music in this episode (both by Stephen Paulus):
– Pilgrims’ Hymn
– Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Composer Alex Freeman
Composer Alex...

Feb 9, 2015

We’re excited to share our new subseries, MusicWorks! It’s a show where you’ll learn about what classical music is doing in the world right now. You’ll hear inspiring artist stories, plus we’ll go into the sometimes unexpected places we’ve discovered classical music thriving while we’ve been learning about...

Feb 2, 2015

One of the distinguishing characteristics of chamber music is its inherent “democracy” – each part is of equal importance. Aaron Humble and Paul Rudoi of the Cantus Vocal Ensembleexplain how it works when everyone involved in making the music is a special snowflake.

Audio production by Todd “Sir Toddsalot”...