On Friday, Irish playwright, Cathal Gallagher, talks about his drama, Malcolm and Teresa, which is being presented by the A.D. Players. And Michigan-based trumpeter, Benje Daneman, and his band perform live for us, previewing their upcoming show at the Cézanne Jazz Club.> program website
Don't know neo-nationalism from neoclassicism? Bone up on the surprisingly multifaceted career of Igor Stravinsky as the 100th anniversary of his iconic Rite of Spring approaches.
Fridays are funner with a classical cartoon at noon from Deceptive Cadence.
Not long after his shocking ballet, the composer branched out into a broad range of styles, ushering in new musical trends far from the violent tone of his iconic Rite of Spring.
We've gotten some really funny and creative entries so far in our video project celebrating the Rite of Spring centennial. Where's yours? Check out some videos, grab the music and get cracking â€” you only have until Tuesday, May 28.
In memory of John MacFarlane, Association for Community Broadcasting Board Chair, and our dear friend. We are grateful for your legacy of leadership and support.
Join Classical 91.7's St.John Flynn on a special journey to the heart of all things Mozart! And what better time to be in Salzburg than for the annual celebration of the composer's birthday, January 27.
Listen to our quick overview of this week's opera broadcast of Jules Massenet'sÂ Werther, airing Saturday at noon.
Classical 91.7 audio librarian, Dacia Clay has a secret: she knows next to nothing about classical music. But she wants to learn! Luckily, sheâ€™s surrounded by classical music experts every day. In each episode of the Classical Classroom, Daciaâ€™s colleagues and some local classical music luminaries take turns giving her classical music â€śhomework assignmentsâ€ť. Youâ€™ll learn about everything from bel canto aria to the use of leitmotif in the score to Star Wars. Come learn with us in the Classical Classroom.
Daniel ChacĂłn has been selected as this month's Classical 91.7/Arte PĂşblico Press Author of the Month. In the next installment of a series of monthly features, Classical 91.7's Eric Ladau spoke with Mr. ChacĂłn.
Princeton Miles hosts Music in the Making Sunday, May 26th at 7:06pm. Enjoy an hour of performances from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. The program features music by Maurice Ravel, Maurice Durufle, and Shulamit Ran.
Listen to our quick overview of this weekâ€™s opera broadcast of Giuseppe Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, airing Saturday at noon.
This Saturday at noon we begin a 9-week series of performances from The Lyric Opera of Chicago.Â