Hear the Boston Landmarks Orchestra's memorial concert for the late Charles Ansbacher.
Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6:30pm on 99.5 All Classical
Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Los Angeles Philharmonic's Opening Night Concert, with tenor Juan Diego Floréz in music by Rossini.
Friday, Oct. 8, 8pm on 99.5 All Classical
What ever became of your college roommate? Here's what happened to Mahler's.
A listener has requested music by a great but unheralded American composer.
The Czech capitol was one of the centers of Art Nouveau.
Sir Simon Rattle says that he wasn’t always a huge Tchaikovsky fan....
The conductor gives a preview of the 2010-2011 season.
First, because it’s Monday and the idea of joyfully propelling yourself through the thrilling chaos of life may not yet have occurred to you...
When my child was a few weeks shy of his 2nd birthday I showed him a beautifully-designed “Prince Charming” costume complete with beribboned jacket with gold buttons and epaulets...
Hear musical responses to great cathedrals, and watch Building The Great Cathedrals.
The classical music establishment has always been divided about Gershwin...
Fortepianist Robert Levin talks about the infectious joy of Mozart's music.
It's Halloween, so it seems appropriate to consider the subject of fear...
The World's Alex Gallafent looks into Alexander Scriabin's synaesthesia, and conductor Marin Alsop discusses Samuel Barber with NPR's Scott Simon.
Hear music for an unheralded anniversary on Saturday morning, and from a great conductor on Sunday.
Alex Ross, music critic for the New Yorker and author of The Rest is Noise, visits Cambridge this evening.
Sunday at 2pm on Classical New England
How can you get the most out of playing Haydn? Ask pianist and conductor Christian Zacharias and he'll tell you...
Ray Brown has music from Gershwin, Roy Harris, and Haydn
Violinist Nikolaj Znaider visited 99.5 All Classical and brought along the instrument of a legendary artist.
Bruno Walter, like most conductors of his generation, was also a composer...
The Boston Symphony Orchestra serves up a rich performance on its own label.
A hidden bonus with one of our thank you gifts.
The birthday anniversary of a composer who changed his course.
The Austrian pianist takes on one of the monuments of the concerto repertoire.
Nikolaj Znaider joins the Vienna Philharmonic for Korngold's Violin Concerto, a piece built on film themes.
I suppose with a name like mine, it shouldn't come as any surprise that Scotland figures prominently in my background.
Check out some recent NPR pieces about classical music.
Saturday, Dec. 4 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Andrew Davis at the CSO
Sunday, Dec. 5 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Sifting the truth to find the music.
Light is so important to the holidays for Jews and Christians alike, and even for those who celebrate Winter Solstice.
Leon Fleisher talks with Diane Rehm, Alex Ross sounds off on modern music, and how much would you pay for a violin?
Two important composers share a birthday of December 11.
One of today's great Mahler interpreters performs some of the composer's most personal music.
Hear Bach's masterpiece for the Christmas season.
Sunday, Jan. 2 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Hear music inspired by the Museum of Fine Art's new Art of the Americas wing.
If you missed Thursday night's webcast, download performances from the concert, including Robert Levin's Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 with conductor Nicholas McGegan, from the newly refurbished Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Weekdays at 8:30am on 99.5 All Classical
Dramatic art from two New Englanders, inspired by the Art of the Americas wing of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Orchestras at the multiplex: a mixed bag.
Saturday, Jan. 15 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Sunday, Jan. 16 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
Creativity and technology, on the stage and beyond.
Saturday, Jan. 22 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Bursts of energy from the early 1940's for the eyes and ears, inspired by the Art of the Americas wing of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Sunday, Jan. 23 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical
A listener dispels a myth through her request.
Two composers write for their times and create something eternal.
Sunday, Jan. 23 at 9am on 99.5 All Classical
I hope you'll join me for a wonderful concert this Friday.
Michael Tilson Thomas conducts music by Wagner, Adès, and Copland, live in the opening concert from the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center.
Wednesday, Jan. 26 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Saturday, Jan. 29 at 7pm on 99.5 All Classical
Two Latin American Modernists, inspired by the Art of the Americas wing at the Museum of Fine Arts.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra in Concert
Sunday, Jan. 30 at 3pm on 99.5 All Classical