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Best Joann Falletta podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Joann Falletta podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
Updated April 2020
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Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
Welcome to the BBC Music Magazine podcast. Join us once a month for the latest classical music news, the top stories in the new issue of BBC Music Magazine, a guide to the magazine’s cover CD, plus a round-up of our favourite new recordings.
A collection of discussions between special guests and Music Director and midday host, Julia Figueras.
This week on New Classical Tracks, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter discusses her collaboration with legendary Hollywood composer John Williams on the new album 'Across the Stars,' which includes reworked versions of classic themes from 'Star Wars,' 'Harry Potter,' 'Schindler's List' and more.
Jae Sinnett, host of Sinnett in Session on WHRV had a few moments to speak with Randy Thomas, president and owner The Vanguard Brewpub & Distillery about their mandated shutdown, their opportunity to be part of the distillery team making hand sanitizer for the U.S. government, and the creative ways they are still working to support local musicians …
In the April issue of the BBC Music Magazine Podcast, we discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on music festivals across the globe. We also look at the recently released list of PRS Women Changing Music, which features a number of film composers. Also this month, we flick through the latest issue of BBC Music Magazine, which features piani…
This week on New Classical Tracks, Angele Dubeau and her all-female ensemble wrap up Women's History Month with music that marks our time on 'Pulsations.'
This week on New Classical Tracks, Margaret Batjer marks her 20th year as concertmaster of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with 'Jalbert, Bach, Part and Vasks,' which features a newly commissioned violin concerto.
Dr. Glenn Winters discusses the final Virginia Opera production of this season, Verdi's epic masterpiece Aida.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
This week on New Classical Tracks, violinist and Kentucky native Tessa Clark discusses her debut solo album 'Fantasy,' which includes a mix of classical and folk music.
Neave Trio's newest recording 'Her Voice' celebrates three trailblazing composers, who also happen to be women: Amy Beach, Rebecca Clarke and Louise Farrenc. Violinist Anna Williams, pianist Eri Nakamura and cellist Mikhail (Misha) Veselov discuss their new album this week on New Classical Tracks.
Welcome to the March 2020 edition of the BBC Music Magazine Podcast! This month we discuss the news that the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment will only travel by train (rather than plane) on its upcoming tour, as part of its commitment to becoming carbon neutral. We also look at new research which uncovers the fact that Beethoven may not, in f…
By Julia Figueras
As a teenager, Rachel Barton Pine fell in love with the 'headbanging riffs' of Aram Khachaturian's Violin Concerto. Three decades later, she's finally recorded the work, which appears alongside Dvorak's concerto on Pine's 39th recording.
At 17, he won the BBC's Young Musician Competition. Then he performed at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He's also appeared on 'Britain's Got Talent' with his six musical siblings. Yet, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who is just 20 years old and still studies at the Royal Academy of Music, is grounded in the music he loves. He's j…
This week on New Classical Tracks, music director JoAnn Falletta celebrates two decades at the helm of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra with a new live concert recording of Brahms Concerto No. 2 and Prokofiev's 'Romeo and Juliet.'
By Julia Figueras
The oratorio 'Sanctuary Road' shines a light on William Still, a conductor of the Underground Railroad. Not only did Still risk his life helping people find freedom, he chronicled their stories and their struggles. This week on New Classical Tracks, librettist Mark Campbell, soprano Laquita Mitchell, and composer Paul Moravec discuss the significan…
Frederick Ballentine grew up in Norfolk and attended the Governor's School for the Arts, where he fell in love with opera. This season, he made his debut at The Metropolitan Opera with the role of Sportin' Life in their new production of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Frederick talks with Wayla about his memories of Governor's School, his advice for cu…
By Julia Figueras
Tesla Quartet's founding violinist Ross Snyder discusses the ensemble's second album, 'Joy and Desolation.' The recording, which also features clarinetist Alexander Fiterstein, explores the contrast of light and darkness in music from the 18th century through today.
Preview of Virginia Opera's "Cinderella" with Glenn WintersBy 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
The Peacherine Ragtime Orchestra will perform in Kill Devil Hills on Saturday, January 25. Rebecca Evans interviewed Andrew Greene, the orchestra’s conductor and founder, about the performance.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
In our February 2020 podcast, we discuss cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s entry into the Official UK Album Chart, the first cellist in history to do so. We also analyse the nominees for Best Original Score at this year’s Oscars, BAFTAs and Golden Globes, and look at who from the classical music was named on the New Year’s Honours list this year. Also t…
This week on New Classical Tracks, members of Chicago-based Black Oak Ensemble discuss their debut album 'Silenced Voices.' The recording features string trios by six Jewish composers, all but one of whom perished during the Holocaust.
By Julia Figueras
New Classical Tracks: Cellist Ofra Harnoy reenergizes her career as she gets 'Back to Bach'
A performance injury nearly derailed guitarist Milos Karadaglic's career. Now, after a 2-year hiatus, he's back with a deeply personal recording, "Sound of Silence," featuring pieces by Radiohead, Leonard Cohen, Paul Simon and the Magnetic Fields.
Dr. Ashley Jackson and conductor Malcolm J. Merriweather discuss the fascinating history of Margaret Bonds' 'The Ballad of the Brown King,' which tells the story of the Nativity from the perspective of Balthazar. The fully orchestrated version premiered in 1960 with a dedication to Martin Luther King Jr. Now it has been recorded for the first time …
In our January 2020 podcast, we find out about violinist Nicola Benedetti's latest venture, an impressive educational initiative that she's been dreaming of starting for years. She's our cover star on the January issue of BBC Music Magazine, and in this podcast we also enjoy a clip from our cover CD of works by Mozart and Schubert, played by BBC Ra…
The Dale Warland Singers disbanded 15 years ago, yet their magical sound is as appealing as ever on their live holiday recording, 'Hodie!' Self-professed 'choral nerd' Dale Warland discusses the new album, which features rarely heard Christmas repertoire from Daniel Pinkham and Benjamin Britten.
This week on New Classical Tracks, three members of the 5 Browns reflect on the childhood memories that inspired their new holiday album, 'Christmas with the 5 Browns.'
Wayla speaks with French guitarist Raphael Feuillatre, who was the First Prize Winner of the 2018 Guitar Foundation of America Competition and is currently on tour throughout North America. His recently released album on the Naxos label includes a wide range of styles and periods, encompassing both classic works for the guitar and transcriptions of…
This week on New Classical Tracks, James Arthur and Rebecca Hickey of Stile Antico discuss the Renaissance vocal ensemble's third Christmas release, 'A Spanish Nativity.'
We have mince pies, sherry and crackers: it must be time for the Christmas podcast! Join us for an episode packed with Yuletide joy, beautiful new carols by Dobrinka Tabakova, Toby Young, Cecilia McDowall and Michael Finnissy, as well as our favourite festive musical jokes. Plus hear all about our Christmas isssue. Our cover feature takes a look at…
This week on New Classical Tracks, music director JoAnn Falletta celebrates two decades at the helm of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra with a new live concert recording of Brahms Concerto No. 2 and Prokofiev's 'Romeo and Juliet'.
There are journeys we take in life. Sometimes, we go through darkness to find light; sometimes we leave the light and descend into darkness. In the next Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra concerts , we will do both. Guest conductor JoAnn Falletta , Music Director of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and RPO Principal Flute Rebecca Gilbert joined Jul…
This week on New Classical Tracks, pianist Wei Luo explores war and death on her self-titled solo debut, which features recordings of works by Prokofiev, Ravel and Shchedrin.
Virginia Musical Theatre presents the Rodgers and Hammerstein review "A Grand Night for Singing" the weekend of November 22. Rebecca Evans interviewed Director Lindsay Eure and performer Tyler Sodoma about their backgrounds, the arrangements in the show, and the moments they're most excited about.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
This week on New Classical Tracks, New York Polyphony founding member Craig Phillips discusses the album 'Lamentationes,' which includes world premiere recordings of recently discovered works by Francisco de Penalosa.
The Norfolk Chamber Consort presents “Traversing the Americas” on Monday, November 11. Rebecca Evans interviewed Artistic Co-Directors Andrey Kasparov and Oksana Lutsyshyn about their involvement with the Consort and what to expect at Monday’s concert.By 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
Tessa Lark 's star is shining brightly. She brings her luminous presence into Kodak Hall this week for a performance with your Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Alban Berg's Violin Concerto. Tessa and RPO music director Ward Stare came by our studios to talk with Julia Figueras about this deeply moving piece, as well as Bach, Bartok, Webe…
This week on New Classical Tracks, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra music director Louis Langree discusses the new album 'Transatlantic,' which includes world premiere recordings of two new editions of Gershwin's 'An American in Paris.'
In our December 2019 podcast, we pay tribute to the late soprano Jessye Norman and listen to one of her best recordings. We also discuss the new 'Music for Trees' app created by the Royal Parks in conjunction with the Royal Academy of Music. The app follows the roaming user as they walk around Regent's Park, playing corresponding compositions by RA…
opera discussionBy 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
Cellist Andrei Ionita brought down the house when he played Shostakovich for his RPO (and American!) debut just over a year ago. He's back in town, this time to play a concerto that struggled to gain a foothold in the concert hall. Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra music director Ward Stare has framed the concerto with touches of spring, dashes of m…