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Tanglewood Music Center Fellows Chamber Concert

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017, 4pm Coffee, Tea, and Light Fare - 5pm Chamber Music Concert.

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Interview with Artistic Director Lila Brown of Music from Salem on Classical WMHT-FM

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Music from Salem brings together stellar musicians to prepare and perform chamber music in the peace and beauty of rural Washington County.

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Interview with From the Top Host Christopher O'Riley on Classical WMHT-FM

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Host Christopher O'Riley talks with Classical WMHT-FM about From the Top and his new work 'This Land/Our Land.'

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Interview with John Mauceri on Classical WMHT-FM

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John Mauceri, the famed writer, educator, conductor, arranger and founding director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra to conduct “The Cradle Will Rock.”

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Interview with David Alan Miller about the Water Music NY Project on Classical WMHT-FM

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A trip 200 years in the making.

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Interview with Adam Neiman on Classical WMHT-FM

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Grammy Award nominee Adam Neiman is hailed as one of the premiere pianists, composers, and entrepreneurs of his generation.

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Interview with Alexander Platt on Classical WMHT-FM

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Maverick Concerts begins their second century of Music in the Woods on Friday, June 23. But there are pre-season concerts this weekend.

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Sandbox Percussion: Performance and Interview

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Sandbox Percussion stopped by the Classical WMHT-FM studios for a performance and conversation.

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Interview with Judith Lang Zaimont

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Judith Lang Zaimont talks about her music, the Musical Quilt Project and the idea of Suffrage.

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Interview with Composer Christopher Theofanidis

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Composer Christopher Theofanidis talks about his newly revise Violin Concerto premiering at the American Music Festival June 3, 2017.

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Interview with William Jon Gray, Burnt Hills Oratorio Society Artistic Director

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William Jon Gray discusses Mendelssohn’s Elijah, an Oratorio the Burnt Hills Oratorio Society will perform on Friday, May 19, at Skidmore College.

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Interview with Guitarist and Composer Andrew McKenna Lee

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Andrew McKenna Lee on his new work, Black Pool, premiering at the American Music Festival and his upcoming solo recital.

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Interview with Members of the Musicians Of Ma'alwyck

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Violinist Ann-Marie Barker Schwartz and flutist Norman Thibodeau preview their next concert at the Schuyler Mansion.

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Interview with Composer Reena Esmail on Classical WMHT-FM

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Composer Reena Esmail talks music and culture and previews her June 3 concert.

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David Alan Miller Celebrates 25 Years with The Albany Symphony

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Celebrating 25 years of David Alan Miller.

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NPR Classical News

Sing Different: Steve Jobs' Life Becomes An Opera

The Apple co-founder's complicated story is the subject of The (R)evolution Of Steve Jobs, by composer Mason Bates...

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