The Musicians of Ma'alwyck joined us in our studios for an interview and intimate performance.
Joshua Bell talks with us about his new recording and upcoming performance at The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
Watch the making of Lang Lang's New York Rhapsody and get the CD as thanks for your support of Classical WMHT-FM.
Evan Mack wrote 'Roscoe' with the voice of opera superstar Deborah Voigt in his mind.
Rachel Barton Pine talks with us about her upcoming performances.
David Alan Miller on his 25th Anniversary Season with the Albany Symphony.
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Evan Tublitz, Troy Chromatic Concerts board member, talks with us about the series and the rest of the season.
Ann-Marie Barker Schwartz and Laurie Zabele Cawley spoke with Rob Brown about the performances.
Joshua Bell on his new recording 'For the Love of Brahms' and his upcoming concert with Alessio Bax at The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.
Watch the making of Lang Lang's New York Rhapsody. Get the CD as thanks for your support of Classical WMHT-FM.
David Alan Miller speaks with us about his 25th Anniversary Season with the Albany Symphony.
Rachel Barton Pine speaks with us about her upcoming performances.
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