Classical WETA's on-air hosts interview prominent classical music performers, composers and artists in this series of intimate audio conversations recorded for ClassicalWETA.org.
Classical WETA's David Ginder speaks with Wolf Trap Opera Alumna, mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton.
Classical WETA's Deb Lamberton visited harpsichord teacher Lois Narvey at her Levine Music studio to explore the importance of Rameau's keyboard music.
Taiwanese-Australian violinist Ray Che speaks with Classical WETA’s Marilyn Cooley about his return to Washington for his Washington Performing Arts debut.
Classical WETA's Nicole Lacroix sat down with Ryan Brown to discuss Opera Lafayette's performance of Jean-Philippe Rameau's Les Fêtes de l'Hymen et de l'Amour, ou Les Dieux d'Egypte (The Celebrations of Marriage and Love, or the Gods of Egypt).
Classical WETA's Deborah Lamberton talks with Grammy-winning organist Paul Jacobs.
Deb Lamberton recaps a recent Friends of Classical Music event.
Nicole Lacroix speaks with Stephen Costello and Ailyn Pérez about their upcoming performance with Washington National Opera.
Classical WETA's Nicole Lacroix talks with Marie-France Lefèbvre and Mireille Asselin about the two short operas on Wolf Trap's double bill this August.
Mezzo-soprano Maya Lahyani talks with Classical WETA's afternoon host Bill Bukowski about performing Carmen at Wolf Trap Opera.
Classical WETA's Nicole Lacroix talks with National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute conductor Elizabeth Schulze.
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