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.
Conductor Kristjan Järvi debuts with the National Symphony Orchestra.
The Folger Consort concludes their season with “The Tempest" featuring an all star cast.
A local trombonist creates a new edition of Glinka for the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet with the NSO and with a new CD.
Thomas Beveridge and the New Dominion Chorale.
Vocal Arts DC president Dan Silver talks to Nicole Lacroix about their upcoming festival.
Pro Musica Hebraica co-founder Dr. Charles Krauthammer discusses their April concert
Antony Walker brings Rossini's "La Cenerentola" to Washington Concert Opera.
Violinist Adele Anthony performs the Brahms Violin Concerto with the National Philharmonic
Composer Avner Dorman talks about his new piano concerto, "Lost Souls."
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WETA looks back at the people and events of the 1980s — the disorderly decade that saw Washington's emergence as a true global capital.
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Arlington, Virginia's Fire Chief James Schwartz recalls the county fire department's milestones.
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