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.
Nicole Lacroix talks with Benjamin Olinsky, Artistic Director of the 18th Street Singers.
Tenor Jonathan Burton performs at the Castleton Festival.
Young soprano Melissa Chavez discusses the Castleton Artists Training Seminar.
Marilyn Cooley talks with Nancy Gustafson about this year's Castleton Festival.
David Ginder chats with J. Reilly Lewis about the Cathedral Choral Society latest concert.
David Finckel talks about the Emerson String Quartet with Marilyn Cooley.
Professor James Loeffler previews "Between Two Worlds" on Front Row Washington.
Conductor Vasily Petrenko discusses Shostakovich Symphony No. 4.
Miriam Burns talks about the McLean Orchestra's Route 66 to Paris concert.
J. Reilly Lewis talks about the Washington Bach Consort's B minor Mass performance.
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