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.
David Ginder chats with Christopher Zimmerman about Elgar and Debussy.
The ZOFO Duet has just released their first album, "Mind Meld."
Charles Williams sees the Levine School as a community music school.
Charles Williams teaches students how to play their vocal instrument.
Charles Williams was the Levine School's first executive director.
Risa Carlson discusses guitar as a bridge instrument across musical styles.
Risa Carlson is the head of the Levine School's guitar department.
Ralitza Patcheva discusses building a new community of chamber musicians.
Ralitza Patcheva sees the Levine School as a place that embraces students.
Ralitza Patcheva discusses her decision pursue a career in music.
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