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.
The Washington Chorus presents a major new work by Music Director Julian Wachner.
Nicole Lacroix talks with Soprano Sarah Coburn.
Marilyn Cooley talks with Elizabeth Field and Stephanie Vial.
Marin Alsop discusses performing Arthur Honegger's oratorio, "Joan of Arc at the Stake."
Norman Scribner Discusses the 2011-2012 Choral Arts Society season
Cathedral Choral Society Music Director J. Reilly Lewis talks with David Ginder.
Marilyn Cooley talks with musician and composer David Balakrishnan.
Hungarian pianist Ádám György's candlelight recital for The Embassy Series.
Michael Beckerman discusses Dvorak's great interest in African-American spirituals.
Maestro Christoph Eschenbach opens his 2nd season with the NSO
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Classical WETA 90.9 FM showcases notable new (or newly reissued) CDs each week. Hear selections from the CD on-air throughout the week, and check online to learn more about the artist and the music.
Historian Garrett Peck discusses the history of brewing in the nation's capital. D.C.'s beer heritage dates back to 1770 and claims some very innovative brewers.
Arthur follows the adventures and misadventures of 8-year-old Arthur Read (an aardvark), his little sister D.W., and his friends and family.
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