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.
Bill Bukowski chats with Antony Walker, Conductor and Artistic Director of Washington Concert Opera, about WCO's performance of Giuseppe Verdi's Il corsaro.
Nicole Lacroix talks with Wolf Trap Opera Company Director Kim Witman about the upcoming production of Winterreise.
Bill Bukowski talks with J. Reilly Lewis of the Cathedral Choral Society about the group's multi-media concert event at Washington National Cathedral.
David Ginder chats with NSO principals David Hardy and Daniel Foster about the NSO's Don Quixote performances.
Marilyn Cooley talks with Tempesta di Mare's, Gwyn Roberts and Richard Stone about the group's upcoming concert with the Folger Consort.
The Cantate Chamber Singers new season celebrates Benjamin Britten's 100th birthday.
Deb Lamberton recaps a recent Friends of Classical Music event.
Choral Arts Society under Scott Tucker presents Verdi's Requiem to honor JFK.
Nicole Lacroix talks with the creators of the new operatic scene, Arlington Sons.
The Washington Chorus performs Britten's War Requiem at the Kennedy Center.
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