@WDAVJuly 28, 2015

Reel Music Bites into Summer Blockbusters

There was a time when summer was a movie wasteland. That all changed when the film adaptation of Peter Benchley’s novel Jaws hit theaters.

Classical 101July 21, 2015

Ohlsson’s His Name, and Chopin’s His Game

Get to know the three-time international piano competition champion unofficially dubbed “The Thousand-Handed God of the Piano.”

Classical 101July 7, 2015

A Rachy Beginning: Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2

Discover the backstory of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 in E minor.

@WDAVJuly 2, 2015

The Birth of Brevard

Brevard Music Center and Summer Festival, nestled in the North Carolina Mountains, didn’t always exist in the form we know and love today. It actually began in WDAV’s own (future) backyard!

News & FeaturesJune 23, 2015

Remembering Film Composer James Horner

Cinema has lost one of its best. James Horner, composer of more than a hundred film scores, Monday, June 22 when the plane he was piloting crashed in southern California.

News & FeaturesJune 9, 2015

QUIZ: Can You Notice The Difference in High-Definition Music Streaming?

Is a high definition streaming service worth the extra money and the hit to your mobile data plan? Possibly not.

News & FeaturesApril 29, 2015

Calling All Composers…

A new competition out to “[bring] the party back to classical.”

News & FeaturesApril 9, 2015

Must-Have New Release: BEETHOVEN. Period.

In this double CD set, cellist Matt Haimovitz and pianist Christopher O’Riley have channeled themselves back to Beethoven and his time.