News & FeaturesSeptember 20, 2017

Q & A: Music starts from silence

Time for Three’s Nick Kendall talks about music, creativity, and life

festivalsJune 26, 2017

The Charlotte New Music Festival

Serious music is alive and well today and The Charlotte New Music Festival offers the proof.

News & FeaturesJune 9, 2017

WDAV Dispatch from Spoleto: Reflections

Frank reflects on how the variety of offerings at the Spoleto Festival USA enhances the experience of attending events.

News & FeaturesJune 5, 2017

WDAV Dispatch from Spoleto: Chamber Music & Quartett

Frank Dominguez samples one of the twice-daily offerings in the Spoleto Chamber Music Series, and reviews a contemporary opera that shares a source with the film “Dangerous Liaisons.”

News & FeaturesJune 2, 2017

WDAV Dispatch from Spoleto: Westminster Choir & Waiting for Godot

Frank Dominguez samples the Spoleto Chamber Music Series, and reviews a contemporary opera that shares a source with the film Dangerous Liaisons.

News & FeaturesMay 31, 2017

WDAV Dispatch from Spoleto: Farnace & Yo, Carmen

Frank Dominguez reviews two productions from the 2017 Spoleto Festival USA: the U.S. premiere of Vivaldi’s most popular opera, and the return to Charleston of an internationally acclaimed flamenco dance company.

festivalsMay 24, 2017

WDAV Dispatch from Spoleto

Dispatch 1: Returning to Spoleto

@WDAVApril 7, 2017

Beethoven’s Battle

WDAV recognizes child abuse prevention month by observing how the famed composer played through his past.

News & FeaturesNovember 25, 2016

Mr. Noseda Goes To Washington: The Capital’s Orchestra Gets A New Leader

Italian conductor Gianandrea Noseda discusses his hopes for the National Symphony Orchestra, his idea of the conductor as Formula One driver, and his love of the rock band Queen.

@WDAVNovember 17, 2016

Legends

A spotlight on musical Legends of the past and present