Classically Trained SeriesFebruary 22, 2021

Classically Trained: Houston Person

By Marisa Mecke Jazz Saxophone virtuoso Houston Person is a prolific performer and record producer whose work spans

News & FeaturesFebruary 13, 2021

Love Notes: 4 Romantic Letters from Classical Music History

1. Orpheus “King” Fisher to Marian Anderson Iconic contralto Marian Anderson found her one true love in architect

News & FeaturesFebruary 5, 2021

Black History Month: The First and the Future

Throughout the month of February, this series highlights two Black composers or musicians who have shaped the course of classical music

Classically Trained SeriesFebruary 3, 2021

Classically Trained: Tichina Vaughn

Explore the life and contributions of another classical artist with connections to the Carolinas.

News & FeaturesDecember 30, 2020

Looking for love in all the wrong places

Beethoven’s brushes with love may have eluded him but inspired his work

HolidayDecember 24, 2020

Holidays of Classical Music Legend

These stories from classical music lore are the perfect complement to your holiday listening

News & FeaturesDecember 15, 2020

Audio: The Life and Times of Beethoven

Learn what shaped Beethoven’s music through a series of short audio anecdotes

HolidayDecember 9, 2020

The Holidays at Home: Your 2020 guide to local, streamable, festive fun

Local organizations and ensembles you love bring streamable options for your holiday season

News & FeaturesDecember 2, 2020

Ten underrated pieces you should know

A few Beethoven treasures for even the casual fan

Classical 101November 27, 2020

Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, Chickasaw classical composer

Explore the life and contributions of this classical artist dedicated to the development of American Indian classical composition