@WDAVApril 7, 2017

Beethoven’s Battle

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

@WDAVNovember 17, 2016


A spotlight on musical Legends of the past and present

@WDAVSeptember 15, 2015

The Genesis of Concíerto

When Hispanic Heritage Month ends in mid-October, it will coincide with an important milestone: the 5th anniversary of the debut of the bilingual classical music program Concierto.

@WDAVSeptember 10, 2015

For the Sake of One Note!

WDAV recently hosted Vladimir Horowitz’s personal piano. As it turns out, Vlad was a very particular man when it came to his piano – and his music. Find out just how particular with this great anecdote!

@WDAVAugust 26, 2015

Hollywood’s Greatest Year

In 1939, the world was falling into turmoil. Americans wanted to escape, and Hollywood was working over time churning out movies to provide a distraction – films that would go down in history as some of cinema’s most enduing classics

@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.

@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!

@WDAVFebruary 16, 2015

And the Oscar For Best Original Score Goes To…

Matt Rogers previews the Oscar edition of Reel Music, and we ask for a hint for his annual prediction for Best Score. Who does he think will win this year?