The classical music world's grand musical legacy is matched only by the grandness of its legends.
We've chosen five pieces for the long days, the heat, and the passions which are stirred this time of the year.
Very few recordings are currently available of Rosenmüller’s music, which makes the release from Ensemble Masques all the more welcome.
The Ying Quartet has a reputation for fresh programming, and this release is no exception.
Anyone who has thought of Palestrina's works as sounding all the same will be pleasantly surprised.
Cellist Emilio Colón remembered his teacher and colleague János Starker through the music of Bach.
One of classical music’s greatest cellists ever has passed away. We'll profile Starker’s career and the legacy he leaves behind.
Michala Petri’s recorder playing brings a fresh appreciation for Mozart’s work in this much underrepresented genre.
The duo performed music from their upcoming CD of settings of poems by Spanish Nobel Laureate Juan Ramón Jiménez.
Fresh from their concert at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the newly-formed quartet visited WFIU during Classical Music with George Walker.