Nine rounds of Ether Game for the first nine gifts of the Twelve Days of Christmas. Browse our playlist for a classical Christmas carol playlist.
Famous births, premieres and notable concerts. Check out our playlist of significant events in classical music that occurred on December 22nd.
This week on Ether Game, we celebrated 250 years of Beethoven with a show about his influence on classical music. Shake your fist at fate with our playlist.
We're using our inside voices this week with a show all about the inside voice of the orchestra: the viola!
Join us for a re-broadcast of our 2019 Giving Tuesday show, while our staff is out donating their time
We celebrated the return one of the most famous holiday parades this week with a show about parade music.
Climb the social strata with our playlist from this week's Ether Game, featuring music written for and about the aristocracy.
In the second installment of our Color Wheel miniseries, we stroll down the yellow brick road with a show about the color yellow
We are brewing a poisonous batch on Ether Game this week with a show about witches. Browse a playlist of some of our favorite classical cackles.
Browse our playlist from this week's Ether Game. We quizzed on experimental classical music through history, from the early days of opera to John Cage's prepared piano.
Submit answers for tonight's Ether Game. Grab some extra hints and try your hand at the bonus trivia!
This week we celebrated the beginning of Fall with a show about autumnal music
This week, we are glancing at each other's papers with a show on classical music copycats
We're kicking off a series of color-themed shows this week with a red-hot playlist!
This week, the Ether Game Brain Trust is back in the saddle again with a show about classical music and horses
Browse this week's playlist of furniture-themed classical music
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Ether Game Brain Trust presented a quiz this week on masked characters and social distance in classical music. Check out the playlist here.
Explore our playlist celebrating the 104th anniversary of the National Park Service.
This week on Ether Game, we went "meta" with a game about classical music and the radio. Check out the playlist for our show called Radio on Radio
We celebrated Sons and Daughters Day on August 11th with a show named after one of our most musical son and daughter pairs, Wolfie and Nannerl, the Mozart siblings!
We say Happy Birthday to Louis Armstrong with a playlist of classical music influenced by jazz
This week on Ether Game, we got keyed up for a quiz all about musical keys, key changes, locks and keys and keyboards. See our playlist for the show.
The Ether Game Brain Trust whispers "suite" nothings with a playlist all about the dance suite.
This week its Liberté! Égalité! Fraternité! as we celebrate French Independence on Bastille Day
This week, the Ether Game Brain Trust wishes Gustav Mahler one hundred and sixty Happy Returns!
;Revisions, 2nd drafts, family drama, good old fashioned procrastination...there are hundreds of reasons why a piece of music performance can get delayed. Check out nine of those reasons with this week's Ether Game playlist.
Some composers do there best work while away from work. Take a couple days off with Ether Game's vacation-themed playlist
Ether Game prepares the paint tray, opens the sketchbook, puts on dance shows, rolls the camera and raises the curtain with a playlist about classical music combined with other media.
As the leaves come in and the flowers bloom, Ether Game hides, blends in, and disappears into a playlist about classical camouflage
Start in Dover and end in Flanders with the Ether Game Brain Trust as we follow an age-old itinerary across Europe.
Celebrate the 200th birthday of the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale, with our medicinal playlist
Buzz Buzz Buzz. How long can you hold a single note? We explore the answer on Ether Game
Ether Game hears the big news from Beijing, exploring classical music and China
We search our phrase books for just the right words with a show that explores multilingual music.
It’s National Poetry week, so here’s a treat. An Ether Game playlist to beat,, all about poetry in classical music
The man with the powdered wig and the giant musical family turned 335 this Tuesday. We celebrate Johann Sebastian Bach's birthday with a show about his influence on classical music.
It's time to drop the formalities as we look at famous nicknames in classical music.
Ether Game celebrates Spring Break with a show about the green season!
We’re exploring the theme of Ornamentation in classical music, in a show we’re calling “Fandangle.”
Most composers haven't written that many of them. Is that because they are harder to write than your average piece?