Horn player and teacher Jeff Nelsen believes being fearless on stage is just as important as playing the correct notes.
"It was great to be on the road, but I was still in school and had to keep up with homework," Brandon Ridenour
Get ready for the holidays with December's featured recordings.
The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.
Few chamber groups can boast the accomplishments of the Canadian Brass. Even after forty years, the group isn't showing any signs of stopping.
Americans, and classical music enthusiasts in general, have a love-hate relationship with Charles Ives. Although much of that is through reputation, it can be a little hard to wrap your brain around his unique sound. If you want to give Ives another shot, then his vocal music might be a good route; such as found […]
This week we highlight the three classical CD package offered as a thank you during WFIU’s 2008 fund drive.
A review of the Canadian Brass’ recent retrospective recording “Legends.” And this week’s quick pick.
Founding member Chuck Daellenbach tells us how the group went from ballet slippers to sneakers and about the classically based group’s growing relationship with early jazz.