This week, we dug deep into the underworld with a playlist about the legend of Dr. Faust and classical music
Most composers haven't written that many of them. Is that because they are harder to write than your average piece?
Join the Ether Game Brain Trust for a look back at our favorite podcast moments in 2019
In celebration of the Christmas spirit, the Ether Game Brain Trust looks back at our Hygge themed Ether Game and presents an extra round of quizzing!
Join the Ether Game Brain Trust in exploring the history of improvisation in classical music and its departure from the tradition.
Just because a composer's name is written on the music doesn't mean they wrote it! Explore five moments when history got it wrong.
Find out how the theme of Camille Saint-Saëns' 3rd Symphony endured for a century
This week the Brain Trust picks 5 epic duels in classical music
Join us for an archival broadcast with former host Mark Chilla on WFIU2, as we continue to follow live coverage from NPR on our main channel.
Join us as we remember the inauguration of the national opera house in Paris, on this day in 1875.
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