CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Playing the piano four handed: BAX & CHUNG

Music has a sweet and sneaky way of bringing people together, but that is a huge understatement for piano duo BAX & CHUNG. Originally hailing from Italy, concert pianist Alessio Bax met his now wife, fellow concert pianist, Lucille Chung … Continued

CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Hungerthon charity auction: Joshua Bell experience

Get a taste of the classics — now thanks to WhyHunger’s online charity auction, fans of Joshua Bell can bid on the chance to score two tickets to see him at the Kennedy Center. The lucky winner will not only … Continued

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What’s On: Financially fearless with Alexa von Tobel

Get your finances in tip-top shape with LearnVest CEO Alexa von Tobel BEFORE the holiday season, when you’ll end up spending all those hard-earned savings, anyway. But at least you won’t end up in the red, right? Then, once you’ve … Continued

CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Hilary Hahn Unprecedented on Symphony Hall

Airing Thursday 11/14 at 7 pm ET Rebroadcasting Saturday 11/16 at 6 pm ET; Sunday 11/17 at 6 pm ET and Monday 11/18 at 10 pm ET. Fawning never makes for good radio, so I will try and resist the … Continued

CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Classical music in 2013? It’s an incredibly enlightening experience.

There’s a certain mythology around the composers of yesteryear. But ever wonder what it’s like to be a classical music composer in this day and age? According to American composers Lowell Liebermann, Kenneth Fuchs and Mohammed Fairouz, it’s an incredibly … Continued

CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Inside a private recital with Renee Fleming

Airing October 17 at 7 pm ET on Symphony Hall, Channel 76. I’ve heard Oh Danny Boy sung at boxing matches, weddings and funerals. Friends have sung it sitting around the kitchen table, and I like scheduling it occasionally on … Continued

CHRISTIAN, CLASSICAL, LIFESTYLE, MARTHA STEWART, MUSIC, NEWS AND ISSUES, POLITICS

What’s On: A Soprano shares her guilty pleasures

We’re as American as apple pie today with soprano Renee Fleming’s Guilty Pleasures, Christian singer Natalie Grant’s new album, and Martha Stewart celebrating all things American Made. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz on The Agenda 6 am ET on SiriusXM Progress Congresswoman … Continued

CLASSICAL, MUSIC

Classical music’s dirty little secret: It’s for everyone.

There are three ways to program classical music on the radio – my way, your way and the wrong way. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"] The above is regarded by historians as the most accurate surviving likeness of Mozart, painted when … Continued