Classical, Music

American Music has never been as important as it is right now

“Living American™” launches on July 4th at 7 pm ET on Symphony Hall, Channel 76.

Classical, Music

American Music has never been as important as it is right now

“Living American™” launches on July 4th at 7 pm ET on Symphony Hall, Channel 76.

Classical, Music

SiriusXM presents Philadelphia Orchestra on Symphony Hall

SiriusXM Presents the Philadelphia Orchestra debuts 5/15 on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76). It airs It’s Mondays at 7 pm ET; Thursdays at 12 am ET/Wednesdays at 9 pm PST; and Saturday at 4 pm ET.

Classical, Music

SiriusXM presents Philadelphia Orchestra on Symphony Hall

SiriusXM Presents the Philadelphia Orchestra debuts 5/15 on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76). It airs It’s Mondays at 7 pm ET; Thursdays at 12 am ET/Wednesdays at 9 pm PST; and Saturday at 4 pm ET.

Classical, Music

Holiday Pops is bringing you beautiful and uplifting classica Christmas music

“Holiday Pops plays all of the beautiful and uplifting Christmas music they don’t play at the mall but should!”

Classical, Music

Holiday Pops is bringing you beautiful and uplifting classica Christmas music

“Holiday Pops plays all of the beautiful and uplifting Christmas music they don’t play at the mall but should!”

Classical, Music

Join us for Renée Fleming week on Met Opera Radio!

Met Opera Radio on SiriusXM celebrates the 25th anniversary of Renée Fleming’s Met debut with a series of special broadcasts. The selections, chosen and introduced by Fleming herself, include complete performances of Gounod’s Faust, Floyd’s Susannah, and Massenet’s Thaïs. The … Continued

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Join us for Renée Fleming week on Met Opera Radio!

Met Opera Radio on SiriusXM celebrates the 25th anniversary of Renée Fleming’s Met debut with a series of special broadcasts. The selections, chosen and introduced by Fleming herself, include complete performances of Gounod’s Faust, Floyd’s Susannah, and Massenet’s Thaïs. The … Continued

Classical, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop

Oscars Playlist: 2016 nominees + past winners and nominees

Everyone knows that the Oscars are about the movies, but just as important as the acting and the directing is the music that ties it all together and sets the scene. With only a few days to go until the … Continued

Classical, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop

Oscars Playlist: 2016 nominees + past winners and nominees

Everyone knows that the Oscars are about the movies, but just as important as the acting and the directing is the music that ties it all together and sets the scene. With only a few days to go until the … Continued

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Hear rare recital from Russian superstar Anna Netrebko on Met Opera

Acclaimed soprano Anna Netrebko will make her much-anticipated New York recital debut at the Metropolitan Opera on Sunday, February 28, at 4:00 p.m., presenting works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninov, accompanied by pianist Malcolm Martineau. This rare performance has been … Continued

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Hear rare recital from Russian superstar Anna Netrebko on Met Opera

Acclaimed soprano Anna Netrebko will make her much-anticipated New York recital debut at the Metropolitan Opera on Sunday, February 28, at 4:00 p.m., presenting works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninov, accompanied by pianist Malcolm Martineau. This rare performance has been … Continued

Classical, Country, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop, Quiz, Rock

Quiz: What’s your signature holiday cocktail?

The holidays are here, and it’s time to put up the lights, pull out the scarves and play those nostalgic tunes. Find out which signature cocktail you should be sipping on while you listen to your favorite holiday tunes across … Continued

Classical, Country, Jazz/Standards, Music, Pop, Quiz, Rock

Quiz: What’s your signature holiday cocktail?

The holidays are here, and it’s time to put up the lights, pull out the scarves and play those nostalgic tunes. Find out which signature cocktail you should be sipping on while you listen to your favorite holiday tunes across … Continued

Classical, Country, Music, Pop, Rock

Cocktail pairings to keep you warm (or cool) while listening to holiday tunes

The holidays are here, and it’s time to put up the lights, pull out the scarves and play those nostalgic tunes. But if eggnog and ugly sweater parties are feeling a bit overdone, here are 15 merry cocktails to pair … Continued

Classical, Country, Music, Pop, Rock

Cocktail pairings to keep you warm (or cool) while listening to holiday tunes

The holidays are here, and it’s time to put up the lights, pull out the scarves and play those nostalgic tunes. But if eggnog and ugly sweater parties are feeling a bit overdone, here are 15 merry cocktails to pair … Continued

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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma has his bow on the future of classical music

Classical music is stuffy and elitist… …Not! Not when cellist Yo-Yo Ma is involved. The performances during the SiriusXM Town Hall for Symphony Hall (Ch. 76) with Yo-Yo Ma were fun, beautiful and uplifting – always the antidote for stuffy. … Continued

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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma has his bow on the future of classical music

Classical music is stuffy and elitist… …Not! Not when cellist Yo-Yo Ma is involved. The performances during the SiriusXM Town Hall for Symphony Hall (Ch. 76) with Yo-Yo Ma were fun, beautiful and uplifting – always the antidote for stuffy. … Continued

Classical, in-studio performance, Music, Rock

Time for Three puts instrumental spin on Mumford & Sons song ‘Little Lion Man’

Classical string trio Time for Three came through the SiriusXM studios to put their instrumental spin on Mumford & Sons’ hit song Little Lion Man. With two violins, a double base, and a casual dress code, the three-man band is known for … Continued

Classical, in-studio performance, Music, Rock

Time for Three puts instrumental spin on Mumford & Sons song ‘Little Lion Man’

Classical string trio Time for Three came through the SiriusXM studios to put their instrumental spin on Mumford & Sons’ hit song Little Lion Man. With two violins, a double base, and a casual dress code, the three-man band is known for … Continued

Classical, Music, Rock

Pete Townshend’s ‘Quadrophenia’ revisited by his partner Rachel Fuller on Symphony Hall

This week, rock and classical music collide on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76) when composer Rachel Fuller revisits an opera written by legendary guitarist Pete Townshend of The Who, her longtime partner. Fuller recently orchestrated Townshend’s 1970’s rock-opera Quadrophenia, and the result … Continued

Classical, Music, Rock

Pete Townshend’s ‘Quadrophenia’ revisited by his partner Rachel Fuller on Symphony Hall

This week, rock and classical music collide on Symphony Hall (Ch. 76) when composer Rachel Fuller revisits an opera written by legendary guitarist Pete Townshend of The Who, her longtime partner. Fuller recently orchestrated Townshend’s 1970’s rock-opera Quadrophenia, and the result … Continued

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Symphony Hall’s David Srebnik talks special sauce of classical music radio

Symphony Hall and SiriusXM Pops Program Director David Srebnik recently hung out on Google with Crossover Media to talk about a typical day of programming classical music, and what comes first when creating his daily playlists. For a free 30-day … Continued

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Symphony Hall’s David Srebnik talks special sauce of classical music radio

Symphony Hall and SiriusXM Pops Program Director David Srebnik recently hung out on Google with Crossover Media to talk about a typical day of programming classical music, and what comes first when creating his daily playlists. For a free 30-day … Continued

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On the Podium with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic

Airing Monday 1/26 at 7 pm and 10 pm ET  Pinkies out, SiriusXM listeners! Symphony Hall invites you to hear an exclusive new program featuring the dynamic Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel, and it’s sure to be music … Continued

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On the Podium with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic

Airing Monday 1/26 at 7 pm and 10 pm ET  Pinkies out, SiriusXM listeners! Symphony Hall invites you to hear an exclusive new program featuring the dynamic Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel, and it’s sure to be music … Continued

Classical, countdowns, Music

Christopher Cross is No. 1 on 80s On 8: Big 40 Countdown (10/17/14)

In this week’s ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown, we go back to October 17, 1981, where Christopher Cross arrives at number one with his classic Arthur’s Theme. Up next is Diana Ross and Lionel Richie’s Endless Love, and at number three … Continued

Classical, countdowns, Music

Christopher Cross is No. 1 on 80s On 8: Big 40 Countdown (10/17/14)

In this week’s ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown, we go back to October 17, 1981, where Christopher Cross arrives at number one with his classic Arthur’s Theme. Up next is Diana Ross and Lionel Richie’s Endless Love, and at number three … Continued

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

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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

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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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, 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

Christian, Classical, Lifestyle, 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. So what’s my way? Program like Mozart. After composing his Piano Concertos 12 – 14, Mozart wrote to his father, … 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. So what’s my way? Program like Mozart. After composing his Piano Concertos 12 – 14, Mozart wrote to his father, … Continued

Classical, Entertainment, howard stern, Music, NFL, Rock, Sports, TV, WWE

What’s On: Metallica live with Howard, Dexter comes to an end, MNF and more

Open your day with one of rock’s all-time great bands, grind through the work hours by catching up on what happened on Dexter, Breaking Bad and the Emmy Awards, and then wrap up a long Monday with an AFC West … Continued

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What’s On: Metallica live with Howard, Dexter comes to an end, MNF and more

Open your day with one of rock’s all-time great bands, grind through the work hours by catching up on what happened on Dexter, Breaking Bad and the Emmy Awards, and then wrap up a long Monday with an AFC West … Continued

Classical, Music

Gustavo Dudamel has earned his ‘Maestro’

Back in the proverbial day, the designation “maestro” meant teacher first, and leader second. Over time, however, the term somehow merged to mean leader of orchestras. These days, just about everyone who waves a stick in front of an orchestra … Continued

Classical, Music

Gustavo Dudamel has earned his ‘Maestro’

Back in the proverbial day, the designation “maestro” meant teacher first, and leader second. Over time, however, the term somehow merged to mean leader of orchestras. These days, just about everyone who waves a stick in front of an orchestra … Continued

Classical, Dance/Electronic, Music, Pop

WATCH: Gaynor goes classical with Igudesman & Joo’s cover of “I Will Survive”

It was a funny and special treat on SiriusXM Pops when classical duo Igudesman & Joo covered the Gloria Gaynor smash “I Will Survive” live in the SiriusXM Washington, DC studios. Listen closely for the “score” of other disco hits … Continued

Classical, Dance/Electronic, Music, Pop

WATCH: Gaynor goes classical with Igudesman & Joo’s cover of “I Will Survive”

It was a funny and special treat on SiriusXM Pops when classical duo Igudesman & Joo covered the Gloria Gaynor smash “I Will Survive” live in the SiriusXM Washington, DC studios. Listen closely for the “score” of other disco hits … Continued

Classical, Music, Rock

WATCH: 2CELLOS Cover Nirvana Classic “Smells Like Teen Spirit” Live On SiriusXM Pops

Grunge meets grace and classic meets classical in this powerful performance at the SiriusXM Pops studios. Listen to strings burning as indie duo 2CELLOS slam their way through Nirvana’s biggest hit.

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WATCH: 2CELLOS Cover Nirvana Classic “Smells Like Teen Spirit” Live On SiriusXM Pops

Grunge meets grace and classic meets classical in this powerful performance at the SiriusXM Pops studios. Listen to strings burning as indie duo 2CELLOS slam their way through Nirvana’s biggest hit.

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