In four years, the label has become a starting point for wonderful discoveries by classical listeners.
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Most music fans have at least one group, composer or piece they adore that their friends and family won’t listen to -- or, more to the point, can’t stand. That’s how I feel about Beethoven’s late string quartets.
Rebecca Moritzky, Nathanael Leavitt and Isaac Sellinger tell us a little about themselves and their music-making and pick a favorite piece to play on the radio.
Are these tiny musicians awe-inspiring or creepy?
No baton necessary: A legendary conductor leads an orchestra using winks, smiles and nods.