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  1. ‘A Voice for the Silenced’ and the Terezin composers lost to the Holocaust

    ​Each night at 6 p.m. this week, CPR Classical airs a five-part look at the composers persecuted by the Nazis. Seventy years after World War II ended, their music still resonates.
    Classical · Story
  2. Listen: The musical rabbit hole of the Steinway & Sons label

    In four years, the label has become a starting point for wonderful discoveries by classical listeners.
    Classical · Blog Post
  3. A new disc from old friends Daniel Barenboim and Martha Argerich

    Classical · Story
  4. Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor's new disc of classical 'dance' music

    An album of toe-tappers, from Bach to boogie-woogie.
    Classical · Story
  5. New disc resurrects early Celtic music that hasn’t been heard for centuries

    Careful scholarship, thoughtful performers and an exotic instrument shine on ‘In Praise of Saint Columba.’
    Classical · Story
  6. New disc explores the legacy of Farinelli, the legendary castrato singer

    An insightful new release from conductor Pablo Heras-Casado and Concerto Koln.
    Classical · Story
  7. CPR Classical’s 2014 SummerFest concert series

    Presenting our 2014 broadcast schedule for concerts from Bravo! Vail, Aspen Music Festival and other classical music festivals around Colorado.
    Classical · Story
  8. Simone Dinnerstein makes Bach’s 'Inventions and Sinfonias' look easy

    In each piece on her new disc, the pianist seamlessly blends two or three melodies.
    Classical · Story
  9. Interview: Christopher Tin’s creative process and an insider’s look at his new disc

    Tin’s latest CD, “The Drop That Contained the Sea,” was released May 8 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Traditional Classical Albums chart.
    Classical · Story
  10. Electric violinist Tracy Silverman finds inspiration in O'Keeffe, Picasso, Van Gogh

    Silverman and the Calder Quartet collaborated on a tribute to five great visual artists.
    Classical · Story

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