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  1. 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.
    CPR Classical · Blog Post
  2. ‘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.
    CPR Classical · Story
  3. A new disc from old friends Daniel Barenboim and Martha Argerich

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

    An album of toe-tappers, from Bach to boogie-woogie.
    CPR 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.’
    CPR 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.
    CPR Classical · Story
  7. 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.
    CPR Classical · Story
  8. 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.
    CPR Classical · Story
  9. 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.
    CPR Classical · Story
  10. Listen: ‘The Rite of Spring’ renewed: The Bad Plus takes on Stravinsky

    Jon Pinnow explores a jazz trio's bold take on a century-old classic.
    CPR Classical · Story

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