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  1. Christmas Carol Countdown: After the Voting Ends

    Classical · Blog Post
  2. Denver Young Artists Orchestra musicians play guest DJ

    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.
    Classical · Blog Post
  3. Brahms put me to sleep – until I heard this

    The recent release featuring conductor Riccardo Chailly shows Brahms in a new light.
    Classical · Blog Post
  4. Vadim Gluzman, his Stradivarius and me

    Jean Inaba's brush with an instrument once owned by legendary violinist Leopold Auer.
    Classical · Blog Post
  5. 10 facts about the horsehair on a string player’s bow

    A beautifully made instrument is a work of art. But even a priceless violin can't produce a sweet sound if the horsehair on the bow isn't well crafted.
    Classical · Blog Post
  6. Discovering Philippe Jaroussky's haunting performance of a Reynaldo Hahn melody

    The French countertenor performs a stunning rendition of “To Chloris.”
    Classical · Blog Post
  7. A peek inside Yo-Yo Ma's playhouse music party with the Silk Road Ensemble

    The cello virtuoso joins some friends for a unique jam session.
    Classical · Blog Post
  8. Watch: A SummerFest encore: Prokofiev’s ‘Overture On Hebrew Themes’ at Colorado College

    A memorable performance of a classic piece, and the story behind its creation.
    Classical · Story
  9. Happy birthday, J.S. Bach: Five quotes about why we love his music

    Glenn Gould, Felix Mendelssohn and Pablo Casals on what makes Bach's music so wonderful.
    Classical · Blog Post
  10. The New Yorker on classical music: Read these while they're still free

    This summer, The New Yorker has thrown open the gates to much of its archive. Read these five classical music profiles and essays for free while you still can.
    Classical · NPR Story