Scott O'Neil on Classical Music

Enjoy compelling, brief and unique insights into classical music from conductor Scott O'Neil. Each installment gives context to a specific piece of music or musical idea by sharing what makes it worth hearing and why it matters today.

You can hear O’Neil’s insights in short vignettes that air during regular programming and on Fridays at 1 p.m. Check back here to watch or listen to all of Scott O'Neil's segments.

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Audio: Scott O'Neil On 'O Come, O Come Emmanuel'

Audio: Scott O'Neil On The Creation of Bach's 'Well-Tempered Clavier'

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Antonin Dvorak's 'New World' Symphony

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Claude Debussy And Dissonance

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Claude Debussy And Claude Monet

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Claude Debussy And Harmony

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Copland's 'Appalachian Spring': The Shape Of Your Hands

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Copland's 'Appalachian Spring': American Music Inspires A Classic

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Mozart's 17th Piano Concerto

Audio: Scott O'Neil On Clapping Between Movements

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