We’ve just added two recordings featuring Principal Cellist Julie Albers to our Listening Library.
Audience members often ask about the distinctive trumpets they see played for Classical era works on our programs. Trumpeter Lynn Erickson shares some of the …
The program featured Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Peter Lieberson’s Neruda Songs with acclaimed mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor.
Congratulations to composer John Luther Adams for winning a Grammy for “Become Ocean.” The work’s companion piece, “Become River,” is available in our Listening Library.
Patrick Castillo has curated a Listening Library playlist featuring three centuries of music history.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja performs Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in D Minor with The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
How much variation can one find in nearly a century of recordings of the opening chords of Beethoven’s Eroica Symphony? As it turns out, lots.
Alex Ross, the brilliant and influential New Yorker music critic, has written a new article about how Beethoven’s immense legacy has shaped and even overshadowed all those who followed him.