Best naxos podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Pianist Jung Lin Live in Concerts
 
Pianist Jung Lin has been acclaimed for her poetic and virtuosic pianism. She has given two solo recitals at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center during last two seasons. Other recent New York appearances have included the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bargemusic, and the International Keyboard Institute and Festival. She is also frequently heard on the New York Times' radio station WQXR, and on "Performance Today" on NPR. Her recording of The Complete Medtner 38 Tales in 2 CD set will be releas ...
 
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Salvatore Coco, better known as TOTI COCO, was born on the 20th of February 1979 in Catania. He bought his first turntables when he was 15, driven by his strong passion for music, which began with commercial music, continued to progressive and techno and then finally arrived at his real musical love: tech-house - techno music! He started playing in 1999 at some private parties in his city and in 2001 he already played in several disco-pubs of Catania. The same year he became resident DJ at “ ...
 
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American Highways, a musical podcast from Guy Livingston
 
Time is completely variable, as Einstein theorized, and as these miniatures prove. In this episode of American Highways, pianist Guy Livingston brings us some of the shortest music ever written. Some are pieces that attempt to stretch time out beyond their tiny length, others bring us into new worlds. Most are from Guy Livingston’s CD entitled ...…
 
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American Highways, a musical podcast from Guy Livingston
 
a perennially popular topic – musical animals/animals in music – fun for the whole family! From spiders to flies, from whining mice to piano-playing cats, we always laugh when animals are part of the music. In tonight’s episode of American Highways, pianist Guy Livingston brings us Henry Mancini, Henry Cowell, William Bolcom, Florian Weber & An ...…
 
Lost operas by Claudio MonteverdiFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaLe nozze di Tetide (Mantua, 1616-17)Andromeda (Mantua, 1618-20)La finta pazz... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_operas_by_Claudio_Monteverdi Claudio Monteverdi madrigals L'Orfeo Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria L'incoronazione di Poppea librettos Opera Monteverdi's Mantuan co ...…
 
The Berkshire Opera Festival carries on this year with their second production, a radically different work written only a few years later by Richard Strauss, Ariadne auf Naxos. Brian and Jonathon very kindly agreed to chat about this year's offering with me, and I think you will learn a lot about Ariadne and how it looks to the people who put i ...…
 
Dr. Eugene Rogers “preaches the word of the singing conductor.” There is singing, and then there is singing that utilizes technical mastery to communicate the meaning and emotion of a piece. Dr. Rogers calls these leaders who are so deeply connected to sound and its purpose Singing Conductors, and reveals the four characteristics they share in ...…
 
Music by George Tsontakis adds to the ever-expanding Naxos American Classics Series with an inventive and colourful triptych of concertos, introduced on this podcast by Raymond Bisha. The works feature soloists Eric Berlin, member of Empire Brass and principal trumpeter of the Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Krakauer, one of the world’s finest ...…
 
Born in the United States in 1915, Vincent Persichetti’s contribution to music education eventually led him to a professorship at the Juilliard School of Music. Along the way, he composed prolifically for the harpsichord, including sonatas and other works, which rendered him one of the 20th century’s most important composers for the instrument. ...…
 
Born in the United States in 1915, Vincent Persichetti’s contribution to music education eventually led him to a professorship at the Juilliard School of Music. Along the way, he composed prolifically for the harpsichord, including sonatas and other works, which rendered him one of the 20th century’s most important composers for the instrument. ...…
 
Born in 1729, the Spanish composer Antonio Soler entered holy orders aged 23 and died in his monastery in 1783, aged 54. Considering the fact that the order to which he belonged observed silence and solitude, it’s remarkable that he produced more than 500 works which clamour to be heard, including over 200 keyboard sonatas. Read More ...…
 
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American Highways, a musical podcast from Guy Livingston
 
AMERICAN HIGHWAYS #89: LANDSCAPES 10 “Canyons” Tonight’s show will feature music of Ferdinand Grofé, Jerome Moross, Philip Glass, Hans Zimmer, and a Navaho PowWow song. This is Guy Livingston’s tenth musical show about the American Landscape. In this series, I am hoping to depict the grandeur and epic scale—but also the erosion and loss—of the ...…
 
This first full-length album of music by Mark Nowakowski affords a deeply affecting experience: the fusion of the composer’s Polish heritage and that country’s defiant survival of historical upheavals, his American upbringing, the influence of Catholic philosophy and mysticism, masterful playing by the Voxare String Quartet, and an ingenious us ...…
 
This first full-length album of music by Mark Nowakowski affords a deeply affecting experience: the fusion of the composer’s Polish heritage and that country’s defiant survival of historical upheavals, his American upbringing, the influence of Catholic philosophy and mysticism, masterful playing by the Voxare String Quartet, and an ingenious us ...…
 
Greetings! Welcome to the return of the Pushing The Envelope Podcast! PTE and CT Summerfest are pleased to bring you the third in a series of interviews with the CT Summerfest ensembles-in residence and composer faculty. Today's podcast features an interview with CT Summerfest composer faculty member, Gilda Lyons. Don't forget, PTE's radio pres ...…
 
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Pianist Jan Lisiecki discusses the Schumann Piano Concerto and going on tour with the TSO. Violinist Maxim Vengerov shares his thoughts on joining the TSO on tour in Israel. Music courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
 
Here we are with episode 32, a podcast with David Rich, Ted Salmon and special guest Aidan Bell. We discuss Whatever Works. Feedback and interesting threads from the Google Plus, FaceBook and Twitter Communities Don’t forget to add your mini-reviews to the Whatever Works G+ Community please. Room 101 Category Created in the Whatever Works Googl ...…
 
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