According to Early Music City, good music is good music. In this spirit they brought their signature variety of genres — from old English lute songs to music by a prominent abolitionist, along with a spiritual in the holiday spirit.
A holiday opera whose tradition is rooted in broadcast is being mounted by Nashville Opera this December.
Looped and layered rhythmic lines give Cristina Spinei’s music an amazing amount of motion. This is what has put her work in demand with choreographers.
Each day on 91Classical, amid the variety of the day’s playlist, we offer a handful of featured selections at set times:
Mandolin player Mike Compton is a self-described connoisseur of special days; he’s especially a fan of National Root Canal Appreciation Day and Lost Sock Memorial Day. Since his visit to Live In Studio C corresponded with Bad Day Day, he kicked off his set with some blues.
Listen / The Franklin High School Choir’s first visit to Live in Studio C brought energy and excitement to the show on a crisp fall day.
We’re celebrating Nashville’s local classical music with live performances every hour from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 12.
As a musicologist, Dr. Robin Wallace has devoted much of his career to studying Beethoven. Then his wife, Barbara, went deaf.
Listen / Connections to African American spirituals and to Tupac Shakur combine in this preview of Tennessee State University’s Harry T. Burleigh Festival.
Get to know Spring Hill-based composer Paul Mills with these six questions.