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Sony Classical

Joshua Bell is a fantastic violinist and conductor. He's an "Indiana Living Legend," has received the Indiana Governor's Arts Award, and grew up in Bloomington. His most recent release is called "For the Love of Brahms" and features Brahms' Concerto for Violin and Cello, his original version of the Piano Trio No. 1, and a Benjamin Britten arrangement of Robert Schumann's Adagio from the Violin Concerto. Music Director John Clare spoke to Bell about this new Sony Classical release.


Harmonia Mundi

The latest release from Conspirare is a monumental work written by their music director Craig Hella Johnson. Considering Matthew Shepard is a concert-length composition as a musical response to the tragic death of a young gay man "who has become an American icon and a symbol for hope and empowerment."

Music Director John Clare spoke to Johnson about this new Harmonia Mundi release.

What's New: Steve Reich

Sep 25, 2016
Dan Callister Rex

In 1994, Leonard Meyer described minimal music like this: “little sense of goal-directed motion, [minimal] music does not seem to move from one place to another. Within any musical segment there may be some sense of direction, but frequently the segments fail to lead to or imply one another. They simply follow one another.”

We’ll celebrate the 80th birthday of one of the architects of minimalism, composer Steve Reich on this episode of What’s New!


What's New 9/25 Preview

Sep 23, 2016
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A new program airs Sunday nights on WBAA Classical: What's New. Host John Clare features new music, new releases, and interesting guests. Hear a special preview of this week's What's New, and let us know what you think.


http://www.chiaraquartet.net/

Wednesday and Thursday, the Chiara String Quartet perform at Ravinia. Their program over the two nights include all six of the quartets by Bela Bartok. The catch? They are performing them all by memory. No music! No music stands.

What's New 9/4 Preview

Aug 31, 2016
Judith Kurnick

A new program airs Sunday nights on WBAA Classical: What's New. Host John Clare features new music, new releases, and interesting guests. Hear a special preview of this week's What's New, and let us know what you think.


Courtesy of Naxos Classics

Violinist Caroline Goulding is an up and coming artist - one you might have heard recently in Indianapolis, or on Performance Today or From the Top. Her latest recording is with Danae Dörken featuring music by Dvorak, Schumann, and Enescu.

Noah Sheldon

A new program airs Sunday nights on WBAA Classical: What's New. Host John Clare features new music, new releases, and interesting guests. Hear a special preview of this week's What's New, and let us know what you think.


What's New: Serebrier

Jul 31, 2016
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The first published use of the word "multitask" appeared in an IBM paper describing the capabilities of the IBM System/360 in 1965. We might think of an example of multitasking as a short-order cook: keeping several orders memorized while frying eggs, flipping pancakes, taking orders at the counter, and refilling coffee!

We’ll hear from a musician who conducts, composes, and records with the greatest of ease – the multitasking maestro, Jose Serbrier – on today’s What’s New!

Clive Barda

A new program airs Sunday nights on WBAA Classical: What's New. Host John Clare features new music, new releases, and interesting guests. Hear a special preview of this week's What's New, and let us know what you think.


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