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In the first episode of Robert Emery's "Classical Connections" Series, find out the answer to the question "How can you connect a FROG and a DRAINPIPE through classical music?".
Ever wondered how a violinmaker/luthier spends their day? Wonder no longer - Olaf the Violinmaker is here!
Learn about Igor Stravinsky's controversial ballet "The Rite of Spring" with Classics Explained!
You know that piece of beautiful piano music that you heard in that one movie? Maybe it was Chopin, and
Vinheteiro might just be able to help you figure out what it was!
Many people don't know how to follow a symphony, or how the best composers wrote and structured their works. Inside The Score is here to help! Check out the FREE "14 pieces" course, too!
Jumping into the world of classical music can be overwhelming, given the near 6-centuries-worth of music available. Nick Douglas shows you where to start.
In the 130-minute documentary "Encountering BACH", join Dr. David Chin as he discovers the interesting stories and wonderful music of Johann Sebastian Bach!
What if you could control a live orchestra with a remote control?
This video focuses on how music is structured and built into forms such as Sonata Form, Rondo Form, and Preludes, using musical seeds, or motifs, and musical arguments to form a fully expressive piece of music from simple musical ideas.
Bach's G major prelude has captivated cellists and music lovers for years. Cellist Alisa Weilerstein deconstructs it.
Case Notes, winner of the British Podcast Awards' "Best True Crime Podcast", is a true crime podcast like no other. Presenter Tim Lihoreau delves into the darkest mysteries and murkiest stories from the history of music.
Learn about the stories behind different classical music works, the composer and what inspired them to compose that music, and get the host's opinion on the piece!
Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast is for anyone who loves classical music, or is just getting ready to dive in for the very first time.
Performances To Watch
A visual representation of one of Schubert's greatest songs by the Schubert Project ()
Pianist Yuja Wang and the Berlin Philharmonic play Prokofiev's third piano concerto - a work full of virtuosity, magic, and much more!
Tosca is a political thriller, set in Rome in June 1800. The plot centres around three main characters – singer Floria Tosca, her lover Mario Cavaradossi (a painter and republican) and the corrupt Chief of Police, Baron Scarpia.
L'Histoire du soldat (The Soldier's Tale) is a theatrical work "to be read, played, and danced" by three actors and one or several dancers, accompanied by a septet of instruments.
What if you could hear color? Explore Vassily Kandinsky’s synesthesia and “play” his pioneering masterpiece, Yellow-Red-Blue, with the help of machine learning.