New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

Julie Amacher

Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.

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Bonus Tracks

New Classical Tracks Extra: Lara Downes

So, what does it really mean to be an exile? That's a question pianist Lara Downes tries to answer with her latest recording. Exiles' Café is a collection of 19th and 20th century solo piano works written by composers in...
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New Classical Tracks: Modern Mandolin Quartet - Americana Bonus Content

Not all of the content from an episode of New Classical Tracks makes the audio cut. Here is further information and interviews relating to the new disc, Americana by the Modern Mandolin Quartet. The Modern Mandolin Quartet welcomes this...
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New Classical Tracks: Chilly Gonzales - Solo Piano II Bonus Content

Not all of the content from an episode of New Classical Tracks makes the audio cut. Here is further information and interviews relating to the new disc, Solo Piano II by Chilly Gonzales.
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Recent Episodes

  • The Sixteen, 'Spirit Strength & Sorrow'New Classical Tracks: Spirit, Strength and Sorrow
    Harry Christopers and The Sixteen took a 13th-century text, the Stabat Mater, as the source material for a new album that explores themes that are simultaneously exciting and meditative, hopeful and dark. Find out about these new works, and enter for a chance to win a copy of the CD.April 1, 2015
  • Pepe Romero, 'Torroba: Guitar Concertos'New Classical Tracks: Romero captures the spirit of Spain
    Pepe Romero's latest album is a showcase of works by one of Pepe's closest friends, composer Federico Torroba. Romero describes 'Torroba: Guitar Concertos' on New Classical Tracks.March 25, 2015
  • Simone Dinnerstein, 'Broadway - Lafayette'New Classical Tracks: Simone Dinnerstein, 'Broadway - Lafayette'
    Pianist Simone Dinnerstein's latest album celebrates the frienships, musical and otherwise, between New York and France. Its title was inspired by the name of a subway station.March 18, 2015
  • Charles Neidich, 'Mozart 1791'New Classical Tracks: What's old is new again
    Charles Neidich is a bit like Indiana Jones: He tries to capture elusive historical items. In Neidich's case, he's trying to find historic instruments to re-create an authentic sound, something he achieves on his latest album, 'Mozart 1791'.March 11, 2015
  • Cypress String Quartet Beethoven: Middle QuartetsNew Classical Tracks: The joy and tumult of Beethoven
    The Cypress String Quartet were first inspired to record Beethoven's late quartets. Now 'telling the story backwards', they are releasing a three-CD set of Beethoven's middle quartets, works that came at a tumultuous time in the composer's life.March 4, 2015