New Classical Tracks™ with Julie Amacher
Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.
- 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 this week's New Classical Tracks. What's more, you can enter for a chance to win a copy of the CD.March 25, 2015
- 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
- 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
- New 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
- New Classical Tracks: 'Paris, Mon Amour'
Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva has a new album that stirs many happy memories for her, not only of a city she loves, but of her motherhood and her call-up to the Met Opera.February 25, 2015