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: Revisiting Rachmaninov
Conductor Leonard Slatkin comes back to the orchestral music of Rachmaninov, 30 years after recording it for the first time.June 25, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Daniel Hope's Space Music
Carl Sagan, Philip Glass, J. S. Bach, Karl Jenkins, Yehudi Menuhin — they all played a role in shaping Daniel Hope's new disc, inspired by the ancient concept of the music of the spheres.June 18, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Conrad Tao's 'Voyages'
A new disc from a 19-year-old pianist includes standards by Rachmaninoff and Ravel, and his own music, some based on the strange dreams he had when going off to college.June 11, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: Winter Morning Walks
Dawn Upshaw's new disc demonstrates where the conversation leads when a singer, a composer, and two poets blend their voices.June 4, 2013
- New Classical Tracks: A different 'Rite of Spring'
Jon Kimura Parker is trying something different with The Rite of Spring in its centennial year -- recreating this complex orchestral score at the piano.May 28, 2013