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 - 1612 or 1812?
A new disc of sacred music from Italy includes multiple choirs, multiple organs, and even cannon blasts. Director Robert Hollingworth explains the story behind "1612 Italian Vespers."July 17, 2012
- New Classical Tracks - A Harpist's Album
Yolanda Kondonassis is one of America's foremost players of the harp. Her new discs compiles high points of two decades of making recordings.July 10, 2012
- New Classical Tracks: American Composer Richard Danielpour
American composer Richard Danielpour says it's difficult to remember all the works he's composed over the years; however, he'll never forget the composition he considers to be his first opus, a piece he wrote in 1988 titled "First Light."July 3, 2012
- New Classical Tracks: Vanessa Perez
Vanessa Perez is an American-born Venezuelan pianist who has loved making music since she was a little girl. Vanessa Perez is spreading her love of music by releasing a new collection of Chopin Preludes which also includes four additional solo piano works.June 27, 2012
- New Classical Tracks - A Mesmerizing Choral Blend
By superimposing traditional sacred music of Norway with classical church music, the Oslo Chamber Choir creates a unique choral experience.June 19, 2012