Tune in for a nightly mix that spans the centuries.
- Nimet Habachy
More than a century after the incident that inspired it, Terence Rattigan’s play The Winslow Boy, is back on Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre in a production from Roundabout Theatre Company.
This past June, the Maryland-based International Young Artist Piano Competition held its 28th winner's concert at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. In 1986, Li-Ly Chang founded the competition for young artists of all nationalities from ages 5 to 18, with the purpose of promoting cultural exchange. Each young pianist performs a work from the Western canon as well as a recent work by a Chinese composer.
Conductor and composer Matt Aucoin takes a closer look at the Mozart's gift for covering a wide emotional range with his operas. Aucoin surveys the landscape with arias from The Marriage of Figaro as well as an ensemble from Idomeneo.
Host Bill McGlaughlin examines two great composers of the 18th century — Haydn and Mozart — who were both masters of string quartets. The two men worked separately until eventually they met and joined forces in a way.