Stravinsky

« previous episode | next episode »

Monday, June 13, 2011

By his early thirties, Igor Stravinsky had captured the world stage with The Firebird, dazzled audiences with Petrushka and incited riots with The Rite of Spring. Before the First World War, he had earned his place as a seminal figure of the 20th century. We’ll explore this fascinating life and sample his works.

Comments [1]

Jonella from Boondox of Sullivan County, NY

I so enjoy Bill McGlaughlin's thoughts, teachings, musings on Exploring Music - fascinating - and so well done. Thank you! It's a pleasure to listen and hear...

Jun. 21 2011 11:33 PM

Leave a Comment

Email addresses are required but never displayed.

The WQXR e-newsletter. Show highlights, links to music news, on-demand concerts, events from The Greene Space and more.