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Most Recent Episodes

Songbook concert - From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge - The Great Ameri...

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Songbook concert - From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge - The Great Ameri...

Allan Blank concert - From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge - The Lighter ...

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Allan Blank concert - From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge - The Lighter ...

Virginia Opera's Der Freischutz (The Magic Marksman)

Dwight Davis Talks with Principal Conductor Adam Turner about this first-ever Virginia Opera production of von Weber's opera.

Virginia Opera's Der Freischutz (The Magic Marksman)

Virginia Opera preview with Glenn Winters – Weber's Der Freischutz (The Magic Marksman)

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Virginia Opera preview with Glenn Winters – Weber's Der Freischutz (The Magic Marksman)

Virginia Opera preview with Glenn Winters – Rossini's The Barber of Seville

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Virginia Opera preview with Glenn Winters – Rossini's The Barber of Seville

From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – The Virginia Symphony and Aaron Copland.

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From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – The Virginia Symphony and Aaron Copland.

The Virginia Choral Society

Dwight Davis talks with Sarah Frook Gallo, director of the Virginia Choral Society, about their season.

From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – The Tidewater Guitar Quartet

- The Tidewater Guitar Quartet

From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – The Tidewater Guitar Quartet

From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – VSC's I Sing the Rising Sea

Virginia Stage Company's I Sing the Rising Sea

From the Other Side of the Footlights with M.D. Ridge – VSC's I Sing the Rising Sea

Virginia Opera preview with Glen Winters

The Seven Deadly Sins and Pagliacci.

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