Following his divorce, Olson recorded his first true solo album: The Salvation Blues.
DiLego recaptures the rhythm of '70s movies and photographs, with his own take on alt-country.
Members of Forro in the Dark highlight their unique spin on a musical style of Northern Brazil.
Hear an interview and in-studio performance by the fiery, passionate tenor-sax legend.
The violinist and songwriter gives an in-studio performance from WXPN's World Cafe.
From the Top host Chris O'Riley enjoys crafting his own piano transcriptions of tunes by his favorite pop musicians. Lately, his fascination has been the late British singer-songwriter Nick Drake. He plays Drake's song "Three Hours." This segment originally aired Apr. 18, 2007
The 60-voice strong Cincinnati May Festival Youth Chorus, now in its 20th season, continues to motivate its young choristers. "Before joining the chorus I thought classical music was boring," Kara Cover admits. The chorus sings "Follow Your Saint" and "Follow Thy Fair Sun" by Virgil Thomson, and the spiritual "Saints Bound for Heaven." This segment originally aired Apr. 18, 2007
When cellist Christoph Sassmannshaus, 17, was sidelined, he took up the blues harmonica.
Kevin Bao is only 10, but he's already won piano competitions. Kevin says he tries to focus on the sage advice given to him by his teacher. "Playing piano requires a warm heart and a cool brain," he says. "When you have a warm heart you play expressively, but the cool brain keeps you focusing on your technical skills." Kevin plays "Variations on Theme of Paganini" by Isak Berkovich. This segment originally aired on Apr. 18, 2007
Teens in the saxophone trio Fresh Winds are regulars in the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra, where they all sit in the back row. "We can get a little rowdy at times," explains Kraynak. Apropos to its humorous nature the group plays "The Lone Ar-ranger Goes Sax Mad!" by Philip R. Buttall. This segment originally aired Apr. 18, 2007