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Chopin specialist Garrick Ohlsson

Listen Garrick Ohlsson: The Chopin Guy WNYC

February 25, 2010 – The American pianist won the Chopin Prize in 1970, and never stopped playing the composer's music. WNYC


Nikolaj Znaider

Listen Fritz Kreisler's Music (And His Violin) At WGBH WGBH

January 28, 2010 – Hear Nikolaj Znaider play works by Kreisler on the 1741 Guarneri that once belonged to the composer. WGBH


Listen Darwin's Theories, Speaking Musically APM

December 28, 2009 – The genre-busting Turtle Island Quartet performs Tree of Life, inspired by Charles Darwin. APM


Listen Till Fellner's Journey With Beethoven WGBH

November 25, 2009 – Hear the young Viennese pianist play a pair of Beethoven sonatas at the WGBH studio, in Boston. WGBH


Listen Auryn Quartet: Heavyweights In Boston WGBH

March 26, 2009 – Haydn invented the string quartet. Beethoven revolutionized it. Hear both from the WGBH studios. WGBH


Listen Roberto Plano's Schubert Sensibility WGBH

November 19, 2008 – The young Italian pianist explores the emotional layers in Schubert's late-period Impromptus. WGBH


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