Baroque and BeyondSaturdays 8am - noon ETSaturday mornings were made for Baroque music – Robert Aubry brings his encyclopedic knowledge and 1600 passions to Bach and Biber, Corelli and Castrucci, Lully and Loeillet, Vivaldi and Viviani...and beyond.
Live at the ConcertgebouwWednesdays 9 - 11pm ET Host Hans Haffmans brings you phenomenal performances by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Rotterdam Philharmonic and the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, with conductors and soloists including Mariss Jansons, Bernard Haitink, Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Janine Jansen.
Millennium of Music Saturdays 11pm - midnight ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 11am - 12pm ETExplore the really early days of classical music with Robert Aubry Davis, who takes you to sacred spaces around the world for music written in the thousand years before the birth of Bach.
VOX! ChoralSundays 6am - 11am ET Rebroadcasts Mondays 12am - 5am ETHear the human voice in all its shadings, settings and moods -- the first "original instrument" and a most powerful expression of heart and soul. We'll take you from the sung prayer of ancient chant to choral music from the mightiest cathedrals to offer you the most beautiful and healing expressions of the human voice.
Martin Goldsmith | email Mondays - Fridays 6am - 12pm ET Saturday and Sunday 12pm - 6pm ETFormer host of the nationally syndicated Performance Today, Martin sees classical music as "an exciting and moving expression of what's best about humanity." He’s author of The Inextinguishable Symphony about his parents' experience in an all-Jewish orchestra in Nazi Germany and The Beatles Come to America. He’s working on a new book that follows his grandfather’s and uncle’s voyage on the infamous Jewish refugee ship St. Louis and their unhappy odyssey through a series of French concentration camps to their murder at Auschwitz.
Preston Trombly | email Monday – Friday 12pm - 6pm ET Sundays 6pm – Midnight ETPreston Trombly offers his Sirius/XM listeners the same enthusiasm and commitment he brings to his music and art. For several years he worked as a composer and performer (Guggenheim Fellow, NEA and NYSCA commissions). His art has been featured in galleries and museums in the New York City/Tri-State area. Preston's Sonata No. 5 received The National Arts Club award for best art work in Mixed Media in 2010. He is a frequent speaker on music and the visual arts around the country.
Lauren Rico Monday - Friday 6pm – midnight ETLauren Rico has worked at radio stations in Tampa; Charlotte; Washington, D.C.; Austin and New York City. She spent over seven years as a host on Classical 24, a nationally syndicated classical music service. Over the last several years, Lauren has delved into broadcast production, hosting and producing 5 seasons of Minnesota Opera radio broadcasts as well as the Gracie Award-winning documentary series "Instrumental Women.” A longtime student of the French horn, Lauren holds a master's degree from George Mason University.
Robert Aubry Davis | email Mondays 12am - 6am and 5 - 6am ET Saturdays 8am - 12pm and 6 - 11pm ET Sundays 6am - 12pm ETNative Washingtonian Robert Aubry Davis is a nationally recognized producer and host for radio and TV. His Radman Productions has released several CD compilations, and he's the TV host of WETA Public Television’s Emmy-winning Around Town.
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Symphony Hall on SiriusXM
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Imani Winds performs in the SiriusXM studio in New York City
Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Copland, Gershwin, Mendelssohn, Dvorak, Haydn, Corelli, Vivaldi, John Adams, Joshua Bell, Leonard Bernstein, Alfred Brendel, Simone Dinnerstein, Sir Simon Rattle, Richard Egarr, Musica Antiqua of Cologne