STAMITZ Flute Concertos

Podcast: Robert Aitken plays Stamitz Flute Concertos

In 1742, Johann Stamitz got the job offer he wanted – he was invited to become a member of the Mannheim Court Orchestra. A couple of years later, he became Concertmaster, and then Director of Instrumental Music. That meant he … Read More →


MARIE-NICOLE LEMIEUX: VIVALDI

Podcast: Vivaldi ! with Marie Nicole Lemieux

Canadian contralto Marie-Nicole Lemieux burst onto the international scene with her performances of Vivaldi operas. This CD is the perfect introduction to those operas, and her glorious voice. Accompanied by Ensemble Matheus conducted by Jean-Christophe Spinosi, Marie-Nicole presents some of … Read More →


Elgar The Crown of India

Podcast: Elgar’s Crown of India

Sir Edward Elgar wrote his Crown of India for a 1912 musical event in London celebrating the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. Although such an event is an historical anachronism today, … Read More →


SYNERGY - Music for Wind Band

Podcast: Synergy – with the Columbus State University Wind Ensemble

A spotlight look at the new Columbus State University Wind Ensemble‘s new CD – a CD that brings together an outstanding band, conductor Robert Rumbelow, and three great soloists: Clarinettists John Yeh and Teresa Reilly, and percussionist Molly Yeh. This … Read More →


ADAMO Late Victorians

Podcast: Mark Adamo’s Late Victorians

A podcast feature about Late Victorians, a new Naxos CD featuring the world premiere recordings of four works by American composer Mark Adamo, who is also the interview guest in this podcast. This CD features Alcott Music, a suite from … Read More →