Host Jim Svejda guides you through the world of classical recordings with artist profiles, engaging interviews and reviews. This week: “The Young Stravinsky”– early recordings by Igor Stravinsky the conductor, including the greatest of all recordings (from 1940) of The Rite of Spring.


Sunday, April 1 | 10 pm
A conversation with the Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang

Sunday, April 8 | 10 pm
“Kapell Live!”– recently published recordings by the great American pianist William Kapell.

Sunday, April 15 | 10 pm
A Buyer’s Guide to Dvorak’s Orchestra Music.

Sunday, April 22 | 10 pm
“The Young Stravinsky”– early recordings by Igor Stravinsky the conductor, including the greatest of all recordings (from 1940) of The Rite of Spring.

Sunday, April 29 | 10 pm
A conversation with the Music Director of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Sir Antonio Pappano.

Sunday, May 6 | 10 pm
“Martinon of Chicago”– live recordings by the Chicago Symphony with its embattled (but brilliant) music director, Jean Martinon.

Sunday, May 13 | 10 pm
A conversation with guitarist Angel Romero.

Sunday, May 20 | 10 pm
In the first of two programs, the art of the great Viennese violinist, Fritz Kreisler.

Sunday, May 27 | 10 pm
In the second of two programs, classic recordings by violinist Fritz Kreisler.