classical music

Tune in to "Giving Thanks" a contemporary celebration of the spirit of Gratitude. Thursday November 26, at 7:00 p.m.
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Whether you're in the kitchen, on the road to a family gathering, or relaxing after the feast, "Giving Thanks" provides the perfect atmosphere for Thanksgiving: the warmth of great music, and truly memorable words. Tune in at 7:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving, online or on your radio.

Ghosts And Flowers

Oct 30, 2015

Duo W made classical music video history with "Ghosts and Flowers." The musical duo of Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin and Meta Weiss, cello, have played together since high school and on through their masters programs at Julliard. They launched a kickstarter campaign and made this video of the Halvorson/Handel Passacaglia in 2011 as part of a commitment to bring classical music to new audiences. We played the audio recording on Morning Classics, October 30. Watch it below:

Video: Brahms From Studio B

Oct 1, 2015
Faculty members from the University of Montana and Idaho State University music departments performed songs and waltzes by Johannes Brahms live on Montana Public Radio
Josh Burnham

Faculty members from the University of Montana and Idaho State University music departments performed songs and waltzes by Johannes Brahms live on Montana Public Radio Monday. You can listen to the entire performance here and see video clips of the group's performance of "Neue Liebeslieder", and "Hungarian Dance", numbers 12 and 8.

Festival Amadeus: A Week of Mozart and Beyond
Courtesy Festival Amadeus

Festival Amadeus, presented by Glacier Symphony and Chorale, takes place from August 3 - 9, at venues around the Flathead Valley. The festival features chamber and orchestra concerts with acclaimed guest soloists and the Festival Amadeus orchestra. See the full Festival Amadeus schedule here.

William Marcus hosts a special tribute to Joseph Brown Henry, who died at Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana, on June 1.

Excerpts from Henry's obituary, written by Joe Nickell:

04/14/2014 - This one hour On The Strip Radio Special produced by Ben Manilla takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today.   Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and renowned conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical music from Gregorian chants to today's minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers.