From WSHU's daytime and evening classical programs, Kate Remington and Lauren Rico give you a heads-up on some of the best music they've selected.
Today we'll enjoy Rodrigo's impression of Sounds in the tower of La Giralda, one of Seville's most romantic meeting spots.
So many of the guitar concertos written in the 20th Century owe their existence to Andres Segovia, and his tireless nagging of composers to write music for him. Tonight we'll enjoy the concerto Villa Lobos wrote for him.
Before his life was tragically cut short, George Gershwin was working on some very ambitions projects, far beyond the scope of Broadway shows. This morning we'll enjoy his Piano Concerto in F.
In Albert Roussel's ballet, "The Spider's Banquet", not all the guests make it home alive! We'll enjoy it tonight.
Pianist Miriam Conti has re-discovered the music of early 20th Century Argentinian composers, and this morning she takes us along on her journey.
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