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  1. New Classical Tracks: Marcy Rosen and Lydia Artymiw2018/06/13
    New Classical Tracks: Marcy Rosen and Lydia Artymiw
  2. New Classical Tracks: Kazem Abdullah2018/06/06
    New Classical Tracks: Kazem Abdullah
  3. New Classical Tracks: Angela Hewitt2018/05/30
    New Classical Tracks: Angela Hewitt
  4. New Classical Tracks: Francisco Fullana2018/05/23
    New Classical Tracks: Francisco Fullana
  5. New Classical Tracks: Rachel Podger2018/05/16
    New Classical Tracks: Rachel Podger
  6. New Classical Tracks: Patricia Kopatchinskaja2018/05/09
    New Classical Tracks: Patricia Kopatchinskaja
  7. New Classical Tracks: Norman Krieger2018/05/02
    New Classical Tracks: Norman Krieger
  8. New Classical Tracks: Kantorei2018/04/25
    New Classical Tracks: Kantorei
  9. New Classical Tracks: Seraph Brass2018/04/18
    New Classical Tracks: Seraph Brass
  10. New Classical Tracks: Xiayin Wang2018/04/11
    New Classical Tracks: Xiayin Wang
  11. New Classical Tracks: Miro Quartet2018/04/04
    New Classical Tracks: Miro Quartet
  12. New Classical Tracks: Lisa Batiashvili2018/03/28
    New Classical Tracks: Lisa Batiashvili
  13. New Classical Tracks: Seong-Jin Cho2018/03/21
    New Classical Tracks: Seong-Jin Cho
  14. New Classical Tracks: Marin Alsop2018/03/14
    New Classical Tracks: Marin Alsop
  15. New Classical Tracks: Lara Downes2018/03/07
    This week on New Classical Tracks, Lara Downes celebrates Leonard Bernstein's life, music, and imagination in her new album, 'For Lenny.'
  16. New Classical Tracks: Seraph Brass (extended)2018/02/28
    New Classical Tracks: Seraph Brass (extended)
  17. New Classical Tracks: Rachel Barton Pine2018/02/21
    Rachel Barton Pine was 11 when she first performed Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Now, 32 years later, she's recording the work for the first time, along with Elgar's Violin Concerto.
  18. New Classical Tracks: Riccardo Muti2018/02/14
    New Classical Tracks: Riccardo Muti
  19. New Classical Tracks: Pappano joins Argerich for Saint-Saens2018/02/07
    Conductor and pianist Antonio Pappano joins the legendary Martha Argerich for a new recording of Saint-Saens' 'Carnival of the Animals.'
  20. New Classical Tracks: Rolando Villazon and Ildar Abdrazakov2018/01/31
    New Classical Tracks: Rolando Villazon and Ildar Abdrazakov
  21. New Classical Tracks: Stephen Hough2018/01/24
    Pianist Stephen Hough delves into the magical world of Debussy in his first recording of the composer's work.
  22. New Classical Tracks: Danish String Quartet2018/01/17
    What's ingrained in the musicians of the Danish String Quartet? Nordic folk music.
  23. New Classical Tracks: Anne Akiko Meyers2018/01/10
    Anne Akiko Meyers is back with her 35th release, 'Fantasia,' named after the work composed for her by Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara.
  24. New Classical Tracks: Dennis Russell Davies2018/01/03
    Conductor Dennis Russell Davies challenges the definition of what you might think of as old and new music on his new recording.
  25. New Classical Tracks: Ola Gjeilo (extended interview)2017/12/20
    If you're familiar with the world of choral music, then you know the name Ola Gjeilo. On his new recording, 'Winter Songs,' he combines his love of choral music with his passion for piano improvisation and strings.
  26. New Classical Tracks: Voces8 (extended)2017/12/13
    The British vocal ensemble Voces8 is back with a new soprano, a new composer-in-residence and, soon, a new recording, 'Equinox.'
  27. New Classical Tracks: The OK Factor2017/12/06
    The OK Factor is more than just 'OK.' It's a genre-bending duo whose members met five years ago while attending school in Iowa. Now you can 'Have Yourself an OK Christmas,' thanks to their new holiday recording of the same name.
  28. New Classical Tracks: George Li2017/11/29
    Pianist George Li made his debut last month at Carnegie Hall, where he performed the same program featured on his new recording, "Live at the Mariinsky." In fact, he's still basking in the glow of that Russian recital.
  29. New Classical Tracks: Angela Gheorghiu2017/11/22
    New Classical Tracks: Angela Gheorghiu
  30. New Classical Tracks: Norman Krieger - Extended2017/11/15
    New Classical Tracks: Norman Krieger - Extended
  31. New Classical Tracks: McGill/McHale Trio2017/11/08
    How a performance collaboration among brothers Anthony and Demarre McGill and pianist Michael McHale turned into a debut recording, 'Portraits.'
  32. Haimovitz and O'Riley team up on 'Troika'2017/10/25
    Pianist Christopher O'Riley and cellist Matt Haimovitz are frequent collaborators. Their most recent recording, 'Troika,' explores the music of the Slavic soul.
  33. Leonard and Isbin capture their Spanish soul2017/10/18
    About three years ago, mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard invited guitarist Sharon Isbin to collaborate on Spanish songs. They recently captured their experience on a new recording titled 'Alma Espanola,' which means 'Spanish Soul.'
  34. Bjarte Eike raises a toast to the music of 17th-century London2017/10/11
    Ten years ago, musician Bjarte Eike launched the Alehouse Sessions at a festival in Norway, bringing to life music from the inns, taverns and alehouses of 17th-century London. It was an immediate hit, so Bjarte decided to develop it further, resulting in a new recording, 'The Alehouse Sessions.'
  35. Tomas Cotik offers a big slice of Piazzolla2017/10/04
    Violinist Tomas Cotik grew up in Astor Piazzolla's homeland of Argentina. Cotik moved away at age 18, studying, teaching, and performing in Canada, Germany and the United States. Cotik's new recording takes him back to his homeland, as he celebrates the legacy of Astor Piazzolla.
  36. Yo-Yo Ma and friends team up on Bach Trios2017/09/27
    As a concert soloist and as a musical collaborator in various genres, including his own Silk Road Ensemble, Yo-Yo Ma has been part of the classical musical evolution for decades. His exploration continues with a new recording of Bach Trios featuring the unusual combination of cello, double bass and mandolin. Yo-Yo Ma says he's thrilled to be joined by the genius of Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile.
  37. Pianist Shai Wosner improvises on some of his favorite works2017/09/20
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  38. The Minnesota Orchestra and Mahler2017/09/13
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  39. Tippet Rise: masterful music in the Montana mountains2017/09/06
    The Montana arts center and music venue, Tippet Rise, has released an album of highlights from its music festival's inaugural season. Christopher O'Riley, pianist and the festival's artistic director, talks about a new album of musical highlights from the festival.
  40. Yekwon Sunwoo celebrates a gold-medal performance2017/08/30
    Yekwon Sunwoo took the Gold Medal at the 2017 International Van Cliburn competition. The first Van Cliburn winner from South Korea, Yekwon Sunwoo has released the live album of his award-winning performance.
  41. Stephen Edwards' Requiem for My Mother (extended)2017/08/22
    Stephen Edwards' Requiem for My Mother (extended)
  42. Simone Dinnerstein meets Mozart in Havana2017/08/16
    What if Mozart went to Havana? Simone Dinnerstein decided to find out. Dinnerstein traveled to Cuba at the invitation of Solomon Mikowsky -- the result of which is a recording of works by Mozart with the Havana Lyceum Orchestra.
  43. Avi Avital continues to stretch musical boundaries2017/08/09
    On his latest recording, mandolinist Avi Avital dives into his Israeli roots exploring his Moroccan ancestry. He says it's the nature of his instrument that allows him to stretch beyond musical boundaries.
  44. Shai Wosner improvises with some of his favorite composers2017/08/02
    On his new recording, 'Impromptu,' Israeli-born pianist Shai Wosner improvises on works by some of his favorite composers: Schubert, Chopin, Beethoven, Liszt, Dvorak, Gershwin and Ives.
  45. Leonard Slatkin completes another Copland2017/07/26
    As he prepares for his 10th and final season as music director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin is excited to release another recording in their Copland cycle.
  46. Minnesota Orchestra masters Mahler2017/07/19
    Following successful recordings of works by Beethoven and Sibelius, the on-a-roll Minnesota Orchestra made a recording of Mahler's demanding Symphony No. 5. 'If the music is good enough,' says Music Director Osmo Vanska, 'you are ready to even suffer because of that.'
  47. Wu Han records at 'a magical place'2017/07/12
    The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center recorded an album at Shaker Village in Kentucky. 'It's a magical place,' says Artistic Director Wu Han. 'It's a place where people search for a renewal of spirit.'
  48. Rachel Barton Pine makes her violin sing2017/07/05
    A fan of Niccolo Pagaini since she was a child, Rachel Barton Pine released all of the Paganini Caprices on a new recording she calls, 'Bel Canto,' which means 'beautiful singing.' Hear more about the new recording, about Rachel's longtime fascination with Pagaini, and how Rachel's husband lent an idea for rehearsal, all in this New Classical Tracks extended podcast.
  49. A new collection of Bach Trios from Yo-Yo Ma and friends2017/06/27
    Yo-Yo Ma has been part of the classical musical evolution for decades. His exploration continues with a new recording of Bach Trios featuring the unusual combination of cello, double bass and mandolin. Yo-Yo Ma says he's thrilled to be joined by the genius of Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile.
  50. Howard Shore on composing for film, TV and the concert hall - extended audio2017/06/21
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  51. Alexandre Tharaud revels in Rachmaninoff2017/06/07
    With the release of his most recent recording, 'Tharaud plays Rachmaninov,' French pianist Alexandre Tharaud invites you into his childhood dream.
  52. Anne-Sophie Mutter - Mutterissimo (extended version)2017/05/31
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  53. New Classical Tracks: Simone Dinnerstein, 'Mozart in Havana'2017/05/24
    New Classical Tracks: Simone Dinnerstein, 'Mozart in Havana'
  54. Simone Dinnerstein meets Mozart in Havana2017/05/24
    What if Mozart went to Havana? Simone Dinnerstein decided to find out. Dinnerstein traveled to Cuba at the invitation of Solomon Mikowsky -- the result of which is a recording of works by Mozart with the Havana Lyceum Orchestra.
  55. Emerson String Quartet celebrate Purcell and Britten2017/05/17
    On this new recording, the Emerson String Quartet explore the affinity between two of England's best-known composers, Henry Purcell and Benjamin Britten. It's hard to believe this music spans almost three centuries.
New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher
http://www.classicalmpr.org/topic/new-classical-tracks
Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.

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