New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

Host Julie Amacher provides an in-depth exploration of a new classical music release each week.

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 18m. Bisher sind 387 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 4 days 12 hours 24 minutes


Conspirare conductor Craig Hella Johnson lets his imagination run wild

Conductor Craig Hella Johnson lets his imagination run wild with the Austin-based vocal ensemble Conspirare. He leads them and three different guitar quartets in their new album, The Singing Guitar.


 2021-05-26  37m

Minnesota Orchestra violist Rebecca Albers enjoys being an inner voice

Principal violist Rebecca Albers of the Minnesota Orchestra shares her love of being in the middle voice of the ensemble. She leads the viola section in the opening of the Minnesota Orchestra’s new album, Mahler 10. E


 2021-05-19  19m

Guitarist Miloš Karadaglić feels like a fairy tale has come true

Guitarist Miloš Karadaglić feels as if a fairy tale has come true in his new album, The Moon & the Forest.


 2021-05-12  39m

Contralto and conductor Nathalie Stutzmann lives her dream

Nathalie Stutzmann/Orfeo 55 — Contralto (Warner Classics/Erato)

“Oh là là! I’m actually living my dream,” said conductor and contralto Nathalie Stutzmann. “My two biggest goals in life were to be a singer and a conductor, and I am just living my dream.”

Nathalie Stutzmann believes that every dream can come true and she’s living proof...


 2021-05-05  39m

Violinist Gregory Harrington plays with our perception of time

Gregory Harrington: Glass Hour; with Mark Shapiro and the Janáček Philharmonic (Estile Records)

One thing we can all agree on is that the pandemic has impacted how we perceive the passage of time. The days seem to go slow, while the year goes by quickly. Maybe you feel as if you’ve been stuck in a Ground Hog Day scenario...


 2021-04-28  29m

Gil Shaham finds friendship in two violin concertos

Violinist Gil Shaham teams up with the cellist and conductor of the Knights, Eric Jacobsen, to forge a friendship through their new album, Beethoven, Brahms: Violin Concertos.


 2021-04-21  39m

Daniil Trifonov reconnects with his Russian past

Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov is used to traveling and performing as an international soloist. During the global pandemic, he's been staying close to home, but among live and streamed concerts, he has released a new recording that highlights Russian composers from about 1880 to 1925, 'The Silver Age.'


 2021-04-07  19m

Simone Dinnerstein makes the most out of lockdown

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein has accomplished a lot during the pandemic, even though she may not agree. Her second recording within a year, 'An American Mosaic,' is dedicated to those affected by the lockdown.


 2021-03-31  43m

Hilary Hahn memorializes her time in Paris

Violinist Hilary Hahn had her residency with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France, and her time there is showcased in her new album 'Paris.' It explores pieces that remind her of the time spent there.


 2021-03-24  32m

Benjamin Grosvenor dives into the music of Franz Liszt

Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor explores the music of Franz Liszt on his latest release. On 'Liszt,' he explores his connection to the composer and pays tribute to his grandfather.


 2021-03-10  24m