From 2015, cellist Narek Hahknazaryan spoke with host Alex Trajano about his background, and playing Tchaikovsky with the DSO.
The composer talks about his work inspired by Ernest Hemingway ("Tales of Hemingway"), which the DSO performed with cellist Zuill Bailey.
The cellist talks about performing "Tales of Hemingway," a 2015 work by Michael Daugherty.
DSO musicians Marian Tanau and Alexander Mishnaevski talked to former DSO Music Director Neeme Järvi about Rachamaninoff's life, prior to a performance of his rarely heard First Symphony.
Defiant Requiem tells the story of a performance of Verdi's Requiem at the Terezin concentration camp. Conductor Murry Sidlin, who created Defiant Requiem, tells the story of the project in this interview.
Prior to performing Liszt's Second Piano Concerto, the pianist talked about his life, his Macedonian heritage, and how much music he has prepared at any moment.
After the final concert of the 2015 festival, Charles Greenwell discussed it with conductor Leonard Slatkin.
Charles Greenwell and Alex Trajano investigate the origins of Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture.
Violinist Znaider also conducted this concert of Mozart, and Tchaikovsky, and talked about how he does them simultaneously.
Principal Flute David Buck talks about his earliest experiences with Mozart's music, from the 2017 Mozart Festival.
Mozart's First Violin Concerto and Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" are featured in this interview with Charles Greenwell.