Programs A-Z

  • How did the piano get its name? Why can’t you “reach” a crescendo? Who invented opera—and why—and how do you pronounce “Handel”? These and countless other classical music questions are answered on South Carolina Public Radio’s A Minute with...

  • Carolina Live is a weekly program of the Carolinas' best live classical concert recordings. Presented by OrthoCarolina, the show is a co-production of WDAV 89.9...

  • The Spoleto Chamber Music Series, recorded live at the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, SC.

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  • Classical Guitar Alive! is a unique program that celebrates the classical repertory of the world's most-played musical instrument in a wide variety of musical settings, from solo...

  • Maybe it has been a long day and it is time to relax, settle in for the evening, sit back, put your feet up and enjoy good music. Classical Unwind brings listeners some of the most beautiful music in the world drawn from the heart of...

  • Echoes is a daily two-hour music soundscape, distributed by Public Radio International and broadcast on 130 radio stations from Maine to California. With host John Diliberto, a writer for Billboard, Pulse and other magazines, Echoes...

  • Each one hour long episode of From the Top presents five high-caliber performances, along with interviews, sketches and games, revealing the heart and soul behind extraordinary young musicians. Now in its twelfth year on air, From the Top is...

  • Jazz Night in America, produced in a collaboration between NPR, Jazz at Lincoln Center and WBGO, airs each weekend on South Carolina Public Radio, with a webcast video series and more available online at

  • Jazz legend Marian McPartland hosted Piano Jazz for over 30 years. The program continues to showcase the world's top musicians of all time with broadcasts and podcasts from it's archive.

  • Nationally syndicated classical music programming from Minnesota Public Radio.

  • Nationally syndicated classical music programming from Minnesota Public Radio.

  • On the Keys is about the most versatile of instruments, the piano. But it also features the organ, the harpsichord and most anything that has a keyboard or manual. All genres are fair game, including song cycles, concertos, sonatas,...

  • Hosted by Fred Child, Performance Today is America's most popular classical music radio program, broadcast on 293 public radio stations across the country and reaching approximately 1.4 million listeners each week. The hour-long show...

  • Hosted by Michael Barone, Pipedreams is the only weekly radio program that explores the full range of the art and potential of the pipe organ.

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  • Roots Musik Karamu ("karamu" is the Kiswahili word for "feast) centers on reggae music, but, also brings you the sounds of calypso, soca, blues, jazz, gospel, Juju, and other Afro-centered musical genres. In addition to the music, host...

  •    Sonatas and Soundscapes explores the diverse and colorful range of classical (and not-so-classical) music. Every weekday host

  • A great orchestra in full flight is the most amazing thing and SymphonyCast lets you experience that thrill every week. The weekly show, hosted by Alison Young,...

  • Each week listeners join award-winning host Fiona Ritchie to explore the evolving Celtic musical traditions of Europe and North America. In addition to well-known artists and selections, Ritchie introduces curious listeners to Celtic influences...

  • Host Talia Schlanger presents World Cafe, which features up to ten hours each week of new and significant music and the artists who create it.

    Serving up a blend of blues, rock, world, folk, and alternative country, live performances,and...