Cooler Classics, Interviews, Music, NCCR

Cooler Classics.(Sunday 27th February 2022. 9pm-11pm, Repeats Thursday midnight, Listen Again & on Mixcloud)

  • 11 year old Amartya Paul with some new classical music.
Amartya Paul.
  • Adam Gorb and Clare Hammond  with their thoughts on a new Toccata Classics release.
Adam Gorb
Clare Hammond
  • Sam Denia & Lee O’Reilly explain “Murder For Two”, at The Barn, Cirencester.
Sam Denia and Lee O’Reilly
  • Paul D Curran drops in with a Poetry Corner appeal “Bringing Shakespeare Home”
Paul D Curran
  • Leonard Slatkin, world famous conductor, revisits his musical life and the new Naxos album “Slatkin Conducts Slatkin”
Leonard Slatkin
  • Introducing Noah Max…
Noah Max
  • And additional music from Handel, Sarah Class, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic

Sunday 9-11pm and repeated Thursday at Midnight. Plus Listen Again (7 days) and Mixcloud (several weeks!)

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Cooler Classics, English Symphony Orchestra, Interviews, Music, NCCR

Cooler Classics.(Sunday 6th February 2022. 9pm-11pm, Repeats Thursday midnight, Listen Again & on Mixcloud)

  • Sarah Class explains Resonate, current projects and “Blackbird”
Sarah Class.
  • Jennifer Kloetzel tells us about her obsession with Beethoven and outlines the 3CD set “Beethoven -The Conquering Hero”
Jennifer Kloetzel (and Beethoven aka Greathoven!!)
  • Kenneth Woods shares the highlights of the forthcoming ESO season
Kenneth Woods
  • Max Horowitz discusses “The Singing Guitar” with composer Kile Smith(Podcast Courtesy Crossover Media)
  • With music from Amartya Paul, Franz Schubert, Ludwig van Beethoven, Edward Elgar.. and contributions from the English String Orchestra, Quartetto di Cremona and Eckart Runge.

Sunday 9-11pm and repeated Thursday at Midnight. Plus Listen Again (7 days) and Mixcloud (several weeks!)

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Cooler Classics, Interviews, Music, NCCR

Cooler Classics.(Sunday 2nd January 2022. 9pm-11pm, Repeats Thursday midnight, Listen Again & on Mixcloud)

Highlights of 2021- The Composers plus.

  • Sarah Class “Resonates” and tells of her Royal Commission.
Sarah Class
  • Amartya Paul is an 11 years old classical composer…

Amartya Paul… 11years old classical composer

  • RIOPY.. a Frenchman with “Bliss” on his mind.
RIOPY
  • Kazuya introduces a Japanese instrument to our ears…

Kazuya Sato.

  • Jerod Tate is an American Chickasaw Indian; his heritage is in his music.
Jerod Impichchaachaaha Tate
  • Plus.. we recall Tom Hammond..
  • And additional music from  Steve Markoff and Patricia Lazzara, with their take on Aha’s “Take On Me”..
  • And  Andre Rieu and the Johann Strauss Orchestra team up with Sir Anthony Hopkins with “And The Waltz Goes On.”

Sunday 9-11pm and repeated Thursday at Midnight. Plus Listen Again (7 days) and Mixcloud (several weeks!)

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Cooler Classics, Interviews, Music, NCCR

Cooler Classics.(Sunday 21st November 2021. 9pm-11pm, Repeats Thursday midnight, Listen Again & on Mixcloud)

  • Eleonor Bindman explains her “Classics For Kids” Project.
Eleonor Bindman explaining “Classics For Kids” project.
  • JoAnn Falletta tells about her conducting career to date, and the music of Claudette Sorel.
JoAnn Falletta
  • John Sanderson updates progress on the Performing Arts Centre at Chipping Campden School… and exclusively reveals the name of the PAC!!.
John Sanderson, Principal,Chipping Campden School.
  • We hear a performance of Chopin (recorded by Polish Radio) by the winner of the 18th International Chopin Competition in Warsaw.(Courtesy Polish Radio and Crossover Media)
  • With additional music from Sarah Class, Sarah Willis, Oxford Baroque, Berit Hagen(aka Commander -in-Chief) and Craig Ogden, Rudolf Kempe.

Sunday 9-11pm and repeated Thursday at Midnight. Plus Listen Again (7 days) and Mixcloud (several weeks!)

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Cooler Classics, Interviews, Music, NCCR

Cooler Classics.(Sunday 14th November 2021. 9pm-11pm, Repeats Thursday midnight, Listen Again & on Mixcloud)

Features:

  • Sarah Class talks with Cooler Classics about her album “Resonate”, COP26, HRH The Prince of Wales and “Rhythm Of The Earth.”
Sarah Class.
  • Kenneth Woods, principal conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra reflects on the recent successful Elgar Festival, Sibelius, Steven R Gerber and Steve Elcock.
Kenneth Woods.

With new recordings from :

  • Christian Thielemann & Vienna Philharmonic (of Bruckner’s 4th Symphony.)
  • Daniil Trifonov “Bach: The Art Of Life” (featured piece Chaconne in D Minor for the Left Hand.)
  • Daniel Johnson’s latest music: Thunder.
  • And a second hearing for Jamie Lonsdale’s “White Doves of Peace” and Roberto Cacciapaglia’s “Angel Falls”

Sunday 9-11pm and repeated Thursday at Midnight. Plus Listen Again (7 days) and Mixcloud (several weeks!)

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