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Performance/Chat: Bela Fleck Bela FleckBela Fleck has made his mark across many genres -- including bluegrass, jazz, pop, and rock -- and has earned Grammy nominations in more categories than any other musician. Now Bela Fleck has crossed over into classical with his concerto for banjo, "The Imposter," and will perform with the Western Piedmont Symphony. Join us to hear Bela Fleck's visit to the WDAV John Clark Performance Studio.
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Performance/Chat: Capella Cantorum

Capella Cantorum It'll be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, says Bob Pritchard of the upcoming Fall Concert by his Renaissance Singers. This concert offers something new and unique for Charlotte: Capella Cantorum, a choral group based in Guatemala will be featured in the performance. Ahead of this concert, Capella Cantorum visits the WDAV studio to talk with us about the concert and to give an in-studio performance as a preview to the Charlotte concert.


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Arts Feature: Davidson College Concert Series McMillenAlan Black, Artistic Director of the Davidson College Concert Series, gives WDAV's Matt Rogers a preview of what the upcoming series has in store, starting with pianist Blair McMillen.
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Arts Feature: Violins of Hope Violins of HopeThe project Violins of Hope displayed violins that had survived the concentration camps of the Holocaust, and had been lovingly restored by Israeli craftsman Amnon Weinstein. Now UNC Charlotte music professor James Grymes has published a book about the Violins of Hope, and the inspiring stories behind them. He discusses the book and the project with WDAV’s Frank Dominguez.
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Classical Profiles Joseph RobinsonWDAV introduces a new program: Classical Profiles, a series of visits with prominent individuals who love classical music. We’re pleased to welcome as our first guest Joseph Robinson, former principal oboist of the New York Philharmonic.
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Mozart Cafe's 20th Anniversary Mozart Cafe Anniversary WelcomeCelebrate the 20th anniversary of WDAV's Mozart Cafe! Join us at the station for food, drink, giveaways, and special performances.
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Performance/Chat: Agave Baroque Agave BaroqueAgave Baroque, a San Francisco-based ensemble, will be in Davidson as part of BachFest at St. Alban's Episcopal Church. Prior to this performance, they will be in the WDAV performance studio to perform live and to chat with Matt Rogers about the upcoming show.
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Spoleto Festival USA 2014 Spoleto 150Spring means Spoleto for music lovers, but if you can’t make it to Charleston this year for Spoleto Festival USA, WDAV will bring some of the festival to you. Join us to hear memorable Spoleto performances from the Westminster Choir and the Spoleto Festival Orchestra.
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Arts Feature: Charlotte Ballet's Dangerous Liaisons Charlotte Ballet Dangerous LiaisonsIn advance of Charlotte Ballet's production of "Dangerous Liaisons," Matt Rogers interviewed Associate Artistic Director Sasha Janes and dancers Anna Gerberich and Josh Hall. The original music for the show is by cellist Ben Sollee.
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Christ Church Cathedral Choir of Oxford Live Broadcast Christ Church Cathedral Choir For 500 years, Christ Church Cathedral choir has represented the very best of the English choral tradition. You’ll hear works by Tallis, Handel, Purcell, Walton, Vaughan Williams, and more during this live broadcast, hosted by Theresa Woody and Matt Rogers.
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CSO Live Broadcast Gary HoffmanThe Charlotte Symphony Orchestra begins a new Classics Series, and WDAV once again brings the concert to you. Frank Dominguez and Matt Rogers will be your hosts for a live broadcast featuring Christopher Warren-Green leading the orchestra in the stirring Finlandia by Jean Sibelius, and Beethoven’s “Eroïca” Symphony. Plus Gary Hoffman joins the orchestra for Dvorak’s poignant and personal Cello Concerto.
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Arts Feature: Do You Love Me? Culpepper-Boye-300WDAV’s Myelita Melton will talk with soprano Jacquelyn Culpepper and baritone Dan Boye about the concert, "Do You Love Me?" at the Duke Family Performance Hall at Davidson College.
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Open Air Brevard 2013 brevard-tileWDAV joins the Brevard Music Center and Summer Festival for seven weeks of classical masterworks
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10th Anniversary of the Samuel W. Newell Building Facade of the Samuel W. Newell Building.The Samuel W. Newell Building opened it's doors on February 27, 2003 becoming the new home to WDAV. We commemorate our inaugural broadcast from the John Clark performance studio with selections of live performances from that day.
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Charlotte's Brodt Music Company to close after 78 years Brodt Music TileBrodt Music Company has served the Charlotte community since 1934. Due to financial constraints resulting from the 2008 recession and a continuing movement toward web-based print music sales, Brodt Music will close at the end of October 2012. The local fixture provided support to area churches, schools and hosted renown artist such as Kathleen Battle and Itzhak Perlman. WDAV Digital Producer George Marshall interviews owner Lee Northcutt about the store's 78 year life and imminent closure.
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