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Arts Feature: Stile Antico Stile AnticoFrank Dominguez talks to Andrew Griffiths and Kate Ashby, members of Stile Antico, about their music and also about how they collaborate as a self-directed group without a conductor.
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Performance/Chat: Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine

Camerata Sine NominePrior to their performance in Charlotte, Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine performed live in WDAV’s John Clark Performance Studio on Tuesday, March 3, 2015. Patrick Pope, organist and music director at Charlotte's Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter, chatted with Frank Dominguez about this talented group and what drew him to bring them to perform in Charlotte. 


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Arts Feature: Charlotte Ballet's Innovative Works Matt Rogers with Charlotte BalletIt's a perennial favorite, and it’s back: Charlotte Ballet’s Innovative Works. Matt Rogers talks to dancer Anna Gerberich and choreographer David Ingram about this year’s program.
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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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Interview: Enrique Bátiz, State of Mexico Symphony Orchestra

Enrique BatizEnrique Bátiz, conductor of the State of Mexico Symphony Orchestra, talks to Frank Dominguez about his Charlotte Concerts performance at Halton Theater. 


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Interview: Gerard and Julian Schwarz Gerard SchwarzOn January 16-17, 2015, the Charlotte Symphony welcomes distinguished guest conductor Gerard Schwarz to lead the orchestra in the next Classics Series concerts, which feature his son, cellist Julian Schwarz, as soloist. Gerard Schwarz spoke to WDAV about the nature of their collaborations.
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Interview: Robert Moody, Music Director, Winston-Salem Symphony Robert MoodyRobert Moody, the music director with Winston-Salem Symphony, shares some big news with Matt Rogers. First, he shares details of the just-released 2015-2016 Winston-Salem Symphony schedule. And then, he shares more great news: after ten seasons with the symphony, Robert Moody will continue as music director for three more years. Learn more details about this season's performances -- as well as Maestro Moody's next few years -- in the interviews below.
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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: Copley Quartet Copley Quartet 150Frank Dominguez welcomes the Copley Quartet of the Handel & Haydn Society of Boston to WDAV’s John Clark Performance Studio. They are here to perform several pieces and to talk about their appearance in the Bechtler Music & Museum concert series.
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Podcast: Backstory - Brahms Charlotte Symphony Oratorio 150Enjoy this podcast on Brahm's German Requiem, featuring the Oratorio Singers and Dr. Scott Allen Jarrett, Director of Choruses and Assistant Conductor for the Charlotte Symphony.
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Performance/Chat: Chante Piano Trio Chante TrioAs WDAV prepares to launch the second Young Chamber Musicians Competition, the winners of the first competition -- Chante Piano Trio -- recall their experiences in the competition and tells us what’s ahead in their musical careers. They also perform several pieces during their visit to the John Clark Performance Studio.
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Performance/Chat: CSO Pulse Rush Hour Recital Series CSO PulseMatt Rogers chats with Charlotte Symphony cellist Jon Lewis about his performance as part of the Rush Hour Recital Series. Jon gives us a preview of the late Baroque music he has chosen for the performance, and Pulse co-president Beth Rennie shares how the organization is fostering the next generation of CSO concertgoers.
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WDAV Celebrates Black History Month Florence PriceCelebrate Black History Month with WDAV! All month, we'll play pieces from notable African American musicians who've made a lasting impact on classical music, from composers to pioneers to rising stars.
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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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