Performance Today: Frequently Asked Questions
What was the name of the composer, performer or piece I heard on the show?
From the homepage
, click on "Today's Playlist" to see a complete listing of the music that was broadcast on today's show. If you're looking for a piece you heard a few days ago, please consult our Program Archive
Can I buy a recording of music I heard on your show?
It's possible, but not likely. Many of the performances that you hear on Performance Today are not available for purchase because they were played at a live concert. In some cases, the musicians have recorded that same music for a commercial CD. If so, album title and recording label information will be available in the playlist.
Why can't I listen to the show?
First, try clicking on the Audio Help
link at the very bottom of the web page. If that information doesn't help, please send us
a detailed description of the problem and our web producer will try to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
Please note that you can stream any PT show for up to seven days after it first broadcasts. After that seven day window, each show is no longer available.
Can I be a contestant on The Piano Puzzler®?
Yes! Please send us your name, phone number and a brief description of how you listen to Performance Today. We don't record new Piano Puzzlers each week, but we will do our best to include you for the next Puzzler recording session.
Can I send you a recording of my concert or recommend a concert for broadcast on Performance Today?
Yes! We now accept digital submissions of concert materials that have been approved by the artists. To receive login access to our submission system, please contact us
. After your account has been created, you will be able to submit concert audio online
*. Click here
to read more about our specific audio requirements.
*For best results, please use Google Chrome to access the submission site.
How do I leave a comment?
Feel free to call our listener line to leave a comment or ask a question. Our number is 1-866-943-4450. With your permission, we may play some of the comments on the air. You can also email us at email@example.com