Support Performance Today with your Amazon.com purchases
Apparel & Accessories
Camera & Photo
Cell Phones & Service
Computer & Video Games
Home & Garden
Health & Personal Care
Industrial & Scientific
Jewelry & Watches
Kitchen & Housewares
Sports & Outdoors
Tools & Hardware
Toys & Games
American Public Media Programs
A Prairie Home Companion
Anonymous 4 Thanksgiving
A Choral Christmas Card
Cantus: All is Calm
Carnegie Hall Live
Christmas with Dale Warland
Classical Music Initiative
Conspirare: Christmas at the Carillon
The Dinner Party
Echoes of Christmas
A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols
A Harpist's Christmas
The MTT Files
A Prairie Home Companion
Public Insight Journalism
Reflections: A Lenten Special
The Rose Ensemble Christmas
St. Olaf Christmas Festival
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra
Saint Paul Sunday
The Splendid Table
Word for Word
The Writer's Almanac
Past features from Performance Today. Find more performances on our
Young Artists in Residence page
In studio with pianist Louis Lortie
French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie joins host Fred Child to talk about coaxing nuance out of a percussive instrument, and to perform music by Wagner.
Young Artist in Residence: Robyn Bollinger
Free music downloads, interviews, and video of Robyn Bollinger and Dina Vainshtein.
Composer Kenji Bunch
Fred Child talks with Bunch about his quintet "New Moon and Morning" and its musical mirroring of a phase of the moon.
John Luther Adams wins 2014 Pulitzer Prize
Listen to Fred Child's interview with the composer about his winning piece "Become Ocean."
Bryce Dessner's St. Carolyn by the Sea
For PT's weekly musical focus on 21st century music, Fred Child talked with composer Bryce Dessner of indie-rock band The National.
Friend of Fred: Emily Reese
Radio host Emily Reese combines her enthusiasm for playing video games and passion for classical music as the host of Top Score, a weekly podcast highlighting video game music and the people who create it.
In studio with the Danish String Quartet
Full interview, photos and video of the Danish String Quartet.
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra live from Berlin
Watch the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, with maestro Manfred Honeck and violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter open the August 2013 Musikfest Berlin festival.
Sharleen Joynt: Flirting with love onstage and on TV
Soprano Sharleen Joynt talks about covering a role at the Metropolitan Opera, her appearance on the TV show The Bachelor, and how a career in opera begs difficult questions about what is important in life.
Young Artist in Residence: TianYang Liu
Free music downloads, interviews, and video of TianYang Liu and Keisuke Nakagoshi.
American Public Media
Terms and Conditions