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Past features from Performance Today
In studio with pianist Stephen Prutsman
Is it jazz or is it classical music? Listen to the interview and watch a video of his performance
Minnesota Orchestra, one year silent
Read the latest news on the Minnesota Orchestra lock out.
In studio with Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung
Pianists Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung each have successful solo careers, but when they can, this married couple perform together. They played solos and duets in the PT studio and talked about being each other's best and fiercest critic.
Inon Barnatan at Steinway Hall
Listen to Barnatan's exclusive performance and conversation with PT host Fred Child at Steinway Hall in New York.
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.
Performance Today goes to the Fair
Listen to this live performance by Brooklyn Rider from the Minnesota State Fair.
Aspen Music Festival's Robert Spano performs under water
Listen to conductor and pianist Robert Spano perform one of his own compositions at the Aspen Music Festival and School.
Chatting with cellist Nathan Chan in Harris Hall
Listen to 19 year-old Nathan Chan play music by Rachmaninoff and Kreisler at the Aspen Music Festival and School.
In studio with Wendy Warner and Irina Nuzova
American cellist Wendy Warner and Russian pianist Irina Nuzova are a study in contrasts, but they share one important interest: Russian music for cello and piano.
In Studio with Alessio Bax
Pianist Alessio Bax joins host Fred Child in the studio to perform music by Brahms and Rachmaninoff and talk about what it's like to share an apartment with his toughest, kindest critic.
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