Requests up to an hour long from Radio New Zealand Concert's vast CD collection or from some of our own recordings.
The NZSO conducted by their Music Director Pietari Inkinen play Sibelius' Symphony No 6 in D minor in Afternoon Requests
CD Masters has a recording of violinist Rachel Podger, and one featuring the English Baroque Soloists directed by John Eliot Gardiner
Douglas Lilburn's Drysdale Overture starts today's edition of Made in New Zealand
In this episode of Philosophy Talk on Appointment Ken Taylor and John Perry look at “captivity”
Music Alive is another from our Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Series, including Copland's Appalachian Spring and Beethoven's Ninth Symphony
Latest audio items
- Megan Henderson and Callum MacCrimmon
- John Eady: Lewis Eady 130 Anniversary
- Sonnet No 119: What potions have I drunk of Siren tears
- HARRIS: The Floating Bride, the Crimson Village
- HARRIS: The Floating Bride, the Crimson Village (introduction)
- WATSON Derailleurs
- MCDONALD Moment for violin and piano
- MERIDAN: blast
- Resound: Ross Harris
- Tom Poster: British Pianist
Thomas Goss gives an overview of the life and music of English composer Brian Eno.
The story of Tom Rakewell who unwittingly makes a bargain with the Devil.
Thomas Goss explores how movies portray composers as lovers, heroes, spiritual figures, and even madmen
Letters from Marshall Walker to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.