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Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast

Hello and welcome to Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast!  This podcast is for anyone who loves classical music, or is just getting ready to dive in for the very first time.  Thanks so much, and I hope you enjoy it!  

Dec 28, 2017

Take a look back at one of the classic episodes of Season 2!  In this full-length interview with Yo-Yo Ma, we talk about how civic engagement and the arts can change the world.  We also talk about his childhood, making decisions with the cello, and so much more.  Thanks so much for listening, and have a great New...


Dec 20, 2017

Have you ever thought, "I like classical music, but I just don't know much about it!"  Have you ever been intimidated by a classical concert? Well, if that sounds like you, then this is the show for you.  I'm answering 21 questions about classical music, from "What is Classical Music?" to "How is a piece of...


Dec 13, 2017

It's the season finale of Sticky Notes!  This week, on this special Holiday episode, we're talking about family!  Specifically, ideas for classical music that you can play for your kids, your grandkids, your nieces, your nephews, your friend's kids, your students, and the list goes on!  Don't worry, none of it is Eine...


Dec 7, 2017

This week on Sticky Notes, I'm really happy to welcome Glenn Dicterow, the former concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, to the show.  Glenn was a concertmaster for an incredible 42 years, giving him thousands of great stories, memories, insights, and thoughts about leading, conductors, violin-playing,...


Nov 30, 2017

Join conductor and host Joshua Weilerstein as we return to Shostakovich for a look at his 4th String Quartet, one of his less well-known pieces, but one that is as profound and meaningful as it gets.  We'll explore the historical background of the piece, including Shostakovich's relationship with the Soviet...