Jill Pasternak speaks with bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff about his highly celebrated release, The Jazz Album: Watch What Happens, which was awarded the ECHO award in Germany, the highest honor given in that country's music industry.
Jill Pasternak speaks with renowned soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. The two look back on her distinguished career and discuss her farewell tour. Also, bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff discusses his highly celebrated release, The Jazz Album: Watch What Happens.
Jill Pasternak talks with world-renowned saxophonist and three-time Grammy winner Branford Marsalis. They discuss his latest recording, Braggtown, as well as his involvement with the Habitat for Humanity Musicians' Village in his hometown of New Orleans.
Considered by many to be the greatest tenor of his time, Luciano Pavarotti, "King of the High C's," died at age 71 in September 2007. Jill Pasternak and Jack Moore examine the life and career of the opera superstar.
A different sort of reality show is dominating the ratings - the classical radio ratings, that is. It's a weekly show that travels from Honolulu to Tuscaloosa in which participants are routinely teased and their personalities probed.