Rachel Barton Pine

WRTI Picks from NPR Music
5:08 am
Sun January 26, 2014

94 Years After Her Death, Maud Powell Finally Wins A Grammy

Originally published on Sun January 26, 2014 9:20 am

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ENCORE!
8:20 am
Sun January 5, 2014

American Chamber Music on WRTI: Center Stage From Wolf Trap, Jan. 5 at 4 PM

Pianist Joyce Yang

Join us to hear a chamber music concert recorded live at the Wolf Trap Performing Arts Center.  We'll hear a new work by American-born and Curtis-trained composer Mohammed Fairouz. Violinist Rachel Barton Pine will play his Sonata for Solo Violin. 

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ENCORE!
11:26 am
Fri August 23, 2013

On ENCORE: Keeping Score Finale & Chamber Music from Wolf Trap

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine performs R. Strauss' Violin Sonata in E Flat.

Join us Sunday from 4 to 6 pm for the final installment in the acclaimed music series, Keeping Score: 13 Days When Music Changed Forever,  and chamber music from Wolf Trap.

November 4, 1964:  The premiere of Terry Riley's "In C" at the San Francisco Tape Music Center. This piece, and the minimalist outpouring that it sparked, were a reaction to the rigid strictures of serialism and the stranglehold of the academic composers of the time. Hosted by Suzanne Vega and conductor Michael Tilson Thomas. Sunday, August 25, 4 to 5 pm.

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Crossover
9:53 am
Sat July 27, 2013

Rachel Barton Pine: Violin Lullabies That Won't Put You To Sleep

The big news this week was the birth of Prince George Alexander Louis, the new Duke of Cambridge. Plenty of sleepless nights certainly await the Royal parents; so this new collection of lullabies may be just what the royal doctor ordered.

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WRTI Picks from NPR Music
6:40 pm
Wed May 1, 2013

Coaxing The Baby To Sleep: A Violinist's Hand-Picked Lullabies

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine says she had her infant daughter in mind when she decided to record an album of lullabies.
Andrew Eccles Courtesy of the artist

Originally published on Wed May 1, 2013 7:48 pm

In German, it's wiegenlied; in French, berceuse; in Norwegian, vuggevise. In any language, the universal effect of what we know as the lullaby is, of course, to coax a baby to sleep.

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine had her own baby in mind when she decided to record a collection of lullabies. Her infant daughter appears on the cover of the new album Violin Lullabies — all folded up, fast asleep, so tiny she just about fits in her dad's hands.

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Crossover
9:52 am
Fri May 7, 2010

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Join Jill Pasternak when she interviews violinist Rachel Barton Pine. She's a member of the Baroque ensemble Trio Settecento.

Crossover
3:56 pm
Mon June 15, 2009

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Violinist Rachel Barton Pine

Join Jill Pasternak when she interviews the multi-dimensional violinist Rachel Barton Pine. A child prodigy from Chicago, who went on to appear as soloist with some of the world's most famous orchestras, Rachel overcame a devastating accident in 1995 to continue a career that crosses from the classical music world and into Celtic, folk music, rock, and jazz. Hear her inspiring story on Crossover this Saturday.

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