Columbia Baseball returns to our online streams this weekend! Tune in as the two-time defending Ivy League champions begin league play in 2015. The Lions face Dartmouth in an ILCS rematch on Saturday and Harvard on Sunday. Coverage of both doubleheaders will begin a few minutes before noon.
Tune in Saturday for WKCR's guest, Robert Parks, who will present a selection of recordings related to the 150th anniversary of the premiere of Wagner's Tristan und Isolde -- comparing landmark performances, including the Liebestod in Italian and French; looking at possible influences on Wagner, some passages in Liszt piano music and songs and the very long-phrased finale to Bellini’s Norma, which Wagner conducted when he was a...
Tuesday, April 7th, marks the 100th birthday anniversary of the one and only Billie Holiday. We'll be celebrating this milestone with a weeklong centennial broadcast in Lady Day’s honor, featuring her entire 1933-1959 discography, as well as on-air interviews with musicians and scholars. WKCR has a precedent of commemorating Holiday and her incredibly important contributions to vocal jazz, jazz as a whole, and Black music in our annual...
Tune in this Wednesday at 11pm on Som do Brasil to listen to a live set and interview with Estrela Leminski and Téo Ruiz, who will be performing songs from their new album "São Sons."
Tune in this Wednesday at 11pm on Som do Brasil to listen to a live set and interview with Joanna Nova York, winner of the 2015 Brazilian Press Awards.
Tune in Wednesday evening from 6-9 PM to hear this week's edition of the Musician's Show, where we will be joined by guitarist, composer, educator, and theorist Miles Okazaki. Okazaki grew up in Port Townsend, Washington, and at a young age, developed an interest in music and, in particular, playing guitar. He was first exposed to recordings of Charlie Christian at age 12, and was inspired to learn to improvise. Early expressive tendencies and fascination with music led Okazaki to