Naxos Classical Spotlight

Naxos of America

Naxos Classical Spotlight explores the world of classical music. Along the way host Raymond Bisha shares the stories about the music, and the musicians who make it.
A forgotten treasure. Marin Alsop discusses Hindemith.Paired to perfection. Tianwa Yang plays Prokofiev’s violin concertos.Malcolm Arnold:  Complete Symphonies and Symphonic DancesMapping a musical monument. Giltburg’s Beethoven 32.Versatilité sans frontières. Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint–Georges (1745–1799).String Quartets from Jurgis KarnaviciusJazz idioms, classical structures. Symphonic works by Nikolai Kapustin (1937–2020).Music of Brazil. The Villa-Lobos violin sonatas.Camille Saint-Saëns. A symphonic collection.The Power of TowerAnne-Louise Brillon de Jouy (1744-1824). Piano sonata premieres.Dancing elegance, melodic flow. Overtures by Daniel-François-Esprit Auber.Introducing guitarist Mabel Millán. From lyrical beauty to dramatic virtuosity.Music networking on the Inca Trails.Archivo de Guatemala. Where indigenous styles meet courtly life.Colour-contrast-surprise. The symphonies of John Abraham Fisher (1744-1806)Colour-contrast-surprise. The symphonies of John Abraham Fisher (1744-1806)Piano music by Aram Il’yich Khachaturian (1903-1978), ‘mouthpiece of the entire Soviet Orient’.Villa-Lobos and the art of choral transcription.Orchestral works by Žibouklé Martinaityté – a textural magician.