Bach and Beyond Radio Shows

The following are episodes of my show Bach and Beyond on CJCL Kootenay Co-op Radio

Natasha Hall, violin — April 23, 2024

Love is an Art of Time, Guitar Concerto and Chopped Up Tale — March 12, 2024

Music to Die For, Part 5 — March 5, 2024

Anne Lindsay Interview and Music— February 13, 2024

Dave Carroll — December 5, 2023

Music to Die For, Part 4 — September 26, 2023

Mahler 4 by François-Xavier Roth and Les Siècles – Aug 30, 2022

Lynne Gangbar: Elegy and more – May 31, 2022

Emma Rush Interview – April 12, 2022

Ravel Bolero Analysis & Left Hand Concerto – April 5, 2022

Love Songs – by Jamieson & Some Classics – February 15, 2022

Donuts of Mass Destruction and More by Doug Jamieson – January 25, 2022

Music of Sid Robinovitch – January 11, 2022

Orgasms in Classical Music – November 23, 2021

The Music of Patrick Godfrey – November 16, 2021

Road by the Winter Consort – February 09, 2021

Daniel Taylor and Ave Maria – January 26, 2021

In Memory of Marty Horswill – November 17, 2020

Andrew Wan, Beethoven and Dinosaurs – November 3, 2020

Fawn Fritzen Interview – October 06, 2020

Stravinsky L’Histoire du Soldat – August 11, 2020

Mozart and Bruch Violin Concertos – July 28, 2020

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto – July 14, 2020

Prokofiev Violin Concerto – June 30, 2020

For the New World – June 16, 2020

Quartet For the End of Time – June 2, 2020

Doug Jamieson – DMD and Choral Music – May 19, 2020

Toronto Symphony At Home and More – May 5, 2020

Paganini Variations – April 21, 2020

Stay-At-Home Performances — April 7, 2020

Two Late Works by Ravel — March 24, 2020

Andre Laplante plays Ravel — March 10, 2020

Music to Die For, Part 3 — February 25, 2020

Music to Die For, Part 2 — February 11, 2020

Music to Die For, Part 1 — January 28, 2020

Mike Rud — January 14, 2020

David Restivo — November 19, 2019

Joe Trio — November 05, 2019

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