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Music With A Spin: New Releases On Old Classics

I love that statement ... struggles. The composer’s most well-known obstacle was his deafness. Fully deaf at the time of the premier performance, it was Beethoven’s first time back on stage conducting ... read more

PBS Announces Fall 2018 Primetime Schedule

NATIVE AMERICA reaches back 15,000 years to reveal cities aligned to the stars, unique systems of science and spirituality, 100 million people connected by social networks spanning two continents, and ... read more

School of Arts and Humanities News

Sep 27, 2018 The School of Arts and Humanities at UT Dallas has three new tenure-track faculty members who will teach and conduct research in their respective fields — Middle Eastern history, literatu... read more

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On-Air Highlights

Hosted by Broadway and country music star Laura Bell Bundy, and taped at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tennessee, nearly 700 student musicians join the Belmont School of Music faculty ... read more


Seymour fined $7,500 for pulling Clady’s hair

Oakland Raiders’ defensive end Richard Seymour was fined $7,500 by the NFL for the unnecessary roughness penalty he received for pulling on the cornrows belonging to Broncos’ left tackled Ryan Clady. ... read more

Sound Advice: Women Of Classical Music

Morning classical host Kevin Doherty takes through his recommended music for this week's Sound Advice. Below is commentary ... Tailleferre was a prolific composer as one would expect after 75 years of ... read more

Garrison Keillor and the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

One man who not only possesses this talent but has perfected it will be taking the stage at the Fitzgerald Theater tonight, Wednesday night, and Thursday night, along with the Saint Paul Chamber Orche... read more

VUToday 2016

The Tennessean: Literary Award Gala celebrates civil rights icon John Lewis Inside Higher Ed: Opinion: Building a diverse STEM workforce ABC News: Defense secretary contender James Mattis faces legal ... read more

Stories for April 2015

Virginia Lee Fowler Hyer is the oldest of seven girls who used to live in the “top of the hill” home now referred to as the Silas Burke House. She attended Burke School from 1944 through 1949 and on A... read more

Arts and Events

Shepard Fairey's wife was telling the truth: the street artist doesn't put up his own pieces anymore! He was spotted outside of the Little Cupcake Shop on Prince Street today overseeing his latest wor... read more

On-Air Highlights

ISLAMIC ART: MIRROR OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD transports viewers to nine countries and across 1,400 years of cultural history to explore the astonishing ... of Unity Productions Foundation created this 9... read more



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