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Cellist: Ofra Harnoy
December, 2019
Genevieve Randall talks to Ofra Harnoy about her latest recording.


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Film Director: Stanley Nelson
October, 2019
NET Radio's Tom Ineck talks to Stanley Nelson, the director of the documentary "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool."


Greg Simon
October, 2019
Genevieve Randall has an extended conversation with UNL Assistant Professor of Composition Greg Simon.

 

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NET Music Features

Join us for some music specials in May for families & kids, for Memorial Day, for Mental Health Awareness month and to celebrate the arts in Nebraska.Friday, May 22 at 9am CTHear an extra music and poetry-filled edition of... more››
Connecting and engaging with music and musicians we love across Nebraska, Conductor House Call airs each Monday at 9:30am CT, featuring conductors of note in our state.The COVID-19 pandemic has kept people from gathering together... more››
Classics By Request is a weekly show NET Radio airs on Fridays from 1pm to 3pm CT. Calls are taken at 1pm the Thursday before at 1-888-NET-RDIO (1-888-638-7346) or you can e-mail your requests to : request@netnebraska.org
Jonathan Sokasits
In this list we're getting to know pianist Jonathan Sokasits.
PBS Kids offers this fun, classical music coloring sheet.
Music Interview
Full Archive
Listen to performers, composers and conductors talk more about music in our archive, featuring local artists and artists from around the world.
The PlainStory
The Sound of Home
This season we're exploring the concepts of music and home. We'll listen to how musicians use their art to create a new sense of home, or remember the homes of their past.
Sunday, May 24th on Nebraska Concerts at 1 p.m. Central...Upon its premiere in 1892, "The Nutcracker Ballet" received little to no acclaim due to its poorly executed choreography. The ballet was not the Christmas staple it is... more››
Find out what you'll hear each week on The Verge: music that hates to be classified, music that crosses boundaries, and new music by 20th and 21st Century composers.Sunday evening May 24 from 7:00 to 9:00 CT, on The Verge:We'll... more››
Ride the Jazz Currents. These currents flow back to the early sources of modern jazz and forward to the sounds that will shape the music of tomorrow. They are electric currents and acoustic. They flow in the mainstream and they... more››
with Lora Black
Listeners choose the classical music to be played on Friday afternoons, 1:00-4:00 CT. Lora Black and our volunteer take requests on Thursday afternoons via phone: 888-638-7346Or email anytime: request@netNebraska.org NOTE: Due to... more››
On the May 22nd Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randall checked in with the following people to see how they, their musical groups, their venues, or their arts organizations are doing during the pandemic:Matt Sehnert, Kyren Conley,... more››
On April 16, 2019, the noncomMUSIC Alliance and its partner stations will host the inaugural Public Radio Music Day.Public Radio Music Day is a nationwide celebration uniting public radio music stations, fans, artists, and other... more››