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Tom Ineck and Tom Larson

Pianist: Tom Larson
February, 2021
"Jazz Currents" host Tom Ineck talks to Tom Larson about his concert with Paul Haar.

Guitarist: Dave Stryker
August, 2020
"Jazz Currents" host Tom Ineck talks to Omaha native and jazz guitarist Dave Stryker about how he's doing and what he's been up to during the pandemic.

Composer: Ola Gjeilo
June, 2020
Genevieve Randall talks with composer Ola Gjeilo about his new album of piano music called "Night."


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NET Music Features

Connecting and engaging with music and musicians we love across Nebraska, Conductor House Call airs each Monday at a NEW TIME 11:00am CT, featuring conductors of note in our state.The COVID-19 pandemic has kept people from... 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 :
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Composer Ludwig van Beethoven was born December 1770, which means people have been planning to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth in 2020, all across the globe.
Jonathan Sokasits
In this list we're getting to know pianist Jonathan Sokasits.
PBS Kids offers this fun, classical music coloring sheet.
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No Nebraska Concerts until further notice...Due to a lack of live concerts, Nebraska Concerts is on hiatus, but will return soon. Nebraska Concerts at 9 p.m. Central on Saturday nights1/16 – Nebraska Jazz Orchestra, “If You Can... more››
NEW TIME on our News/Classical FM & HD1 channel, simulcast on our News/Jazz HD2 channel! Now The Verge starts at 6pm CT. Find out what you'll hear each week on The Verge: music that hates to be classified, music that crosses... 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 takes your requests anytime by email: request@netNebraska.orgNeed ideas for a request? Check out some of our lists below.
On the April 16th Friday LIVE, host Genevieve Randal and guests had lively conversations about:Ronn McFarlane and Carolyn Surrick's performanceGrace Bauer’s new book"Black Voices in a Time of Change" hosted by Kwame DawesNebraska... more››