This week’s show features the premiere of the National Youth Orchestra of China during their summer residence at East Stroudsburg University.
This week's Choral Showcase features a Christmas favorite from the Czech Republic: the Czech Christmas Mass, "Hail, Master," by Jakub Jan Ryba.
Wolf Trap Opera's 2018 production of Idomeneo is available for free online viewing on ClassicalWETA.org. The opera, written when Mozart was just 24 years old, is considered his first great opera.
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Trey Graham is a weekend afternoon host on Classical WETA. A longtime arts journalist in the nation’s capital, he’s a veteran most recently of NPR, where he spent seven years covering movies, theater, galleries, books and more.
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