Saint Paul Sunday


Saint Paul Sunday

Saint Paul Sunday is a radio music program produced and distributed by American Public Media.

For each hour-long show, host Bill McGlaughlin invites a virtuoso soloist or chamber ensemble into the studio to discuss and perform music. Generally, the music featured on the program fits under the wide umbrella of classical music. Guests often bring compositions by renowned composers like Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms. Other composers featured, such as Hildegard of Bingen and John Rutter, run the gamut from the late medieval through the contemporary. Many of the contemporary pieces featured owe their origins to non-classical or non-European genres.

McGlaughlin's eager curiosity and enthusiasm for music lend a welcoming warmth to the program.

Notable guests

"Saint Paul Sunday" has been host to hundreds of musicians of international repute. A sampling includes:

* Gil Shaham
* Chanticleer
* Anonymous 4
* Garrick Ohlsson
* Guarneri Quartet
* eighth blackbird
* Joshua Bell
* Kronos Quartet
* Imogen Cooper
* Paul Neubauer
* Emerson String Quartet
* Dawn Upshaw

External links

* [http://www.saintpaulsunday.org/ Saint Paul Sunday Site] with streaming shows
* [http://jrabold.net/radio/2sai.shtml "Saint Paul Sunday" via streaming audio]


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