Students Compose, Too! 16 Works From Composers’ School Days [Playlist]

Just because the school year is right around the corner doesn’t mean that you have to stop playing (or writing) music. As proof, here are 16 pieces from composers written when they were still students!

10 of the Most Creative, Unconventional Recordings of Schubert’s “Ave Maria” on the Internet

We can’t guarantee that you’ll love (or even like) each and every rendition, but we promise that you will be amazed by the beauty and the broad appeal of Schubert’s “Ave Maria.”

PLAYLIST | WFMT Selects Classical Music to Help You Brave the Winter

Winter can be grueling, but music can warm and soothe. Here’s the music that helps WFMT get through the season.

A Toast To the City of Classical Music: Living a Musical Life in Vienna

There may be one city in the world that can be considered the capital of New Year’s celebrations and music, and that is Vienna, Austria. With their time-honored concerts, fireworks, and deep cultural traditions, the Viennese have turned these celebrations into an unsurpassed art form. We asked several classical artists to share why they love living in this venerable European city.

VIDEO | Anderson & Roe Piano Duo play four-handed arrangements of Brahms and Schubert

Watch acclaimed pianists Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Roe perform live in the WFMT studios.