|Classical Pacific |
Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated from a Pacific perspective by Keali‘iloma (Louise Keali‘iloma King Lanzilotti).
|The Early Muse |
There is a wonderful richness and variety in Western music before the year 1700. Host Ian Capps explores everything from Medieval chant and troubadour songs to the rich polyphony of Renaissance sacred and secular music, and into the Baroque 'revolution' of the 17th century with its invention of the opera, oratorio, ballet and orchestral music as we know it today.
|Evening Concert |
Like a constant companion, Evening Concert will accompany you in your car on your commute, at home during dinnertime, or on evening walks while steaming on your mobile phone. Enjoy classic performances from the world’s leading musicians and ensembles and preview concerts from local arts organizations here at home.
|Howard's Day Off |
Everyone who loves music eventually comes to classical music, but there is so much to explore, so little time. Howard Dicus samples all corners classical, summoning up tracks from his personal CD library.
|Morning Café/Morning Concert |
HPR Music Director Gene Schiller's signature program begins each weekday morning with Morning Café, a refreshing blend of music, usually built around a special theme. The program also includes interesting features and often live interviews with visiting guest artists. After the 10am NPR news break, Morning Concert kicks in with longer classical works.
|Singing and Other Sins |
Why “Singing and Other Sins”? There are several reasons for the name change. When we began Great Songs in 1988, song meant something that was sung. Now, it can mean almost anything: an opera track, speaking or a movement from a symphony. Something that can be downloaded. So that’s why the word “song” wasn’t relevant any longer (when we began programming again in 2011) for a program featuring art song, which is indeed singing.
|Sunday Brunch |
Enjoy three hours of your favorite music, as requested by the listeners of Hawaiʻi Public Radio.