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Live in Studio C

Tuesdays at noon and rebroadcast Thursdays at 6:06 pm on 91Classical

Live classical music performances from Nashville Public Radio's Studio C, hosted by Colleen Phelps. Listen live on 91Classical,  Tuesdays at 12:06 p.m., catch the rebroadcast Thursdays at 6:06 p.m., or scroll down and hear archived performances below:


Live in Studio C: Xiao-fan Zhang and Robert Marler

Nov 12, 2015
Nina Cardona / Nashville Public Radio

Cellist Xia-fan Zhang and pianist Robert Marler both teach at Belmont University and play with the Nashville Symphony. This episode of Live in Studio C features two selections from an upcoming performance in Belmont's faculty concert series, at 7:30pm November 16 in McAfee Concert Hall.

Bassoonery is a bassoon quartet made up of Patricia Gunter, Wilson Sharp, Andy Witherington and Harold Skelton.

Pianist Jerome Reed from Lipscomb University plays works by Victoria Bond and Einojuhani Rautavaara.

Live In Studio C: The Blair String Quartet

Oct 20, 2015

The Blair String Quartet plays works by Haydn, Dvorak and Steven Stucky

Members of Alias Chamber Ensemble flutist Philip Dikeman, hornist Leslie Norton and pianist Melissa Rose play music of American composer Rick Sowash


Chas Sisk

Flutist Kathryn Ladner, violist Chris Farrell and harpist Licia Jaskunas play a trio by Debussy and a new work by Chris Farrell.

Mack Linebaugh

Violinist, and Co-concertmaster at the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra, Jessica Blackwell is joined by pianist Amber Aebly to play music of Beethoven, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. 

Francis Perry: Renaissance Lute

Sep 23, 2015
Mack Linebaugh

Francis Perry is on the music faculty at Belmont University; he performs regularly with Music City Baroque and is the artistic director of the Nashville Early Music Festival

Duo Sudeste: Classical Guitar

Sep 15, 2015
Mack Linebaugh

Guitarists Robert Thompson and Joey Butler play Latin American music.


These two musicians from MTSU play works by Weber and Gershwin on piano and clarinet.