Watch a selection of discussions with the conductors and soloists who perform with the DSO for their insights on the music, and their lives as musicians.
Hilary Hahn shares her thoughts about the violin concerto of Antonín Dvořák and how it's different working with conductors now compared to the beginning of her career.
Music Director Jader Bignamini talks about the unique quality of the music of Ottorino Respighi and his musical depictions of Italian culture.
Conductor James Gaffigan and mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard talk about Ravel, collaboration between vocalists and conductors, and their preparation.
The German conductor Ruth Reinhardst shares her background, rehearsal technique, and how she perceives Handel's "Messiah."
Prior to the October 18, 2019 webcast, conductor Jader Bignamini talked about Italian conductors' relationship with Mahler.
Finnish conductor Dalia Stasevska talks about leading the music of Jean Sibelius, from her homeland, with orchestras around the world.
Passionate about the Austro-German repertoire, the conductor explains why she's attracted to Brahms and Webern, as well as why she's starting to conduct more US orchestras.
The Venezuelan conductor shares his thoughts on the Fifth Symphony of Gustav Mahler, and what he means today.
The conductor and composer discuss the "Play," Andrew Norman's vivid and prize-winning work.
From November 2017.
The conductor shares his perspective on these composers, as well as how he began conducting after studies in trumpet. From November 2017.
Richard Wagner invented a unique instrument played by the members of the horn section. DSO Horn Scott Strong explains. From January 2018.
Conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste led Sibelius's "Pohjola's Daughter" and Beethoven's Seventh Symphony with the DSO, and here are his thoughts. From March 2018.
Gabel discusses his concert of Franck, Debussy, Dutilleux, and Ravel. From April 2018.