Rick Kogan Interviews Carlos Kalmar on WGN Radio 720AM The Sunday Papers, June 17, 2012.
Lisa Flynn, from 98.7 WFMT, interviews Carlos Kalmar and Christopher Bell about the 2012 Season.
WFMT's Lisa Flynn interviews the Grant Park Music Festival's new Executive Director
Chicago-based composer Elbio Rodriguez Barilari interviews Carlos Kalmar about the Latin Works for Orchestra concert.
Carlos Kalmar and Leigh Levine discuss Kalmar's new role as Artistic Director.
Listen as Andrew Patner talks about the 2010 Grant Park Music Festival, giving highlights for the month of June.
Andrew Patner discusses Grant Park Music Festival's upcoming 2010 season with Elizabeth Hurley, Executive Director, and Christopher Bell, Chorus Director.
Patner speaks to Hurley about the Grant Park Music Festival and her role as the Executive Director.
Rick Kogan is joined by co-author of Sounds of Chicago's Lakefront, Tony Macaluso.
Patner is joined by Tony Macaluso, co-author of the new book Sounds of Chicago's Lakefront, which chronicles 75 years of the Festival's history.
Bill McGlaughlin narrates and shares examples of Morton Lauridsen’s Nocturnes for Chorus and Piano with the Grant Park Chorus.
Exploring Aaron Copland’s 4 Motets from 1921, specifically Have Mercy on Us, which was performed by the Grant Park Orchestra on June 30, and July 2, 2009.
Bill McGlaughlin describes Paul Crabtree's Choral piece Five Romantic Miniatures from The Simpsons. The Grant Park Chorus sang this piece June 30, and July 2, 2009.
Jack Zimmerman talks about visiting the Grant Park Music Festival as a child.
Bill McGlaughlin teams up with the Grant Park Music Festival to feature orchestral and chorus performances for national radio syndication.
Eight Forty-Eight’s Richard Steele interviews Tony Macaluso, co-author of the book Sounds of Chicago’s Lakefront