Reviews For New Classical Tracks with Julie Amacher

I’m so glad this podcast is here. I’m playing catch-up on past episodes and am enjoying it thoroughly. I am of two minds of the short form, sometimes it’s exactly what I want and (after listening) I usually really, REALLY want to listen to more of a ‘deep dive’.
Delightful podcast. Great depth and insight, a pleasure to listen to.
Sarah Willis, the Dolly Parton of the horn world: incredible musician, generous social conscience, and so fun! Perfect to play Sarah on Dolly’s birthday! Thanks always for your enlightening interviews.
Thoroughly enjoying the varied content in this podcast. Interesting stories, new forms of music. It provides such a human connection to the composers and musicians.
This podcast offers a beautiful view into the minds of classical musicians and composers and offers a great escape from the every day! The editing is a fantastic blend of the interview and the recording being discussed. Many other music podcasts go too far one way or the other, but I love the balance between the music and the conversation. Definitely give it a listen!
What an amazing and knowledgeable host, really love the music she showcases, have found some incredible gems because of the podcast!
Entertaining, well produced; covers a wide range of music. I've really enjoyed listening to this over the past several years. The podcasts are short enough for a quick listen as my morning wake-up music on my alarm clock. Nice way to supplement written reviews of new CD's because of the ability to listen to the tracks themselves. This has helped me to buy a few CD's that I would not otherwise have ventured to purchase. Thank you!
If you like classical music (even a little bit) you will enjoy this podcast highlighting new classical music releases. Julie covers a variety of classical genres from new releases of old standards to some stuff that is "on the edge" of new classical.
I enjoy Julie Amacher's reviews of new classical releases. She provides background for the music or performer, and an explanation of why this particular release is interesting or exciting. She also plays samples of the music. I have purchased several of the albums she has reviewed. I only wish iTunes would carry all of the new classical music she reviews. The latest release by Ensemble Caprice with the Vivaldi Gloria!, for example, is missing from the iTunes store.
Julie Amacher and her cohorts achieve something amazing in this podcast: a reunion of the general populace and the fine arts, and a gentle setting aside of the past hundred years of American segregation of classical music. It is a superlative example of people who love classical music for what it is -- and not as a vitamin, a tonic, or self-help. Lightly held, lovingly described, wonderfully conversational in tone. Cheers!
great music very well presented with interesting explanations and historical setting information, also artists' commentary/responses. so many appealing temptations to hear and hope to add to my library--when I can't tweak the budget any more, I'll hit the public library with new requests ...