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Virginia Eskin on Black Composers
Virginia Eskin discussing the music of Samuel Coleridge Taylor, Florence Price, Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington, Wynton Marsalis, et al.


Monadnock Summer Lyceum | August 15, 2021
Elise Hooper - Writing About Overlooked Women, Virginia Eskin on Piano


Virginia Eskin discussing depictions of water in music.


Monadnock Summer Lyceum | August 23, 2020
Virginia Eskin plays the music of Amy Beach.


Virginia Eskin on Horowitz's piano, Van Cliburn's piano, etc.
Pianist Virginia Eskin discusses her experiences playing pianos that were exclusively used by Vladimir Horowitz and Van Cliburn. This interview with Susan Stamberg is from 2001. Pictured above is the piano that was exclusively used by Vladimir Horowitz.


Virginia Eskin on tabloidism in classical music, from 1997


Virginia Eskin with 'A Note to You': The Saxophone
From a series of radio programs titled "A Note to You", originally broadcast on or around July 18, 1999 on WGBH-FM, Boston, and hosted by Virginia Eskin. This program is dedicated to the saxophone. Virginia Eskin's guest is William Street, a virtuoso saxophonist and professor of music.


Virginia Eskin with 'A Note to You': The Flute
From a series of radio programs titled "A Note to You," originally broadcast on WGBH-FM, Boston, and hosted by Virginia Eskin. This program is dedicated to the flute. Virginia Eskin’s guest is Doriot Anthony Dwyer (1922-2020), longtime flutist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.