Get your jazz hands ready for show stopping show tunes! From classic Hollywood to smash Broadway hits, you'll hear the best songs from beloved stage and screen musicals.
Hear selections from: The Phantom of the Opera, Hamilton, Grease, The Wizard of Oz, Into the Woods and more.
C'est Formidable features the newest hits from Quebec, songs from Franco-Canadian communities across the country, classics from the past and new music from Francophone countries all over the world.
Hear Coeur De Pirate, Fanny Bloom, Ariane Moffatt, Klo Pelgag, Louis-Jean Cormier and more!
Whether it's a fairy, elf, or witch, CBC Music offers up enchanting 'Flights of Fancy' - Classical music inspired by fairy tales, myths and legends.
Debussy, Dvorak, Saint-Saens, Ravel, and Tchaikovsky know how to spin a musical fairy tale that makes you think twice about the midnight hour.
Music for the Young and the Young at Heart.
Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes. Music inspired by Mother Goose, teddy bears, dolls and toy instruments. There is a magician and E.T too. From the small to the grand - we have it all here.
Festive Marches to soaring Choral Classics, Baroque to Modern, lush English strings and brilliant brass for the soundtrack of your day.
Hear Handel, Tavener, Britten, Elgar and more.
Western Classical Music is firmly rooted and inspired by German composers.
Classical Germany salutes the 3 Big Bs--Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms and does more than a tip of the hat to the little bs too...Bingen, Berg, Biebl, Bruch and Bruckner.
From the court of King Louis XIV, and the stage of the Paris Opera Ballet to the musical salon of Nadia Boulanger: a musical trip through time.
Hear Rameau, Berlioz, Debussy, Ravel and more.
Classical Italy sparkles with music of Vivaldi, Verdi, Respighi, Rossini...beautiful melodies, high drama, and of course wine and love.
Russia the land of cold winters, vodka, tour-de-force piano music, rich bass voices and ballet music.
Hear Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and more.
The Toronto band's new album operates in a pop realm of its own.