As the world of Podcasts continues to grow and evolve, so does public radio's responsibility to engage in it, and in its audiences. Trilloquy is our response to this - 'true and real' conversations from the fringes of classical music. This includes c...Show More


54:15 | Apr 2nd

Orchestras are starting to program more works by women and composers of color, but today those performances are nearly outnumbered by the programming of works by a single composer: Beethoven. That's j...Show More

58:18 | Mar 26th

According to musician and arts administrator Janis Lane-Ewart, the best way to keep the spirit of Women’s History Month alive year-round is by sparking a sense of curiosity about ALL the women in your...Show More
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58:49 | Mar 19th

The COVID-19 pandemic has already had a huge impact on the financial wellness of musicians. In this opus, Garrett and Scott share ways that you can support artists during the crisis. This opus also fe...Show More

56:31 | Mar 12th

Being one of the few black woman conductors in the world isn’t the only thing that sets Kalena Bovell apart. In this opus, she chats with Garrett and Scott about her journey to the podium and her deep...Show More

1:24:07 | Mar 5th

In February 2019, Garrett recorded his very first Trilloquy conversation with Katie Brown and Dalanie Harris, hosts of the “Classically Black” podcast. The two return in this opus to chat with Garrett...Show More
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