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On this eleven day classical pursuit you’ll walk in Chopin’s footsteps and relive his extraordinary life. May 12th - 23rd, 2018

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Adam Frenier,  NEPR Berkshire County Reporter, talks about his coverage of the Connecticut Expansion Pipeline. 

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The Vault Sessions made its debut on Thursday with an acoustic set by Matthew Szlachetka, a Nashville-based musician with roots in western Massachusetts. Szlachetka's Americana aesthetic was recently highlighted in Rolling Stone where he was featured as one of the magazine's "ten new country artists to know in 2017."

He plays The Parlor Room in Northampton, Massachusetts on Saturday, April 29.

In The Footsteps of the Great German Composers With Sunday Baroque Host Suzanne Bona Berlin * Leipzig * Dresden October 2 - 13, 2017

NEPR offered a Classical Music & Garden Cruise to Holland & Belgium in partnership with Earthbound Tours for May 2017. Trip highlights:A voyage by small ship with classical host Peter van de Graaff, New England Public Radio host Walter Carroll, and legendary plantsman Dan Hinkley. 

Stories about being in love and hit by it hard -- from the Valley Voices Story Slam.   

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