BBC Radio 3
Building a Library (on Record Review)
Professor Frolova-Walker discusses the making of this podcast here
Composer of the Week
Breaking Free: A Century of Russian Culture: Soviet Russia (1917-1953)
In the first of two-podcasts, Donald Macleod and Marina Frolova-Walker explore the lives and works of Soviet musicians working in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution.
Donald Macleod and Marina Frolova-Walker look at the lives and masterpieces of Soviet musicians working in the second half of the twentieth century.
Other podcasts and radio broadcasts
Martin Sixsmith in conversation with Marina Frolova-Walker about Soviet Music and the state, including discussion of works by Mosolov, Prokofiev, and Glière.
Professor Marina Frolova-Walker and pianist Peter Donohoe, talk about the changes in music before, during and after the Russian Revolution.
Marina Frolova Walker and Glyndbourne dramaturg Cori Ellison, discuss Tchaikovsky’s tale of love and loss, Eugene Onegin (1879)