|A Renaissance Christmas|
Chicago’s celebrated Music of the Baroque Chorus and Brass presents the soaring sounds of the holiday season.
|A Tribute to The King of Rock & Roll|
This program features songs made famous by "The King", performed by Elvis's guitarist and friend, Scotty Moore, along with a roster of music legends.
|Albert Alcalay: Self Portraits|
The documentary examines the nature of Alcalay's creative process, an artistic language shaped by the Holocaust and the American landscape.
|Alison Krauss: A Hundred Miles or More|
The one-hour music special features Krauss in performances with members of her acclaimed band, Union Station, and special guest musicians.
|American Creole: New Orleans Reunion|
This program tours the front lines of a devastated city's cultural rebirth.
|American Horizons: The Photographs of Art Sinsabaugh |
This program profiles Art Sinsabaugh who made his artistic breakthrough in the early 1960s with panoramic landscapes of the Midwest.
|American Roots Special: A Portrait of Marc and Ann Savoy|
The program visits the Savoy's picturesque farm outside of Eunice, Louisiana, and captures performances of traditional Cajun music.
|American Soundtrack: Doo Wop's Greatest Hits|
This new “best-of” compilation presents more doo wop favorites including The Shirelles, The Dixie Cups, and The Solitaires.
|Art in the Twenty-First Century|
This series reveals the inspiration, vision and techniques behind the creative works of some of today's most accomplished contemporary artists.
|Augusta's Master Plan|
How did it come to pass that one of the world's best known sporting events, The Masters, came to reside in Augusta, Georgia?
|Austin City Limits|
With musical styles ranging from pop and rock to country and blues, Austin City Limits showcases the best original American music and beyond.
|Awake My Soul: The Story of the Sacred Harp|
This documentary is about Sacred Harp singing, a haunting form of a cappella, shape note hymn singing with deep roots in the American south.
|Barry Manilow: Songs From The Seventies|
This television event features Manilow in concert, performing songs from the 70s and sharing his personal experiences with the audience.
|Beale Street Caravan|
Beale Street Caravan covers the world with the heartfelt sounds and colorful stories of the Blues and its music makers.
|Best of Animusic|
Using custom-developed software, Wayne Lytle invents self-playing graphical instruments, synchronized to an original, digitally created soundtrack.
|Bill Cosby: The Mark Twain Prize|
Entertainer Bill Cosby, winner of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, is honored and roasted by his peers at a ceremony at the Kennedy Center.
|Black Writers in America|
Prominent African-American poets, novelists, playwrights and essayists reflect on their storied careers in Black Writers in America.
|Bob Dylan: Live In Newport 1963-1965|
This program includes Bob Dylan performances filmed by Academy Award-winning director Murray Lerner at the Newport Folk Festival, 1963-1965.
|Celtic Woman: Songs from the Heart|
he special was recorded in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland at the historic Powerscout House and Gardens.
|Celtic Woman: The Greatest Journey|
This Celtic Woman’s television special is a collection of beloved and memorable highlights from their acclaimed PBS specials.
|Celtic Woman: The Greatest Journey - Holiday Special|
This essential collection of beloved and memorable songs features vocalists Lisa, Chloë, Órla, Méav, Lynn, Alex and Hayley and fiddler Máiréad.
|Chet Atkins – A Life in Music|
Chet Atkin’s story is chronicled through interviews, archival footage and performances.
|Chicano Rock! The Sound of East Los Angeles |
This documentary tells the story of generations of young Mexican-Americans who proudly expressed their identity through music.
|Chris Botti in Boston|
Trumpeter Chris Botti, a gifted instrumentalist and a charismatic jazz performer, has simultaneously captured the attention of the pop music world.
|Christmas Celtic Sojourn Live |
This Christmas celebration features singers Chloe Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Meav Ni Mhaolchatha, Orla Fallon and fiddler Mairead Nesbitt.
|Christmas at St. Olaf: Where Peace And Love And Hope Abide |
This Christmas special features the renowned choirs and orchestra of St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota.
|Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Featuring Sissel|
European singing sensation Sissel joins the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square for an annual holiday concert.
|Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Featuring The King's Singers|
The King’s Singers join the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square in a magnificent Christmas celebration.
A nationally syndicated classical music service dedicated to live classical music programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
|Cleveland Orchestra in Performance: Bruckner Symphony No. 5|
The Cleveland Orchestra appeared in the baroque cathedral of St. Florian, Austria, where the orchestra performed Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 5.
|Country Bluegrass Homecoming|
Country, bluegrass and classic gospel legends gather together in this musical celebration.
|Do You Speak American?|
Robert MacNeil travels cross-country to examine the dynamic state of American English.
The story of how Elvis Presley went from being just a naive rock singer to world-famous and world-weary superstar in just the space of one year.
|Elvis Lives: The 25th Anniversary Concert|
In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, a concert was staged at the Pyramid Arena in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
|Encore! With James Conlon|
This program reveals the different sources of inspiration for pianists by contrasting concepts such as tradition or innovation and beauty or truth.
|Eric Clapton - Sessions for Robert J|
Intimate and raw, Eric Clapton - Sessions for Robert J is Eric Clapton's tribute to blues legend Robert Johnson.
|Ernest Hemingway: Life in Michigan|
This program takes a closer look at a young boy from Oak Park, Illinois, who spent his summers with his family at their cottage in Northern Michigan.
|Estonian National Symphony Orchestra|
GPB and RiverCenter for the Performing Arts present the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra in its inaugural United States Tour.
|Eugenia Price’s South|
Eugenia Price’s South acquaints the viewers with the late author herself, one of Georgia’s most famous and talented adopted daughters.
|Everly Brothers Reunion Concert|
This program shows the emotional and tuneful reunion of the Everly Brothers.
|Faith Hill, Joy To the World: A Soundstage Special Event|
Faith Hill, backed by an orchestra led by esteemed conductor David Campbell, sings favorites from her upcoming holiday album, Joy to the World.
|From the Top at Carnegie Hall|
America’s most extraordinary young musicians, aged eight to 18, are showcased on PBS in FROM THE TOP AT CARNEGIE HALL.
This season of Georgia Traveler is the most exciting yet! From mountains to the coast, we capture the luxuries, wonders and hidden destinations of Georgia.
|Get Down Tonight: The Disco Explosion|
MY MUSIC brings back the disco years with live performances from the legends of the lighted dance floor.
|Glenn Miller Spectacular|
Featuring the music of the Glenn Miller Orchestra, under the direction of the legendary Larry O'Brien.
|Good Evening Ev'rybody: In Celebration of Louis Armstrong|
This program presents a never-before-released concert performance of Louis Armstrong — and other musical greats.
Showcases a single museum and its treasures and tales, along with the museum's archivists, scientists, artists and volunteers.
Great Performances returns to Carnegie Hall’s famed stage for a celebration with the Berliner Philharmoniker.
|Great Romances of the 20th Century|
The series examines many passionate love affairs, including those of Jackie Kennedy and JFK and others.
|Handel's Messiah Rocks|
This contemporary adaptation of Handel’s Messiah blends classical music with classic rock.
Stunning footage of Scotland is interspersed with the songs, which span genres and generations.
|How Art Made the World|
HOW ART MADE THE WORLD is a lively and provocative investigation into the far-reaching influence of art on society.
An introduction to a young musician's world of discipline, hard work, and dedication.
|Johnny Cash: A Man and His Vision|
Part one of the program features rock musicians. Part two focuses on country acts.
|Johnny Mathis – Wonderful, Wonderful! A Gold 50TH Anniversary Celebration|
A hit-filled concert recorded in Atlantic City.
This series features three composers, Beethoven, Stravinsky and Copland, who revolutionized music.
|Latin Music USA|
Latin Music USA tells the story of the rise of new American music forged from powerful Latin roots.
|Legends of Jazz with Ramsey Lewis|
LEGENDS OF JAZZ WITH RAMSEY LEWIS marks the return of jazz to network television for the first time in 40 years.
|Leonard Cohen Live in London|
Features definitive renditions of classic songs drawn from Cohen’s 40-year repertoire.
|Live By Request|
For more than four decades, John Fogerty has been an American treasure: one of the most revered and influential artists to emerge in the 60s...
|Live From Lincoln Center|
LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER makes the world's greatest artists accessible to home viewers in virtually every corner of the United States.
|Love Me Tender: The Love Songs of Elvis|
|Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia |
This dynamic special captures the live power of one of the most popular styles of music, featuring some of the recognizable songs.
|Magic Moments: The Best of 50s Pop|
Phyllis McGuire, Pat Boone and Nick Clooney host this nostalgic trip back to the 1950s.
|Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel|
GPB explores the life and work of the captivating and complex Margaret Mitchell, the woman behind the incredible story Gone with the Wind.
|Marty Robbins - Seems Like Yesterday|
Takes public television audiences back to a time of familiar music and nostalgic memories.
The Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD returns this fall, with eleven live, high-definition transmissions schedules.
|Michelangelo at the High|
The special takes you on an exclusive tour of rare drawings, personal sketches and studies.
|Monet at the High|
Atlanta's High Museum celebrates the acquisition of a painting by French Impressionist, Claude Monet.
|Monterey Pop: The Summer of Love|
Director D.A. Pennebaker captured the decade's spirit during the three-day festival.
My Music presents more great Motown memories with a collection of tunes from Hitsville USA.
|Munch at the High|
Susan Hoffman takes you on an insider's tour of an exclusive exhibition of the work of Scandinavian artist Edvard Munch.
|Music Idols & Icons|
Music Idols & Icons is an exciting series of music biographies for public television.
|My Music: Doo Wop Love Songs|
America’s favorite malt shop memories are back with this doo wop collection for lovers only.
|My Music: Love Songs of the 50s and 60s |
The cross-over pop and R&B special includes never-before-seen performances.
|My Music: My Generation – The 60s|
The latest production in the My Music series focuses on the years 1965-1969.
|My Music: The 70's Experience|
My Music brings back "the 70s." mixing 1970s soft rock, pop, soul and disco for the "ultimate 70's party."
|My Music: The British Beat|
My Music travels to London and around the UK to the place where the British Beat was born.
|Next Avenue ||Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song|
Paul Simon, one of America's most respected songwriters and musicians, was the recipient of the first annual Library of Congress Gershwin Prize.
|Poetry Everywhere with Garrison Keillor|
Through a collection of 24 short poetry films, the project introduces television viewers to a broad spectrum of great poets and poems.
|Priests in Concert at Armagh Cathedral|
Trained vocalists brought together by their faith and passion for music.
|Radio City Christmas Spectacular||Rat Pack: A Conference of Cool|
This film shows the heyday of the Rat Pac.
|Ray Charles Live at Montreux 1997|
This classic concert showcases the high energy and virtuosity that made Ray Charles an icon in the world of music.
|Richard Tucker Opera Gala|
Performances and interviews from the 24th annual Richard Tucker Music Foundation Opera Gala at New York's Lincoln Center.
|Rochester Jazz Festival|
For nine days each June, Rochester, New York transforms into one of the jazz capitals of the world.
|Saint Paul Sunday|
What would it be like to hear the Juilliard String Quartet perform in your living room?
|Sarah Brightman: Symphony in Vienna|
Features the singer’s best-loved hits and selections from her new release, Symphony.
|Say Amen, Somebody|
Say Amen, Somebody is a heartwarming and uplifting film that captures the lives and careers of some of gospel music’s most luminous artists.
|Shall We Sing?|
In the heart of New York City, a group of Japanese businessmen living far from their homes and families, is united by an unexpected passion.
|Simon Schama's Power of Art|
Internationally acclaimed scholar and writer Simon Schama tells the dramatic stories behind eight cutting-edge masterpieces.
For more than 50 years, the renowned Napa Valley-based collector and California art patron has been seeking out unknown and emerging artists.
|Soulful Symphony with Darin Atwater: Song in a Strange Land|
Features an acclaimed African-American orchestra's genre-defying original compositions and arrangements of popular tunes.
For all those who loved the original series, we are proud to announce that Soundstage has been reborn!
|State of the Arts|
State of the Arts takes you on a journey into the vibrant world of art produced right here in Georgia.
|Steve Miller Band: Live in Chicago|
This concert, shot over two nights in July 2007 at Chicago's Ravinia Theatre, highlights the band's classic rock.
|Stevie Wonder in Performance at the White House: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize|
The concert includes performances by Wonder himself among others.
|Sweet Soul: Stax/Volt Revue - Live in Norway 1967|
This program captures soul icons — including Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, and Booker T. and the MG's — in concert at the height of their careers.
|Terry Kay: A Conversation|
Today Terry Kay is ranked as one of Georgia’s most important authors for his compelling stories.
|The Best of Masterpiece Theatre|
Host Derek Jacobi is the guide for a countdown of the Top 12 Masterpiece Theatre series, chosen by viewers across the nation.
|The Big Band Years|
This “Big Band” retrospective features the songs that brought the country through WWII and kick-started the baby boom.
|The Fabulous Fox|
Built in 1929, the Fox was nearly demolished in the '70s, but was saved to become premiere entertainment center we have today.
|The Gateway Arch: A Reflection of America|
The story of the construction of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis is a tale as large as the gigantic architectural wonder itself.
|The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash|
Personal interviews with family, friends and musical associates are punctuated with rare gospel musical performances.
|The Kingston Trio: Wherever We May Go|
The Kingston Trio: Wherever We May Go celebrates their music.
|The Music Instinct: Science and Song|
This documentary provides a groundbreaking exploration into how and why the human organism is moved by music.
|The Queen Family|
The Queen family of Western North Carolina have become icons of Southern Appalachian culture.
|The Royal Academy|
This program, a candid and honest film, charts Mary Cane-Honeysett’s journey through the sometimes Byzantine world of the English art establishment.
|The Statler Brothers Farewell Concert|
The Statler Brothers Farewell Concert is a fitting tribute to a band that author Kurt Vonnegut once called "America's poets."
|The Writer's Almanac|
Garrison Keillor recounts the historical highlights of each day and reads a short poem or two.
|Three Mo' Divas|
Three classically trained, genre-defying divas are showcased in thrilling solos.
|Through the Eyes of the Sculptor|
Artisans continue a time-honored tradition of sculpting that dates back centuries, and their unique skills are highly prized.
Voces is an innovative series that showcases the best Latino films.
|War: Live at the Grove|
WAR: LIVE AT THE GROVE features legendary multi-platinum band War in a lively 2007 performance from Anaheim, California.
Waves chronicles the hardships of a country torn apart by famine and celebrates the courage of those who sought a fresh start in the New World.
|What's the Word?|
First broadcast in April 1997, What's the Word? was developed to show how the study of language and literature enriches people's lives.
|Where Words Prevail|
Youngsters read Shakespeare and come to understand the relevance of the work to their own lives.
|Why We Sing!|
Singers tell and show the myriad reasons why they sing: for justice, equality, tolerance, community and pure joy.
|Writers: Three Women|
In each episode, three authors join host Gene Edwards for an intimate, roundtable discussion.
|Yanni Voices: Live from The Forum in Acapulco|
Yanni has discovered and developed four of the most exciting new voices in music today.
The program features a behind-the-scenes preview of the music from the new CD, Yanni: Voices, and the upcoming concert tour.
|Youth Art: Reflections on the World|
Youth Art: Reflections of the World, is the title of the program that featured the cultural dialog.