Keith's Corner

Inspiring music and personal stories from our very own Keith Lockhart and special guests.


One of my great joys at Brevard is being able to share with you symphonic music that is special to me. Keith's Corner will allow me, albeit virtually, to continue to do that. Join me here as I share stories with you about the music that I love...some of the music that made me fall in love with orchestras, some works that have produced memorable moments during my years at Brevard, and some of the music that touches me most profoundly. It will also be an opportunity to, on occasion, introduce you to a gem you may not have yet discovered. Join me for a completely personal, somewhat subjective and, I hope, entertaining listening experience! – Keith Lockhart


Posted May 28, 2020

BMC Artistic Director Keith Lockhart discusses his deep connection with the music of Mahler and collaborating with his dear friend Ilana Davidson. Listen to a performance of the fourth movement with Lockhart, Davidson, and the Brevard Music Center Orchestra from July 25, 2014.


Posted May 14, 2020

The Boston Pops Orchestra, under the direction of Keith Lockhart, performs a musical video tribute, Summon the Heroes–featuring the work originally composed by John Williams for the 1996 Olympic Games–as a tribute to today’s first responders who are providing critical and needed services during the Covid-19 epidemic. John Williams joins the virtual tribute with a musical and spoken introduction from his home studio in Los Angeles.


Posted May 7, 2020

Keith discusses conductor Robert Shaw and Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, followed by a recording of the fourth movement by Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus.