Enjoy your Sundays with Great Music

Savor the majesty of the organ repertoire on Pipedreams every Sunday at 7 am. With Heart and Voice brings you sacred music at 1 pm and Sounds Choral surveys choral works at 2 pm.

What's In the Pocket on JazzOn2?

Find today's line-up of great jazz and community affairs programs on JazzOn2.

The Piano Matters - Wednesdays at 10 pm and Sundays at Noon

The Piano Matters compares recordings of great piano works performed by various artists past and present, analyzing and explaining differing approaches to the music.

This year's class of NEA Jazz Masters is as accomplished as they come, with Dee Dee Bridgewater on vocals, Dr.

Jacques Offenbach's opera The Tales of Hoffmann was his last work and was left incomplete at the time of his death.  As a result, it is often staged with many changes that are against Offenbach's wishes.  On this week's Sunday Opera at 3 pm, we'll be looking at this wonderful score as it was meant to be produced and featuring a stellar cast lead by Francisco Araiza as Hoffmann, Samuel Ramey as all four of Hoffman's evil foils, Anne Sofie von Otter as The Muse / Niklausse, Eva Lind as Olympia, Jessye Norman as Antonia, and Cheryl Studer as the treacherous Giulietta.

Half Past this Sunday: Carter, Harbison and Galbraith

Apr 19, 2017

Join Carl Hemmingsen Sunday, April 23rd at 11 PM for A Symphony of 3 Orchestras by Elliott Carter, John Harbison's Cello Concerto and Incantation & Allegro by Nancy Galbraith on Half Past.

This week's Celebrating Our Musical Future (Monday at 8 pm) returns to Princeton University as the Princeton University Orchestra performs the world premiere of the Piano Concerto Old Nassau by Music Department faculty member Juri Seo. This work draws its inspiration from Princeton's alma mater, a song dating back to 1859. The orchestra will also perform music by Beethoven under the direction of Music Director Michael Pratt. David Osenberg will co-host this concert broadcast together with Pratt.

This month's ACO Experience concert broadcast (Monday at 9 pm) features works by Bruno Mantovani (Chamber Concerto No. 2), Andreia Pinto-Correia​ (Elegia a Al-Mu'tamid), Mohammed Fairouz​ (Wind Quintet [1.March]), Mehmet Ali-Sanlikol (Harabat [The Intoxicated]) and Saad Haddad (Manarah).

The Broadway Event of the season is the much-anticipated revival of Hello, Dolly! with Bette Midler and David Hyde Pierce. This week, theater critic Howard Shapiro reviews Hello, Dolly! That's Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am.

Join Jed Distler on April 25th at 10 PM for Between the Keys, with an unusual episode that explores possible musical links between composers Claudio Monteverdi, George Benjamin, Philip Glass, Franz Schubert, François Devienne and Noah Creshevsky. These composers, however, share at least one personal link: they all were born on January 31st.

Opera on the Classical Network

Love opera? Join us each Sunday at 3 PM for a full-length opera. Then, stay tuned for The Lyric Stage at 8 PM.

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Enjoy the best in chamber music performance Sunday nights at 9 with leading chamber music players from around the world. David Finckel and Wu Han, Co-Artistic Directors.

New and Unusual Music on Sunday Nights

The Lost Chord (Sunday 10 pm) explores the unusual, the forgotten and the extraordinary in the classical music world, plus occasional interviews to bring a subject alive.

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