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Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin
Weeknights at 7 This week's theme is Voices from the East - A look at music of composers who struggled for artistic freedom on both sides of the Iron Curtain including, Arvo Pärt, Sofia Gubaidulina, György Ligeti and Giya Kancheli.



Special:
Vera's Story
Hosted by Bill Zagorski

The Classical Network observed Holocaust Remembrance Day 2015 last week with the moving and emotional story of Vera Goodkin, a Holocaust survivor. If you missed the broadcast,
a webcast version is available here.

 

 

 


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ASCAP Foundation Deems Taylor/Virgil Thomson Radio Broadcast Award!

 
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Tuesday Noon Time Concert
Hosted by Carl Hemmingsen

Noon Tempesta di Mare - Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra in Apollo at Play at Philadelphia's Kimmel Center.
Works of Lully, Locke and Kusser.

Carnegie Hall Live
Tuesday at 8 pm The Academy of Ancient Music performs the four Orchestral Suites of J. S. Bach; Richard Egarr, conductor and harpsichord; John Hockenberry, guest host.

Between the Keys with Jed Distler
Tuesday at 10 pm, Wednesday at 1 pm
To the Harpsichord - New music for the harpsichord.

Curtis Calls with Carl Hemmingsen
Wednesday at noon
Curtis Institute of Music student recital series. Barrios: Guitar works; Andrew Hsu: Solo Violin Sonata; Kreisler: Shön Rosemarin; Debussy: Piano works; Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (arranged for quintet ensemble).

The New York Philharmonic
Wednesday at 8 pm Alan Gilbert, conductor;  Leila Josefowicz, violin.  Lyadov: The Enchanted Lake;  Stravinsky: Petrushka (1911);  Adams: Scheherazade.2.

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Wednesday at 10 pm, Sunday at noon
Enjoy noteworthy performances by pianists
past and present.

 

 

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