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This year The Classical Network is delighted to join with the Princeton University Office of Public Affairs in hosting Instruments of Change, a musical instrument drive benefitting the Trenton Community Music School. Your donation of your no-longer-used-instrument(s) will go to the students in the El Sistema-inspired music program of the Trenton Community Music School.
Instrument drop-off locations include:

December 1: WWFM Studios on the West Windsor campus of Mercer County Community College: 9 am - 8 pm

December 1: Jacobs Music, 2540 Brunswick Pike in Lawrenceville: 10 am - 6 pm

November 30 - December 4: Princeton University Office of Public Affairs, 22 Chambers Street, Princeton: 9 am - 5 pm.


The New York Philharmonic

Wednesday at 8 pm David Robertson, conductor. Copland: Appalachian Spring; Carter: Of Rewaking; Bernstein: Symphony No. 1, Jeremiah; Rouse: Rapture.

The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Wednesday at 10 pm, Sunday at noon

What Makes it Great with Rob Kapilow
Saturday at 1 pm An in-depth look at the music and lyrics of Stephen Sondheim. Recorded at Merkin Concert Hall in the Kaufman Music Center in New York City. (R)

Special: Live from Le Poisson Rouge,
New York City hosted by David Osenberg

November 30 at 7 pm Concert With You Armenia, to commemorate the centennial of the Armenian genocide, performed by international artists including cellist Mischa Maisky, his daughter Lily Maisky, Annie Dutoit, Alissa Margulis and Elena Lisitian.





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Happy Thanksgiving!

Giving Thanks 2015:
A Celebration of Fall, Food and Gratitude
Hosted by John Birge

Thanksgiving Day at noon
A special program with music and stories for a thoughtful, contemporary reflection on the meaning of Thanksgiving. Special guests include Christopher Kimball, host of public TV's America's Test Kitchen, world famous concert pianist Stephen Hough, Patrick Stewart with autumn poems, and Charles Laughton, who will tell a story about giving thanks for Art that connects us all to the creative spirit.

In My Humble Opinion
with David Patrick Stearns

Thursday at 5 pm, Saturday at 8 pm (R)

Thursday at 8 pm Alan Gilbert conducts the New York Philharmonic. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Ballet Suite; Stravinsky: Petrushka Ballet.

Cadenza with David Osenberg
Thursday at 10 pm, Saturday at 7 am
Classical musicians in conversation.

In A Broadway Minute
with Howard Shapiro

Friday at 8 am, Saturday at 10 am This weekend Howard reviews the new Broadway musical ALLEGIANCE, about the way the government treated Japanese Americans during World War Two.

Friday Noon Time Concert
Hosted by Diane Guvenis

Noon Concert from the Strings Music Festival, Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Mozart: Posthorn Serenade.

Picture Perfect with Ross Amico
Friday at 6 pm, Saturday at 6 am In anticipation of the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the beginning of a multi-week survey of scores from previous installments in the series.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Friday at 8 pm Mitsuko Uchida, conductor and pianist. Mozart: Adagio in B minor; Piano Concerto No. 19; Eine kleine Nachtmusik; Schubert: Piano Quintet in A Major, Trout.

Distant Mirror with Allan Kelly
Friday at 10 pm, Sunday at 6 am
Medieval chant performed by Anonymous 4.

Well-Tempered Baroque
with Dr. Lewis Baratz

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