Happy Valentine's Day
A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm A Tempo previews an upcoming symposium at Rutgers the State University of New Jersey exploring the historical relationship between music and technology. Rachel will also chat with several young musicians from the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles who performed during last week’s Super Bowl Halftime Show.
A Little Night Music
with Michael Kownacky
Saturday 10 pm, Saturday 12 am week later
On Feb. 13, 1914, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) was formed
to protect the rights of artists. We'll sample music by several of its founders who are important figures in American music: Victor Herbert, Jerome Kern, John Philip Sousa and Irving Berlin.
Pipedreams with Michael Barone
Sunday at 7 am Various Variants - Theme and Variation sets.
The Piano Matters with David Dubal
Sunday at noon This week performances by Edmund Battersby, Vladimir Horowitz, Fabiana Biasini, Evgeny Kissin, James Levine, Frank Levy, Daniel Propper and Quentin Kim. (R)
WWFM Sunday Opera
Hosted by Michael Kownacky
3 pm For Valentine's Day a Gilbert & Sullivan double bill, both featuring happy endings for happy lovers: Patience and The Gondoliers (D'Oyly Carte Opera Company and the Symphony Orchestra of London; Isidore Godfrey, cond.)
The Dress Circle with Ted Otten
and Michael Kownacky
Sunday at 7 pm, Thursday at 3 pm
Disney Love Songs.
The Lyric Stage with Mike Harrah
Sunday at 8 pm, Thursday at 2 pm
Ruggero Leoncavallo: Zaza (1900).
Chamber Music Society
of Lincoln Center
Sunday at 9 pm Wolf: Italian Serenade for String Quartet (The Orion Quartet). Mendelssohn: Selected Songs Without Words (Jeremy Denk, piano); Prokofiev: Violin Sonata No. 1 in F minor (Elmar Oliveira, violin, Frederick Chiu, piano).
The Lost Chord with Ross Amico
Sunday at 10 pm Wednesday at 6 pm
Valentines, Nay! Expressions of doomed love for Valentine's Day.
Half Past with Carl Hemmingsen
Sunday at 11 pm, Wednesday at 3 pm
Ewazen: Ballad for
Clarinet, Harp and String Orchestra, Op. 78; Glass: Symphony No. 2.