The New York Philharmonic This Week - Wednesday at 8 pm

Cynthia Phelps joins the New York Philharmonic and future New York Philharmonic musical director, Jaap van Zweden, in a performance of 'Unearth, Release' by Julia Adolphe.

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Curtis Calls - Recitals from the Curtis Institute of Music, Wednesdays at noon

All Beethoven on Curtis Calls

This Wednesday at noon (9/20) we'll hear pianist Chelsea Wang in Beethoven's Sonata in E-flat major, op. 31 no. 3 and also the String Quartet in F op. 18 no. 1. Music from student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music, Wednesdays at noon, repeated Monday at 10 PM.

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From the 1970s: Sunday Night's Half Past

4 hours ago

Join us this Sunday (9-24) evening for Dances with the Winds, op. 69, by Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara and the Symphony No. 6 by English composer Robert Simpson.  Music from the past 50 years - Sunday night at 11.

From the 1970s: Sunday Night's Half Past

4 hours ago

Join us this Sunday (9-24) evening for Dances with the Winds, op. 69, by Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara and the Symphony No. 6 by English composer Robert Simpson.  Music from the past 50 years - Sunday night at 11.

Shostakovich and Glazunov on "Music from Marlboro"

16 hours ago

Selections will include Shostakovich’s “From Jewish Folk Poetry,” with soprano Benita Valente, mezzo-soprano Glenda Maurice, and tenor John Humphrey, with Luis Batlle at the keyboard, and Glazunov’s String Quintet in A major, with violinists Sylvie Gazeu and Ernestine Schor, violist Toby Hoffman, and once-and-future Guarneri Quartet cellists Peter Wiley and David Soyer.

This Thursday's (9-21) Noontime Concert from Manhattan Chamber Players features:

Brahms' Trio for Violin, Horn & Piano in E-flat, op. 40 &

Dvorak's Piano Trio in F minor, op. 65

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Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7

This week - Explore the history, performances and legacy of the New York Philharmonic.

Classical Conversations on Cadenza - Thursdays at 10 pm

Enjoy conversations with classical musicians of local, national and international fame on the award-winning program Cadenza.

SymphonyCast - Thursday at 8 pm

Michael Tilson Thomas leads the Vienna Philharmonic in Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 14 (Emanuel Ax. soloist), Brahms' Variations on a Theme by Haydn, and Beethoven's Symphony No. 7.

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The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at the Municipal Auditorium in 1967,
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Records, Special Collection and Archives, Georgia State University Library

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra last month announced that it had transferred its archives to Georgia State University Library's Special Collection and Archives. The collection includes programs, newspaper clippings, photographs, business documents and a host of other memorabilia tracing the orchestra's 73-year history.

This week's In a Broadway Minute goes off-Broadway for a new production of Eugene Ionesco's Rhinoceros with a new twist -- it's in Yiddish. Theater critic Howard Shapiro reviews this production Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am. 

We Shall Not Be Moved is a new opera that takes its name from both the old spiritual-turned-civil-rights anthem and the Philadelphia black liberation group, MOVE. That group might be best-remembered for a 1985 tragedy: A police helicopter bombed the MOVE house, and the resulting fire killed 11 people and destroyed 62 homes in the neighborhood.

The opera, presented by Opera Philadelphia with the Apollo Theater, had its world premiere Sept. 16. It revisits that house and its ghosts, while remaining centered on stories about young people in Philadelphia today.

Wandering around the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, composer David Hertzberg stares at the walls in wonder. He's been through the rooms many times, drinking in the works by Seurat, Modigliani, Renoir and other masters. It's not just paintings alone, or even the Asian and Egyptian sculptures and other artworks arranged around the rooms, or the doorhandles and other pieces of daily, everyday hardware that might have adorned a home a century ago. Rather, it's the way its all put together.

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