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Where will you be during the eclipse today?

We'll be right here bringing you great classical music before, during and after. Get in a sublime mood with Bach at One at 1 pm from Trinity-Wall Street. Then, once the sun has returned to its full orb of light, host Ross Amico will provide a musical coda from 4 - 7 pm, playing music inspired by the sun, the moon and the heavens.

This Monday (8/21) on Bach at One we'll hear Julian Wachner lead the Trinity Baroque Orchestra & Chorus in two cantatas: BWV 5, "Where Shall I Flee" and BWV 24, "An Unblemished Conscience."

Join Jed Distler on Tuesday August 22 at 10 PM for another Between the Keys episode featuring music that's new, old and unexpected, with works by Joan Trimble, J.S. Bach, Bill Evans, Matthias Weckmann, Franz Liszt, Edward Elgar, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Joseph Haydn, Carl Ruggles, Ken Thomson and Leonard Bernstein.

Performers include Bruce Poser, Donald Garvelmann, Andrew Violette, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Gustav Leonhardt, Jerome Rose, David Golub, Allison Brewster Franzetti, Raymond Trouard, Michael Boriskin, Karl Lawson, and the Alexander Wu/Sasha Papernik duo

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The Los Angeles Philharmonic - Monday at 8 pm

Jaap van Zweden conducts two fifth symphonies - by Beethoven and Shostakovich. Also on the program is Tchaikovsky's Orchestral Suite No. 4 "Mozartiana."

Exploring Music - Weeknights at 7

This week and next - "How Strange the Change from Major to Minor" - Explore the vibrant palette of colors that composers can use to set and change moods with different scales.

Curtis Calls - Recitals from the Curtis Institute of Music, Mondays at 10 pm

Curtis Graduation Recital of Violist Menwen Zhao

Monday at 10 pm on Curtis Calls we'll hear music for viola & piano by Rebecca Clarke & Vieuxtemps along with a solo viola piece by Ligeti. Music from student recitals at the Curtis Institute.

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The Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Tuesday at 8 pm

This program includes Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, Schubert Song Selections, with Matthais Goerne, baritone, and Elgar's Cockaign Overture.

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Arts and Cultural News Headlines

When the American Boychoir School abruptly announced its closing this past week, it sent shock waves through not only the local Princeton arts community, but the broader choral music world as well.  This week on A Tempo (Saturday at 7 pm), host Rachel Katz surveys some of the thoughts from around these worlds. 

Westminster Choir College may be one step closer to having a new owner, as Rider University announced it is set to begin negotiations with an interested “international partner” in its effort to sell the renowned choral institution.

Roald Dahl's story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is drawing audiences young and old on Broadway. Hear theater critic Howard Shapiro's review of the musical this week on In a Broadway Minute - Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 10 am.

The American Boychoir School, whose choir has performed with major orchestras and pop stars including Beyoncé, is closing its doors after 80 years as declining enrollment hampered its financial recovery.

In a statement posted Tuesday on its website, Rob D’Avanzo, chairman of the school’s Board of Trustees, said enrollment for the coming year fell unexpectedly, leaving the school with 19 to 21 students to start the semester in three weeks.

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