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A Tempo with Rachel Katz
Saturday at 7 pm A look at the League of American Orchestra's project supporting women composers. Host Rachel Katz will speak with recipients Julia Adolphe and Melody Eötvös, and Michael Geller, President of the American Composers Orchestra, which administers the program. Plus - a look at the latest inductees of the Library of Congress National Recording Registry.

A Little Night Music with Michael Kownacky
Saturday at 10 pm Another evening of "Serendipity" as Michael Kownacky explores rarely played recordings in our music library.

 


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Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Friday at 8 pm Stéphane Denève, conductor.   Weber: Ruler of the Spirits Overture;  Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 99 (James Ehnes, violin); Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique;  Romeo and Juliet: Queen Mab Scherzo and Romeo at the Tomb of the Capulets.

Distant Mirror with Allan Kelly
Friday at 10 pm Medieval and Renaissance music including The Mass Se la Face ay Pale of Guillaume Dufay and music from the Chantilly Codex.

Well-Tempered Baroque with Dr. Lewis Baratz
Friday at 11 pm The first episode of a mini-series on music and royalty, focusing on music at the courts of Christian IV of Denmark and his nephew Charles I of England.

From the Top with Chrisopher O'Riley
Saturday at noon Peformances by amazing young musicians.

Classical Guitar Alive with Tony Morris
Saturday at 5 pm Bach's Sonata #6 in G, BWV 1019, the world premiere recording of Stephen Goss' Guitar Concerto, and David Horman's "The Book of Esther.".

Strictly Vinyl with Bill Zagorski
Saturday at 5 pm Classic LP recordings featuring Earl Wild playing Rachmaninoff.

 

 

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