Celebrating Our Musical Future with David Osenberg

Mondays at 10 pm

Celebrate the next generation of great classical artists with performances from prestigious music schools including the Curtis Institute of Music, the Peabody Conservatory of Music, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Columbia University, Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Temple University, Rutgers University, The American Boychoir School, Mannes College, Princeton University Music, and West Chester University School of Music, among others. 

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Christian Steiner

Celebrating Our Musical Future this Monday (4/23 at 8 pm) marks Earth Day with a broadcast recording of the premiere performance of "Voice of the Lake" by American composer Margaret Brouwer, an oratorio inspired by the composer's memories, love and concert for the body of water closest to her home, Lake Erie.

Celebrating Our Musical Future this week presents a live broadcast of this year's Homecoming Concert of the Westminster Choir College of Rider University - with a special start time of 7:30 pm on Monday (1/22).

Westminster Choir College celebrated its 25th Anniversary Evening of Readings and Carols this year, and you can hear this annual tradition this on Christmas Day at 3 pm. You can also enjoy the webcast anytime! See the program on the link here.

Celebrating Our Musical Future this Monday (11/20) comes your way from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. The first hour will focus on cello works with Curtis students performing a fun set of arrangements for cello quartet followed by one of Franz Josef Haydn's Cello Concertos. The program also includes two of Fernando Sor's two-guitar Fantasies. Join host David Osenberg for this broadcast Monday at 8 pm.

Celebrating Our Musical Future this Monday (11/13) presents a performance of Monteverdi's 1610 Vespers by Westminster Choir College's Westminster Kantorei under the direction of Dr. Amanda Quist. The Italian master who straddled the Renaissance and Baroque periods was always progressive and innovative, combining the worlds of early opera with the music of the church, and this monumental Vespers is a testament to his genius and stunning compositional skill. Join host David Osenberg for this broadcast at 8 pm.

Enjoy an extended evening of performances from the Curtis Institute of Music this Monday (10/23) on Celebrating Our Musical Future at 8 pm.  The program includes Beethoven's Septet in E-flat Major, Op. 20, a sonata from Georg Philip Telemann's Tafel-Musik, and Luciano Berio's 11-song cycle "Folk Songs."

This Monday's Celebrating Our Musical Future presents the Princeton University Orchestra in works by Hindemith and Mahler.

Celebrating Our Musical Future this Monday (10/9) features the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra in a program that includes El Amor Brujo by Manuel de Falla, the Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor by Frederic Chopin and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 in B Minor 'Pathetique.'

Celebrating Our Musical Future takes you to the Manhattan School of Music for concerts by the Manhattan School of Music Chamber Sinfonia and Chamber Orchestra Monday at 8 pm.

This Monday Celebrating Our Musical Future presents a performance by the West Chester University Wind Ensemble and also the West Chester University Concert Choir. Tune in at 8 pm.

Celebrating Our Musical Future once again features offerings from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio. This Monday at 8 pm we’ll hear choral ensembles from Oberlin perform music of Frenchman Jean Langlais and American Dominick Argento. Also on the broadcast solo performances by Oberlin students in music of again a French-American axis-  a work for solo cello by Henri Dutilleux and a set of African American Spirituals.

Celebrating Our Musical Future returns from summer break with chamber music performances by students at The Curtis Institute of Music.  The broadcast program will feature Mozart's Quintet for Piano and Winds in E-flat major K 452 and Franz Schubert's Octet in F Major D 803.  David Osenberg hosts this program Monday at 8 pm.

Celebrating Our Musical Future this Monday presents performances of Edgar Varese's Octandre and Mahler's Symphony No. 4 in Klaus Simon's chamber reduction for 14 instruments.

Celebrating Our Musical Future (Monday 6/12 at 8 pm) features a potpourri of performances from the Peabody Conservatory at the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

This week, Celebrating Our Musical Future (Monday 8 pm) heads to Northwestern University just north of Chicago for a performance by the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble led by Donald Nally, who is also founder and director of the Philadelphia-based choral ensemble The Crossing. This concert was presented last March in memory of the music of Danish composer who was labeled as the “established-outsider” of Danish Music, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, who passed away last June. The young choristers perform a wide spectrum of his vocal music ranging from 1970 to 2014.

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