The Classical Network In Concert

Tuesday - Friday Noon Time Concerts; Fridays at 8 pm

The Classical Network In Concert is part of our Celebrating Our Music Community Concert Series. You'll hear performances from our region's (and beyond!) world-class performing organizations, from orchestral programs  to chamber concerts, to solo performances. These concerts usually occur as Noon Time concerts, but you may also enjoy them at other times as well, including Fridays at 8 pm. The WWFM hosting staff shares responsibility for hosting these concert programs.   

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The Classical Network in Concert this Friday (11/24) presents the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Music Director Xian Zhang in a concert program of Beethoven and Berlioz.

This Friday, The Classical Network in Concert presents the next concert broadcast from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton with a performance of Frederic Rzewski's The People Will Never be Defeated: 36 Variations on a Chilean Protest Song by pianist Stephen Drury.

IAS Artist-in-Residence, Pulitzer-Prize winning composer David Lang, co-hosts the program with David Osenberg.

Concordia Chamber Players welcomes bandoneon virtuoso Juan Pablo Jofre for a concert performance broadcast Friday at 4 pm.  The program will include four of his own works, as well as Dvorak's String Quintet Op. 77.

You'll hear Concordia Chamber Players Francisco Fullana and Kristin Lee, violin; Daniel Kim, viola; Michelle Djokic, cello; and Anthony Manzo, bass.  Join host Glenn Smith for this concert broadcast.

The Classical Network in Concert this Friday (10/13) kicks off the first broadcast of the season of Music from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton with a performance by So Percussion.

Join Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare as The Classical Network in Concert broadcasts the first concert in the ensemble's Telemann 360 Project, marking the 250th anniversary of Georg Philipp Telemann's death.

This Friday (9/15) at 8 pm the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and music director Rossen Milanov perform a program titled "Metamorphosis" featuring Hindemith's  "Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Weber", "La Mer" by Claude Debussy, and the U.S. premiere of Zhou Tian's "Broken Ink." 

Enjoy a broadcast by the Concordia Chamber Players this Thursday at 4 pm featuring Ernest Bloch's Meditation and Processional, Bedrich Smetana's Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 15, and Johannes Brahms' Piano Quartet in C minor, Op. 60.

The Concordia Chamber Players perform works by Benjamin Britten, Sir Arnold Bax and Johannes Brahms in this concert from The Princeton Festival Thursday at 4 pm.

Enjoy an organ recital by Kristiaan Seynhave from The Princeton Festival this Tuesday at 4 pm. Glenn Smith is your host for this program that will include Cesar Franck's Grande Piece Symphonique Op. 17 and Charles-Marie Widor's Organ Symphony No. 5.

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs a program featuring Tan Dun, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Camille Saint-Saens and Maurice Ravel under Music Director Xian Zhang this Friday at 8 pm. 

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