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The Classical Network in Concert presents the latest in our IRIS Wired series Friday (11/17) at 8 pm, entitled "The Natural World." Conductor Michael Stern conducts the IRIS Orchestra in works depicting the natural wonders, including Virgil Thomson's score to the 1937 documentary "The River," Giacomo Puccini's Chrysanthemums and Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 6.

Get ready for Thanksgiving, with music from “Plymouth Adventure” (Miklós Rózsa), “Friendly Persuasion” (Dimitri Tiomkin), “Our Town” (Aaron Copland), and the building-the-barn sequence from “Witness” (Maurice Jarre).  There’s not a turkey among them, this Friday at 6 pm.

The Old Hall Manuscript is the largest, most complete and most significant source of English sacred music from the 14th century and on Friday's Distant Mirror you can hear selected motets from the manuscript with countertenor Russell Oberlin performing, accompanied by tenor Charles Bressler and baritone  Gordon Myers. Join Allan Kelly at 10pm.

This week on Well-Tempered Baroque, Dr. Lewis Baratz focuses on the COUPERIN family, France's long-standing dynasty of musicians.  Music by Louis Couperin, François Couperin (aka François II or François le Grand), Armand-Louis Couperin, and cousin Marc Roger Normand, called Coprino.

Between the Keys celebrates Daniel Barenboim's 75th birthday with his rare Deutsche Grammophon recording of Franz Liszt's monumental Piano Sonata in B Minor, plus other works.

Join Jed Distler, Artist in Residence for The Classical Network this Tuesday November 14th at 10:00 PM for Between the Keys, with a rebroadcast Monday afternoon November 20th at 3:00 PM.

This Sunday (11-12 at 11PM) on Half Past we'll hear the Cello Concerto by Alan Rawsthorne & Bright Sheng's "The Singing Gobi Desert" performed by the Prism Quartet.  

Join Ross Amico for an hour of Ukrainian classics, including “The Zaporozhy Cossacks” by Reinhold Glière and the Symphony No. 1 by Boris Lyatoshinsky (a Glière pupil), this Sunday at 10 pm.

 

This Sunday night at 8 pm we have Leonard Bernstein conducting his own music -  two songs from West Side Story, and his one act opera Trouble in Tahiti .

This week's Sounds Choral (11/12) features the motets of J.S. Bach. Join host Amanda Quist, Chair and Associate Professor of Conducting/Organ/Sacred Music at Westminster Choir College, as she shares some of her favorite recordings Sunday at 2 pm.

As in everything, Broadway has its share of winners and losers, and this week (11/12  7:00 p.m.) we’ll be looking at some box office champs that ran more than 3,000 performances.  We’ll end with the current leader, “Phantom of the Opera” which has over 12,000 performances on Broadway.  Along the way, we’ll sample “A Chorus Line,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Grease,” “Rent,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Miss Saigon,” and “Wicked” along with five more.    Celebrate the best Broadway has to offer this week, and every week, on The Dress Circle.  Don’t forget to look for the webcasts of shows you may mi

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