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Half Past airs this Sunday evening at 11 pm.  The program is dedicated to an unintentional reflection on the sea, the 3rd Symphony by Peter Maxwell Davies, from 1984.  Join Carl Hemmingsen late Sunday evening for music from the past half century on Half Past.

The Lost Chord: June 11

Jun 11, 2017

Assaying Isasi

The Lyric Stage presents Andre Gretry's one act L'epreuve Villageoise this week at 8 pm. This work is an example of what Gretry did best, which was write comic operas. It's a comedy of young love, old love, and jealousy that of course ends happily. Gretry lived from 1741 until 1813 during a time of tumult in France - a long period of tensions leading to revolution and finally dictatorship. 

This week on Well-Tempered Baroque (6/9 at 11 pm) Dr. Lewis Baratz explores the music of the Kantors of the Thomaskirche before Johann Sebastian Bach.  Learn about this glorious music tradition beginning with the appointment of Sethus Calvisius in 1594 up to Johann Kuhnau,whose tenure was from 1701 until 1722.

The Capella Cordina under the direction of Alejandro Planchart was one of the most exceptional and prodigious early music vocal ensembles of the 1970's. Hear a performance of Spanish composer  Cristobal de Morales' beautiful 16th century  Missa "L'homme arme"  on this week's Distant Mirror, Friday night (6/9) at 10.

Picture Perfect: June 9 - Mythological Mash-Up

Jun 9, 2017

Release the Kraken!  Join Ross Amico for music from movies steeped in myth, including “Helen of Troy” (Max Steiner), “Clash of the Titans” (Laurence Rosenthal)  “Hercules” (Pino Donaggio), and “Jason and the Argonauts” (Bernard Herrmann).  It will be all the sandals you can handle, this Friday at 6 pm.

Curtis Calls features violinist Alexandra Switala in Jeno Hubay's Carmen Fantasy, Haydn's String Quartet opus 50 no. 3, and "Myths", op. 30 by Karol Szymanowski along with soprano Emily Pogorelc singing Lilli Boulanger's "Pie Jesu."

Host David Dubal surveys works by Schubert, Dvorak, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven, Glazunov and more on this week's The Piano Matters Wednesday (6/7) at 10 pm. Featured pianists include Peter Serkin, Vassily Primakov,  Sandro Russo, Claudio Arrau, Byron Janis and Gitti Pirner. Hear the encore broadcast Sunday at noon.

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