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For Easter Sunday, it’s an hour of music inspired or influenced by cathedrals, including Jennifer Higdon’s “blue cathedral,” Agustin Barrios’ “La Catedral,” Joby Talbot’s “León” from “Path of Miracles,” and Adolphus Hailstork’s “Sonata da Chiesa.”  Reach for the heavens with these architects of cathedrals in sound, this Sunday at 10 pm. 

Ryan James Brandau, artistic director of Princeton Pro Musica and adjunct assistant professor at Westminster Choir College, shares some of his favorite Easter motets and anthems this Sunday (4/1) on Sounds Choral. Tune in at 2 pm to hear Easter music from the Renaissance era and 19th and 20th centuries, plus Baroque works by Bach and Handel.

There will be no fooling on this week’s Dress Circle (4/1 7:00 p.m.) when we once again take a look at some of the shows that opened this month.  A few of those “shows of April” are “Beauty and the Beast,” the current smash “Anastasia,” “Carousel,” “Hallelujah, Baby!”, “The Secret Garden,” and “She Loves Me” along with several more.  Join us for another diverse evening of great music from Broadway.  As always, thank you for being a part of our musical family.  

Soprano Emma  Kirkby  joins Gothic Voices on Friday night's Distant Mirror with three selections of 12th century abbess and mystic Hildegard of Bingen from the cd A Feather on the Breath of God. Then Ms. Kirkby is  joined by lutenist Anthony Rooley for selections of John Dowland from  his last sone cycle A Pilgrim's Solace.  Join Allan Kelly at 10.

Picture Perfect: March 30 - Biblical Epics

Mar 30, 2018

Religion takes a back seat to spectacle, with an hour of music from mid-century Hollywood epics, including “Samson and Delilah” (Victor Young), “Solomon and Sheba” (Mario Nascimbene), “Sodom and Gomorrah” (Miklós Rózsa), and “The Ten Commandments” (Elmer Bernstein).  Get ready to Bible-up, this Friday at 6 pm. 

This Wednesday(3-28) on Curtis calls we present Kaija Saariaho's "Cloud Trio" & Ernest Bloch's Suite for Viola & Piano.  Performances from student recitals at the Curtis Institute, Wednesdays at noon and Monday evenings at 10.

Sunday evening, 3/25 at 11 on Half Past we'll hear violinist Jennifer Koh and pianist Reiko Uchida in Lou Harrison's "Grand Duo."  Also on the program: David Gompper's "Flip" performed by the Royal Philharmonic and "Black Topaz" for clarinet, flute, piano, percussion, trombone & trumpet by Joan Tower. 

This Sunday on Sounds Choral (3/25), Amanda Quist, associate professor and chair of the Conducting, Organ and Sacred Music department at Westminster Choir College, surveys Mozart's Requiem. Tune in at 2 pm.

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