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Curtis Calls Monday this week includes:

Sonata for Flute & Piano by Yuko Uebayashi with Emma Resmini, flute & Clara Gerdes, piano; 

Saint-Saens' Tarantelle, op. 6 with Lydia Roth, flute, Slavko Popovic, clarinet & Micah McLaurin, piano; and

Haydn's String Quartet in B-flat, op. 50 no. 1 with violinists, Shannon Lee & Gloria Ferry-Brennan, violist Zsche Chuang Rimbo Wong & cellist Andres Sanchez.

Curtis Calls this Monday (7/3) includes Beethoven's String Quartet, op. 18 no. 4 with Laura Park, Alexandra Switala, Kunbo Xu & Young In Na.  Linzi Pan plays J.S. Bach's 3rd English Suite and guitarist Xiaobo Pu plays Henze's "Drei Tentos."  Join us for music from student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music Monday evenings at 10.

Join Jed Distler for Between the Keys on Tuesday June 27th at 10 PM for an unusual yet captivating episode, as renown visual artist, musician and media figure Mark Kostabi drops in for music and conversation. We'll hear works by Kostabi, along with piano music by Janacek, Liszt and Carla Bley.

This Sunday (6/25) on Half Past we'll hear a trombone concerto by Salvador Brotons and a clarinet concerto by Francis Fairman.  Music from the past half-century on Half Past, Sundays at 11PM.

In 1988 John McGlinn assembled an A list cast from opera and Broadway to record as  much of the surviving music from the 1927 musical Show Boat  that he could find- music that was cut from the original production, music written for the movie versions and music added to revivals.

It's the music  of 13th century French trouveres  Adam de la Halle this week on Distant Mirror. Adam was in the service of Robert of Anjou, brother of Louis IX. He wrote chansons, motets and rondos and you can hear several of these as the Dufay Collective peroform from their CD On the Banks of the Seine.  There are also two selections by John Dowland, three songs by 15th century  English composer Robert Morton, and church music by Tudor composer Christopher Tye. Join Allan Kelly Friday night at 10.

If your three wishes would encompass a complete recording, in up-to-date sound, of one of the most enchanting film scores by Miklós Rózsa, you needn’t hold out for the discovery of a magic lamp.  Join Ross Amico for a recent release of a two-CD set, on the Prometheus label, of music from the classic 1940 fantasy-adventure “The Thief of Bagdad.”  The City of Prague Philharmonic and Nic Raine have recorded the score, note-complete, with ample bonus material.  Tune in to be transported.  Take the magic carpet ride, this Friday at 6 pm.

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