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This Sunday, 1-7 at 11 PM on Half Past we hear My Song for solo piano by Bright Sheng & the Piano Concerto No. 2 by Teizo Matsumora. 

The Lost Chord: January 7 -Left Out Back

Jan 7, 2018

In honor of composer Colin Brumby, who died on January 3rd at the age of 84, we’ll travel once again to the Land Down Under for some rarely-heard music from Australia, including Brumby’s Piano Concerto No. 1, Peter Sculthorpe’s “Earth Cry” (for didgeridoo and orchestra), and Alfred Hill’s “The Moon’s Golden Horn.”  Join me for an hour of antipodean artistry, this Sunday at 10 pm.

This week we feature Russian opera that shows intimate reflections on life to the splendor that helps define grand opera. Prince Igor broods on his captivity and Tatania from Eugene Onegin finds herself madly in love, while Boris Godounov has a coronation and the Polevetsian dances are one of opera's signature grand scenes.

Mikhail Kit, Nikola Putilin, Renee Fleming and Valery Gergiev among many others are the featured artists this Sunday night January 7 at 8PM on the Lyric Stage. 

Kids on Keys: Saturday January 6th at 1 PM

Jan 6, 2018

On Saturday January 6th at 1:00 PM, tune into Kids on Keys, hosted by The Classical Network's Artist-in-Residence Jed Distler. This monthly program is sponsored by Jacobs Music Company, and showcases live performances with some of the best young piano talent in our immediate broadcast area of Central and Southern New Jersey. 

This month's young pianists include Chloe Ren, John Zhang, William Chen, Iris Horng, Apollo Lee, Angela Sun, Terence Lin and Kelsey Lee, along with historic teenaged performances by Russian pianists Emil Gilels and Evgeny Kissin.

It's a Medieval--Renaissance Pops Concert on this Friday's Distant Mirror.  Allan Kelly will play all those early music chestnuts you love so well: Music by Anthony Holborne, Thomas Morley, Guillaume Machaut, Adam de la Halle, Tielman Susato and others, in performances by, among others, the King's Noyse, Musicians of the Globe, Musica Reservata, Gothic Voices and the Dufay Collective.  Join Allan at  10pm. 

Picture Perfect: January 5 - Soviet Cinema

Jan 5, 2018

In this season of frigid temperatures and raging snowstorms, we turn our attention to classics of Soviet cinema, including selections from “Agony” (Alfred Schnittke), “Time, Forward!” (Georgy Sviridov), “The Gadfly” (Dmitri Shostakovich), and “Alexander Nevsky” (Sergei Prokofiev).  If you think we’ve got it bad, try facing down a patriotic Nevsky on a frozen lake, this Friday at 6 pm. 

This Wednesday (01-03) at noon Curtis Calls presents music from the graduation recitals of percussionist Yibing Wang and guitarist Alec Holcomb.  We'll hear music bu Yasuo Sueyoshi, Iannis Zenakis, Eliot Carter, Isaac Albeniz, Radames Gnattali & Astor Piazolla.  Performances from student recitals at the Curtis Institute, Wednesdays at noon and Monday evening at 10. 

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