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This Monday at 10 pm we'll hear: Emma Resmini, flute & faculty pianit Hugh Sung in "Love Divided by" from Philip Glass; Pianist Daniel Hsu in Mussugorsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition;" Kyung Ji Min, violin with faculty pianist Jungeun Kim in Mozart's Rondo in C major, KV 373.

Between the Keys: September 5 - Without a Net

Sep 5, 2017

Join Jed Distler Tuesday night at 10 for Between the Keys, where three of the 20th century's most important pianists will be featured in live, unedited performances of works that they otherwise did not record commercially. We'll hear Rudolf Serkin in Schubert, Vladimir Horowitz in Prokofiev and Debussy, and Stravinsky's Three Movements from Petrouchka performed by its dedicatee, Arthur Rubinstein.

Kids on Keys: September 2nd

Sep 2, 2017

Join Jed Distler as he welcomes some of Central and Southern New Jersey’s most talented young pianists to the airwaves for Kids on Keys. Pianists include David Topchishvili, Sharon Jin,  Anthony Cheng, Kelsey Lee, Parth Gupta, and James Yang. Also featured are historic recordings by future piano icons: the 14-year-old William Kapell and the 13-year-old Daniel Barenboim.

This week on Well-Tempered Baroque, Dr. Lewis Baratz explores the German Francophiles of the 17th and early 18th centuries.  Learn about and hear the exquisite music of German composers who wrote in music tradition of Paris and Versailles during the age of Louis XIV.  Music by Muffat, Kusser, Pez, and Richmann.

Legendary countertenor Russell Oberlin performs the 12th century St. Godric Songs, the earliest  English sacred music  that we  know of.  He is accompanied on viol by Seymour Barab.  And there are 14th century English sacred and secular pieces performed by the Hilliard Ensemble. That's followed by what may be the most famous choral work of the 16th century, Spem in Alium of Thomas Tallis performed, of course, by the Tallis Scholars.  Join   Allan Kelly Friday Night at 10.

Listening Guide

Picture Perfect: September 1 - Film Scores of Aaron Copland

Sep 1, 2017

Get your Labor Day weekend off to a good start with an hour of film scores by the Dean of American Composers.  Join Ross Amico for Aaron Copland’s classic music for “The Heiress,” “The North Star,” “The City,” and “Something Wild,” this Friday at 6 pm.

 

Join us this Friday evening (9/1) for our next episode in our bi-monthly series featuring PostClassical Ensemble based in Washington DC, tracing the American odyssey of composer Aaron Copland.

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