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This week's (6/21 & 6/26) Curtis Calls is a vocal recital with faculty member Michael Eliasen accompanying soprano Emily Pogorelc in "Drei Lieder der Ophelia" by Richard Strauss, mezzo Sophia Fiuza Hunt in "Tre Ariette" by Vincenzo Belini and bass-baritone Vartan Gabrielian in "Songs of Travel" by Ralph Vaughn-Williams.  Violist Roberto Diaz and mezzo Lauren Eberwein join Eliasen in "Zwei Gesange" by Brahms.  Curtis Calls, music from student recitals at the Curtis Institute of Music, Wednesdays at noon and Monday evenings at 10.

Join Jed Distler on Tuesday June 20th at 10 PM for Between the Keys, and an episode called "Attack of the Killer Etudes!". Works by Martinu, Alkan, Arensky, Beckwith, Chopin, Bartók, Scriabin, Lindberg, Kernis and Rachmaninov. Pianists will include Jane Coop, Anthony de Mare, Alfred Cortot, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Jenny Lin, Ralph van Raat, Raymond Lewenthal and Jerome Lowenthal.

This Sunday (6/18) at 11 PM you'll hear Jack Gallagher's "Quiet Reflections," Roy Harris' 11th Symphony and "Night Fantasies" for piano by Elliott Carter.

The Lost Chord - June 18: Sibelius, Incidentally

Jun 18, 2017

Jean Sibelius was the composer of seven authorized symphonies that stand like granitic monoliths at the heart of 20th century music.  Less well known, perhaps, is the abundant incidental music he composed for the theatre.  Join Ross Amico for an historic 1932 recording of selections written for the play “Belshazzar’s Feast,” with Robert Kajanus conducting, and a more recent, digital premiere of the complete incidental music composed for “Everyman,” made under the baton of Osmo Vänskä.  Enjoy this neglected-but-worthwhile music, Sunday at 10 pm.

The Lyric Stage: June 18 - Robert Merrill

Jun 18, 2017

Robert Merrill had one of the great baritone voices of the 20th century. It's size, depth and humanity were coupled with a superb technique that he maintained throughout his career. He made his Met debut in 1945 when he was 28 and last appeared there in the 1975-76 season. Before during, and after, he appeared at other houses, mostly American, and in numerous concerts as well.

The Ensemble Clement Janequin visits Distant Mirror with the top tunes of the 1550's from their collection called  Fricassee Parisienne: Popular Chansons from the French Renaissance.  Hear selections by Sandrin, Sermisy, Crecquillon and others. Then, one of the more  popular suites of dances from the late Renaissance, the Terpsichore Dances  of Michael Praetorius performed by the Early Music Consort of London under David Munrow. We conclude with the Magnificat of English Tudor composer Christopher Tye. The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford performs.

Picture Perfect: June 16 - Superheroes

Jun 16, 2017

To the Batmobile!  With the death of Adam West – star of television’s “Batman” – on June 9, and “Wonder Woman” burning up the box office, Ross Amico will revisit the superhero genre, presenting music from both,  alongside selections from John Williams’ classic score for “Superman.”  In addition, West will introduce a medley of classic television superhero themes with the Cincinnati Pops.  Look, up in the sky!  It’s “Picture Perfect,” this Friday at 6 pm.

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