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Listening Guide

PART I:

00:00: Gamelan influences Debussy and Poulenc

18:35: “Stampede” from Harrison Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Gamelan, recorded in live performance by Nati Draiblate and Ben Capps, with PCE percussionists Bill Richards and John Spirtas conducted by Angel Gil-Ordonez

33:54: Harrison’s Grand Duo for Violin and Piano, from PCE's Naxos CD with Tim Fain and Michael Boriskin

PART II:

7:38: Harrison Concerto for Violin and Percussion, from PCE's Naxos CD

Picture Perfect: April 28 - Comic Adventurers

Apr 28, 2017

Get out your Silly Putty! Ross Amico will have plenty of vibrant colors for you to enjoy this week on “Picture Perfect,” when the focus will be on comic adventurers – as in heroes from the funnies.  Tune in for music from film adaptations of "Prince Valiant" (Franz Waxman), "The Phantom" (David Newman), "Dick Tracy" (Danny Elfman), and "The Adventures of Tintin" (John Williams).  He'll see you in the funny pages, this Friday at 6 pm. 

Cadenza: Gail Archer

Apr 27, 2017

Curtis Call: April 26 - Student Composers

Apr 26, 2017

Curtis Calls this week features music of four Curtis student composers: Emily Cooley, Alyssa Weinberg, Rene Orth & Nick DiBerardino. 

Featuring: Won Suk Lee, percussion; Shannon Lee, violin; Zsche Chuang Rimbo Wong, viola; Jean Kim, cello; Gloria Ferry-Brennan, violin; Emma Resmini, flute; Yuhsin Su, clarinet; Chen Cao, cello; Jia Cheng Xiong, piano; Sijia Huang, percussion; Zubin Hathi, percussion; Branson Yeast, cello; Michael Davidman, piano; Abigail Fayette, violin; Angela Sin Ying Chan, violin; Sung Jin Lee, viola; Zachary Mowitz, cello.

Half Past: April 23 - Carter, Harbison and Galbraith

Apr 23, 2017

Join Carl Hemmingsen Sunday, April 23rd at 11 PM for A Symphony of 3 Orchestras by Elliott Carter, John Harbison's Cello Concerto and Incantation & Allegro by Nancy Galbraith on Half Past.

Music written by English composers for the Ballets Russes.

Quite often, a composer's name is forgotten although his songs are cherished for a long time; Hugh Martin is one of those composers, and on tonight's program, we'll sample some of his well-known and lesser-known work from film, TV, and stage through shows like MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, HANS BRINKER, LOVE FROM JUDY, and HIGH SPIRITS.

The operas of Cavalli (Part 2).

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