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1 WEDNESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Support your favorite radio station by making a pledge for Celebration 2014.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 1014 continues.
8:00 Chicago Symphony Orchestra SCHUBERT Sym. #5 in B-flat; MAHLER Sym. #1 in D; WAGNER Siegfried’s Rhine Journey & Funeral March from Die Gotterdammerung; Riccardo Muti, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

2 THURSDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 New York Philharmonic BACH Conc. for Violin & Oboe; Sheryl Staples, violin; Liang Wang, oboe; MOZART Sym. #33; BEETHOVEN Piano Conc. #1 in C; Jeffrey Kahane, cond. & piano
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

3 FRIDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2104 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 Deutsches Welle Festival Concerts WAGNER Die Meistersinger von Nurnburg Overt.; WAGNER Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde; R. STRAUSS Ein Heldenleben; Staatskapelle Berlin; Daniel Barenboim, cond.; R. STRAUSS Symphonic Fantasy on Die Frau ohne Schatten; West German Radio Sym. Orch.; Andris Nelsons, cond.; R. STRAUSS Fruhling from the Four Last Songs; Renee Fleming, soprano; Munich Phil. Orch.; Christian Thielemann, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

4 SATURDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Howard’s Day Off with Howard Dicus. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 From the Top Celebration 2014 continues.
11:00 Classical Guitar Alive! with Anthony Morris.
1:00 P.M. Opera Favorites! Celebration 2014 continues.
6:00 A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 The Thistle & Shamrock with Fiona Ritchie. Lowlands. From shipyards and farmlands to mills and mining villages, the Scottish Lowlands have been a hive of activity for centuries. Tour the musical landscape with Archie Fisher, Deaf Shepherd, and Alison Kinnaird.
9:00 Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser. Aka Mr. Ragtime – For years before the great Ragtime Revival of the 1970s and 1980s, Max Morath kept ragtime alive almost singlehandedly, and never lost sight of the joy in the music.
10:00 Millennium of Music with Robert Aubrey Davis. Courts of Heaven. The latest by Stephen Darlington features rarely-heard music from the Eton Choirbook – Part 3 of a series – including works by Hampton, Turges, and Fawkyner.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

5 SUNDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Classical 24
8:00 With Heart & Voice with Peter Dubois. Celebration 2014 continues.
9:00 Sunday Brunch with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2104 continues.
1:00 P.M. SymphonyCast Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Sunday Baroque. Celebration 2014 continues.
4:00 Harmonia with Angela Mariani. Celebration 2014 continues.
5:00 Weekend Radio with Robert Conrad. Celebration 2104 continues.
6:00 The Dinner Party Download
7:00 Singing and Other Sins with Gary Hickling. Yom Kippur. A bit late, but the spirit of Kol Nidrei and other music appropriate for the Holiest Day of the Jewish calendar will make this program special.
8:00 New Sounds  Music for Bowed Strings
9:00 The Early Muse with Ian Capps. The Great French Harpsichord. 17th century French composers developed a distinct character with the great double-manual harpsichord. The Early Muse samples the solo compositions of the early baroque masters and their occasional marriage with that other instrument beloved of all French, the viol.
10:00 Music from the Hearts of Space. Take a journey through inner space with music that evokes the feeling of the cosmos.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

6 MONDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night

8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra DVORAK Carnival Overt.; HUMPERDINCK Dream Pantomime from Hansel & Gretel; PROKOFIEV Cinderella Suite; TCHAIKOVSKY The Sleeping Beauty Suite; TCHAIKOVSKY Variations on a Rococo Theme; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Manfred Honeck, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

7 TUESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 Collector’s Corner with Henry Fogel. The Art of Charles Munch – Program of 1 of 4. BERLIOZ Les Nuits d’ete; Victoria de los Angeles, soprano; Boston Sym. Orch.; BERLIOZ Requiem; Leopold Simoneau, tenor; New England Conservatory Choir; Boston Sym. Orch.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

8 WEDNESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 Chicago Symphony Orchestra SCHUBERT Overture in the Italian Style; MORRICONE Voices from the Silence; Ora Jones, narrator; Rosa Feola, soprano; SCHUBERT Mass in A-flat; Rosa Feola, soprano; Michaela Selinger, mezzo-soprano; Antonio Poli, tenor; Riccardo Zanellato, bass; VIVALDI Magnificat; Alisa Kolosova, mezzo-soprano
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

9 THURSDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 New York Philharmonic STUCKY Symphony; BARBER Violin Conc.; Gil Shaham, violin; RACHMANINOFF Symphonic Dances; Alan Gilbert, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

10 FRIDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.+
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Celebration 2014 continues.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Celebration 2014 continues.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. Celebration 2014 continues.
8:00 Deutsches Welle Festival Concerts R. STRAUSS Violin Conc. in d; Baiba Skride, violin; R. STRAUSS Also Sprach Zarathustra; R. STRAUSS Sinfonia Domestica; West German Radio Sym. Orch., Cologne; Andris Nelsons, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

11 SATURDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Howard’s Day Off with Howard Dicus. 39-Part Invention. The incredible invention of the Bach Two Part-Inventions, and the comparable invention of modern musicians in finding different ways to perform them.
10:00 From the Top We’re at Aspen Music Festival and School’s Harris Concert Hall. You’ll hear several young performers who are all studying at the festival during the summer, including a piano trio whose members study together at the Juilliard Pre-College Division in New York City, as well as several other outstanding young musicians.
11:00 Classical Guitar Alive! with Anthony Morris.  We feature music by Granados, Australian composer Marian Budos, Jorge Cardoso, Adrien Politi, and a 2013 interview with American guitarist-composer Andrew York, who relates the strange saga of how one of Segovia’s priceless guitars vanished and reappeared, and was used on his CD “The Hauser Sessions."
1:00 P.M. World of Opera VERDI Il Trovatore. Anna Netrebko (Leonora); Placido Domingo (Count di Luna); Marie-Nicole Lemieux (Azucena); Francesco Meli (Manrico); Riccardo Zanellato (Ferrando); Diana Haller (Ines); Vienna Phil. Orch. & Chorus; Daniele Gatti, cond. Verdi’s complex tragedy has a story that verges on the outlandish, but its music has made it one of the most popular of all the composer’s great operas, and it serves up an astonishing number of his most familiar melodies. This Salzburg production is one of the year’s outstanding events, with soprano Anna Netrebko as Leonara and Placido Domingo, continuing his remarkable exploration of Verdi’s great baritone roles, as Count di Luna.
4:30 Classical Music
BEETHOVEN Quartet in F Major, Opus 135; Cleveland Quartet (Telarc 80427) SEGOVIA Remembranza; Christopher Parkening, guitar (EMI Classics 49404)
5:00 Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen 
6:00 A Prairie Home Companion
with Garrison Keillor. A live performance from the Fitzgerald Theater in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with special guests, acoustic guitar virtuoso Leo Kottke, and country singer Suzy Bogguss. Also with us: the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, and Fred Newman; musical director Rich Dworsky with The Exchange Street Band (Richard Kriehn on mandolin and fiddle, Dean Magraw on guitar, Chris Brown on drums, and Todd Parks on bass); and the latest News from Lake Wobegon.
8:00 The Thistle & Shamrock with Fiona Ritchie. New Fall Sounds 1. Join Fiona as she explores the latest batch of releases, hearing what’s new from established artists and uncovering emerging talent.
9:00 Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser. From Friend to Lover – There’s friendship and there are love affairs, but sometimes one morphs into the other.
10:00 Millennium of Music with Robert Aubrey Davis. In Praise of Saint Columba. The latest from the Cambridge choir of Gonville and Caius College is a remarkable attempt to recreate the soundscape of the ancient Celtic liturgy.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

12 SUNDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Classical 24
8:00 With Heart & Voice with Peter Dubois. Hymn Festival. Hymns, and anthems based on hymns, will be featured on this periodic exploration of congregational song.
9:00 Sunday Brunch with Gene Schiller. Enjoy three hours of your favorite music, as requested by the listeners of Hawaii Public Radio. To make your choice from our “musical brunch buffet” write to Sunday Brunch, Hawaii Public Radio, 738 Kaheka St., Honolulu, HI 96814. Or e-mail your request to us at: hprmusic@hawaiipublicradio.org (Subject: Sunday Brunch).
1:00 P.M. SymphonyCast BEETHOVEN Piano Conc. #4 in G; Mitsuko Uchida, piano; SHOSTAKOVICH Sym. #5 in d; Bavarian Radio Sym. Orch.; Mariss Jansons, cond.
3:00 Sunday Baroque. A celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it. Enjoy the tuneful and lively music of Bach, Vivaldi and Handel – and music by their talented contemporaries and predecessors – as part of the mix of familiar favorites and new surprises.
4:00 Harmonia with Angela Mariani. Call Me Cate. It’s a perennially popular name shared by sovereigns, singers and saints alike. We’ll hear music by, for and about various Catherines from history, and we’ll shine a spotlight on early music performer Catherine Mackintosh. Plus, a featured release from the ensemble La Reverdie.
5:00 Weekend Radio with Robert Conrad. In observance of Columbus Day, Stan Freberg, National Lampoon and Flip Wilson do some exploring, and from a City Club Anvil Review, “The Politically Correct View of Columbus.” Also an observance of the 50th anniversary of the death of Cole Porter, including a song or two from “Kiss Me, Kate” in German. Richard Howland-Bolton offers “The Return of Daddy.” This Week in the Media.
6:00 The Dinner Party Download  Filmmaker and ‘Pope of Trash’ John Waters offers etiquette advice, naturally... Jenny Slate, star of the film "Obvious Child," says ‘complicated’ and ‘comedy’ can coexist... Swedish duo First Aid Kit bring board games and tacos to their cozy party... When we’re hungry, why do we get ‘hangry‘? … From Panama to Pan Am: novelist Cristina Henriquez remembers a nation in revolt, then we learn about the ‘Jet Age,’ when coach was actually classy... Mailing your kid to granny’s house was actually legal?!.. Plus: we tune into a new track from Kevin Morby, and we keep tabs on a penguin.
7:00 Singing and Other Sins with Gary Hickling. Scotland in Song. Scotland has been in the news a lot, so it’s time to hear its songs and some other sins.
8:00 New Sounds  New Music from Scandinavia
9:00 The Early Muse with Ian Capps. The Popular Music of New Spain. The peoples of New Spain rejoiced in the popular dance and in songs of the Nativity. We celebrate Columbus Day with the dances of Spain and Spanish America, and popular Christmas songs, or villancicos, by native composers, including glorious music from a premiere recording from Ecuador.
10:00 Music from the Hearts of Space   Red Rock Crossing : a Native American flute journey for autumn.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

13 MONDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Mostly Baroque.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. WAGNER Das Liebesverbot Overt.; Philadelphia Orch.; Wolfgang Sawallisch, cond.; SINDING Piano Conc. in D-flat; Piers Lane, piano; Bergen Phil. Orch.; Andrew Litton, cond.; GLAZUNOV Sym. #7 in F; U.S.S.R. Sym. Orch.; Evgeny Svetlanov, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  We'll hear the story of two young lovers, Daphnis and Chloe, told in music by Maurice Ravel and played in concert in Hamburg, Germany. Plus, a software engineer who is an amateur pianist (in the best sense of the word) plays a concerto by Rachmaninoff in concert in Hickory, North Carolina.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  From This Mighty River: Music of the Children of J.S. Bach  Music flowed from the Bach family in a seemingly never-ending torrent for generations, and the three sons of Johann Sebastian are no exception.  This week we’ll listen to the music of Wilhelm Friedemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel, and Johann Christian Bach as they continue their father’s legacy into the Classical era.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. HANDEL Occasional Suite in D; English Concert; Trevor Pinnock, cond.; MENOTTI Triplo Conc. a Tre; London Sym. Orch.; David Amos, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. RANGSTROM Divertimento Elegiaco; Swedish Chamber Orch.; Petter Sundkvist, cond.; ALFVEN The Prodigal Son; Stockholm Phil. Orch.; Neeme Jarvi, cond.; BRAHMS Piano Trio #1 in B; Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano; Itzhak Perlman, violin; Lynn Harrell, cello
8:00 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra SMITH Star Spangled Banner; STOCK Sym. #6; ORFF Carmina Burana; Lisette Oropesa, soprano; Andrey Nemzer, tenor; Hugh Russell, baritone; Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh; Manfred Honeck, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

14 TUESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Contemporary Chamber Music.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. SVENDSEN Festpolonese; Iceland Sym. Orch.; Bjarte Engeset, cond.; MENDELSSOHN Violin Conc. in e; Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin; Gerard Schwarz, cond.; BRIDGE The Sea; Royal Liverpool Phil. Orch.; Charles Groves, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  The Pittsburgh Symphony flew their 95 musicians and all their gear to Berlin. Moments after they got off the plane, they jumped onstage to play the opening concert of a major festival. We'll the stirring performance from that very concert.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  From This Mighty River: Music of the Children of J.S. Bach  Music flowed from the Bach family in a seemingly never-ending torrent for generations, and the three sons of Johann Sebastian are no exception.  This week we’ll listen to the music of Wilhelm Friedemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel, and Johann Christian Bach as they continue their father’s legacy into the Classical era.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. ROSSINI Ballet music from Moses; Monte-Carlo National Opera Orch.; Antonio De Almeida, cond.; DUPIN Fantasy on themes from Verdi’s La Traviata; Alexander Trostiansky, violin; I Musici de Montreal; Yuli Turovsky, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. GERSHWIN I Got Rhythm Variations; Earl Wild, piano; Boston Pops Orch.; Arthur Fiedler, cond.; DVORAK Violin Conc. in A; Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orch.; Eugene Ormandy, cond.; ZEMLINSKY Die Seejungfrau (The Mermaid); Berlin Radio Sym.; Riccardo Chailly, cond.
8:00 Collector’s Corner with Henry Fogel. The Art of Charles Munch – Program 2 of 4. MENDELSSOHN Sym. #3 in a, Scottish; WAGNER Prelude & Liebestod from Tristan und Isolde; Eileen Farrell, soprano; Boston Sym. Orch.; BRAHMS Sym. #1 in c; Boston Sym. Orch.; RAMEAU Dardanus Suite; Chicago Sym. Orch.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

15 WEDNESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Birthdays & Anniversaries.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. REINECKE Undine Sonata; James Galway, flute; Philip Moll, piano; TCHAIKOVSKY Souvenir de Florence; Orpheus Chamber Orch.; MADETOJA Sym. #2; Iceland Sym. Orch.; Petri Sakari, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  From This Mighty River: Music of the Children of J.S. Bach  Music flowed from the Bach family in a seemingly never-ending torrent for generations, and the three sons of Johann Sebastian are no exception.  This week we’ll listen to the music of Wilhelm Friedemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel, and Johann Christian Bach as they continue their father’s legacy into the Classical era.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. HARRIS Sym. #3; New York Phil.; Leonard Bernstein, cond.; GILLIS Portrait of a Frontier Town; Sinfonia Varsovia; Ian Hobson, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. SHOSTAKOVICH Piano Conc. #1; Andre Previn, piano; New York Phil.; Leonard Bernstein, cond.; WIREN Serenade for Strings; Bournemouth Sinfonietta; Richard Studt, cond.; BRITTEN The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra; Royal Liverpool Phil. Orch.; Libor Pesek, cond.
8:00 Chicago Symphony Orchestra MOZART Sym. #41 in C, Jupiter; BRAHMS Sym. #4 in e; MOZART Adagio & Fugue in c; HAYDN Cello Conc. in D; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Ton Koopman, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

16 THURSDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Film Fanatic.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. DIAMOND Rounds for Strings; Seattle Sym. Orch.; Gerard Schwarz, cond.; STRAVINSKY Pulcinella Suite; Atlanta Sym. Orch.; Yoel Levi, cond.; SCHUBERT Piano Quintet in A, Trout; Emanuel Ax, piano; Pamela Frank, violin; Rebecca Young, viola; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Edgar Meyer, double bass
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  CPE Bach's music is characterized by sheer exuberance, wild creativity, and emotional depth. There are sudden stops for contemplation, followed by a quick returns to the happy roller coaster ride. We'll hear an example of his unique sound from a concert in Oslo, Norway.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  From This Mighty River: Music of the Children of J.S. Bach  Music flowed from the Bach family in a seemingly never-ending torrent for generations, and the three sons of Johann Sebastian are no exception.  This week we’ll listen to the music of Wilhelm Friedemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel, and Johann Christian Bach as they continue their father’s legacy into the Classical era.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. R. STRAUSS Don Juan; New York Stadium Sym.; Leopold Stokowski, cond.; MARTUCCI Andante & Colore Orientale; Philharmonia Orch.; Francesco D’Avalos, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. COPLAND Billy the Kid Suite; Philadelphia Orch.; Eugene Ormandy, cond.; ZELENKA Sonata #2; Erin Hannigan & Kathryn Greenback, oboes; Benjamin Kamins, bassoon; Timothy Pitts, double bass; Layton James, harpsichord; KODALY Hary Janos Suite; Montreal Sym. Orch.; Charles Dutoit, cond.
8:00 New York Philharmonic DVORAK Cello Conc. in b; Carter Brey, cello; TCHAIKOVSKY Sym. #5 in e; Alan Gilbert, cond.; BACH Suite #1 for Unaccompanied Cello; Carter Brey, cello
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

17 FRIDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Variations on an Operatic Theme.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. PYLKKANEN Suite for Oboe & Strings; Aale Lindgren, oboe; Finnish Radio Sym. Orch.; Petri Sakari, cond.; IRELAND Piano Conc. in E-flat; Kathryn Stott, piano; Royal Phil. Orch.; Vernon Handley, cond.; POULENC Les Biches; Ambrosian Chorus; Philharmonia Orch.; Georges Pretre, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  Mozart wrote hundreds of pieces that are delightful and charming, but several dozen of his works are so expressive, so riveting, that they're masterpieces. We'll hear one such masterpiece: Mozart's Symphony No. 39.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  From This Mighty River: Music of the Children of J.S. Bach  Music flowed from the Bach family in a seemingly never-ending torrent for generations, and the three sons of Johann Sebastian are no exception.  This week we’ll listen to the music of Wilhelm Friedemann, Carl Philipp Emanuel, and Johann Christian Bach as they continue their father’s legacy into the Classical era.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. HAYDN Harpsichord Conc. in D; Trevor Pinnock, harpsichord; English Concert.; HAYDN Sym. #82 in C, The Bear; New York Phil.; Leonard Bernstein, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. COENEN Wind Quintet in A; Viotta Ensemble; LISZT Die Ideale; London Phil. Orch.; Bernard Haitink, cond.; DVORAK Piano Quintet in A; Stephen Kovacevich, piano; Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Octet
8:00 Deutsches Welle Festival Concerts MENDELSSOH N Hebrides Overt.; JORG WIDMANN 180 beats per minute for string sextet; BEETHOVEN Triple Conc. in C; Igor Levit, piano; Ning Feng, violin; Alexey Stadler, cello; MENDELSSOHN Sym. #3 in a, Scottish; Irish Chamber Orch.; Jorg Widmann, cond.; SCHUMANN Three Fantasies for clarinet and piano, Op. 73; Jorg Widmann, clarinet; Lars Vogt, piano
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

18 SATURDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Howard’s Day Off with Howard Dicus. Triple Plays. A baker’s dozen of composers, each represented by three selections – Glazunov, Vaughan Williams, Bernstein, one of Bach’s sons, and others.
10:00 From the Top We’re on the campus of the University of South Dakota at the National Music Museum, where you’ll hear some of the amazing historical instruments in their collection, including an historic fortepiano, a vintage guitar, and a unique gamelan. You’ll also meet a 13-year-old who lives on a ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She raises steer to sell in the fall, rides her horse, Dandy, feeds the chickens, and she’s one fine classical violinist.
11:00 Classical Guitar Alive! with Anthony Morris. Music by Handel, Villa-Lobos, Mateo Albeniz, a rarely-heard piece with lute by Haydn, and an interview with guitarist and composer David Crittenden, who speaks about his piece “One More for Wallace Hartley,” which was inspired by the Titanic bandleader.
1:00 P.M. World of Opera PUCCINI Manon Lescaut. Eva-Marie Westbroek (Manon Lescaut); Massimo Giordano (Des Grieux); Lester Lynch (Lescaut); Lian Li (Geronte); Bogdan Mihai (Edmondo); Kresimir Spicer (Dancing Master ); Arthur Espiritu (Lamplighter); Berlin Phil. Orch.; Vienna Phil. Chorus; Simon Rattle, cond. Massenet’s version of the Manon story may win out when it comes to pure tunefulness, but if you’re looking for outright passion, it’s hard to beat Puccini. This production from the Baden-Baden Easter Festival comes to us belatedly, but it’s worth the wait, with Eva-Marie Westbroek in the title role, plus Simon Rattle leading the Berlin Philharmonic.
4:30 Classical Music   CPE BACH Symphony in G Major, Wq 180; Les Amis de Philippe, Ledger Rémy, conductor (CPO 999 418-2); MOZART Serenade in D Major, K 239; Orpheus Chamber Orchestra (Deutsche Grammaphon 415 669-2).
5:00 Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen.  In her memoir Fun Home, cartoonist Alison Bechdel – a newly minted MacArthur Fellow -- told the difficult story of her childhood in the family funeral home with a closeted gay father. Now her family’s most private moments are jumping from the comic-book page to a Broadway musical. We go inside a beloved Nashville music studio saved from the wrecking ball at the eleventh hour. And Rosanne Cash explains why the great performers of classic American pop don’t get royalties, but their younger successors do.
6:00 A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.  From downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, it’s our final live broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater this fall, with special guests jug band pioneer Jim Kweskin, singer and writer of songs Lera Lynn, and Minnesotass Poet Laureate Joyce Sutphen. Plus, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Fred Newman; musical director Richard Dworsky and The October Boys (Richard Kriehn on mandolin and fiddle, drummer Chris Brown, Jeff Carney on bass, and guitarist Chris Siebold); and the latest News from Lake Wobegon.
8:00 The Thistle & Shamrock
with Fiona Ritchie. New Fall Sounds 2. More new recordings reveal the latest from established artists and emerging talent.
9:00 Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser. Broadway Soliloquies – With Rodgers and Hammerstein’s new emphasis on characer, soliloquies in song became central to telling the story in Broadway musicals.
10:00 Millennium of Music with Robert Aubrey Davis. The Sixteenth Century. Three new releases give us different perspectives on late 16th century music: from the motif of the earth trembling, to Freiburg Cathedral in 1594, to the always arresting Don Carlo Gesualdo.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

19 SUNDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Classical 24
8:00 With Heart & Voice with Peter Dubois. A Howells Celebration. We listen to sublime choral and organ music by one of the 20th century’s great composers of music for the Anglican tradition.
9:00 Sunday Brunch with Gene Schiller. Enjoy three hours of your favorite music, as requested by the listeners of Hawaii Public Radio. To make your choice from our “musical brunch buffet” write to Sunday Brunch, Hawaii Public Radio, 738 Kaheka St., Honolulu, HI 96814. Or e-mail your request to us at: hprmusic@hawaiipublicradio.org (Subject: Sunday Brunch).
1:00 P.M. SymphonyCast BERNSTEIN Symphonic Dances from West Side Story; BRITTEN Violin Conc.; Gil Shaham, violin; SAMUEL ADAMS Radial Play; MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL Pictures at an Exhibition; National Youth Orch. of the United States of America; David Robertson, cond.
3:00 Sunday Baroque. A celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it. Enjoy the tuneful and lively music of Bach, Vivaldi and Handel – and music by their talented contemporaries and predecessors – as part of the mix of familiar favorites and new surprises.
4:00 Harmonia with Angela Mariani. Spotlight on the New York Pro Musica, Part 1. We explore the recorder as a consort instrument, hear sacred music by Orlando di Lasso, and Wendy Gillespie brings us part one of a New York Pro Musica Antiqua retrospective. Join us!
5:00 Weekend Radio with Robert Conrad. We haven’t held a Carmen Orgy in awhile. Bringing the drinks and noshes will be Andy Griffith, Spike Jones, John Atkins, Pig Iron and the Detroit Symphony as well as arias from “Carmen Jones.” Mark Levy says he “Likes His Present Age.” This Week in the Media.
6:00 The Dinner Party Download  Aussie actor Joel Edgerton dances into the spotlight... Filmmaker Justin Simien ("Dear White People") explores the many shades of black identity... A soundtrack from electro-pop songstress Banks...Food falling from the sky! ...And fragrances so alluring, folks'll travel halfway around the world to get a whiff.
7:00 Singing and Other Sins with Gary Hickling. Ned Rorem’s Birthday! He’s 91 this year and there are so many recordings of his hundreds of songs, it’s hard to know where to begin. I recorded an interview by phone especially for this program. In the interview he spoke of his long association with Eugene Istomin, so you will hear this great pianist in the role of collaborative artist, with some fine singers.
8:00 New Sounds  John Luther Adams: Become Ocean  Immerse yourself in this forty-two-minute piece for large orchestra. It won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 2014, and consists of three huge crescendos, the musical equivalent of three different huge waves, majestically surging and receding. The title comes from lines that John Cage wrote in tribute to the music of Lou Harrison: “Listening to it we become ocean.”
9:00 The Early Muse with Ian Capps. The Art of the Violin – Germany comes of Age. For much of the 17th century, virtuoso music for solo violin was the preserve of Italy and Germany. We return to the theme of “Influenza Italiana” with fresh performances of brilliant works introduced to German composers by Italian virtuosi and translated by them into their own idiom.
10:00 Music from the Hearts of Space  Autumn Song : sublime western classical music for the fall season.
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20 MONDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Impressions of Travel.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. SCHUMANN Genoveva Overt.; London Classical Players; Roger Norrington, cond.; MIASKOVSKY Two Pieces for String Orch.; Moscow Sym. Orch.; Veronika Dudarova, cond.; MIASKOVSKY Cello Sonata #2 in a; Wendy Warner, cello; Irina Nuzova, piano; BEETHOVEN Sym. #5 in c; All American Youth Orch.; Leopold Stokowski, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  Physics can make it tough to play an organ with an orchestra; if the organ pipes are 200 feet from the conductor, it can take their sound a quarter second to cover that distance - enough to potentially disrupt a performance. The New York Philharmonic tackles the physics of Saint-Saens' Organ Symphony in concert in New York.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part I: The New York Philharmonic  It’s the oldest orchestra in the United States! This week, we’ll explore the history, the conductors, the premieres and the great players of the New York Philharmonic.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. BORODIN Polovtsian Dances; Philharmonia Orch.; Herbert von Karajan, cond.; RUBINSTEIN Sym. #6 in a; Philharmonia Hungarica; Gilbert Varga, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. WAGNER Rienzi Overt.; Berlin Phil. Orch.; Klaus Tennstedt, cond.; SCHUBERT Sym. #2 in B-flat; Berlin Phil. Orch.; karl Bohm, cond.; BRAHMS String Sextet #1 in B-flat; L’Archibudelli
8:00 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra BARBER Adagio for Strings; MOZART Piano Conc. #21 in C; Yulianna Avdeeva, piano; DVORAK Sym. #8 in G; JANACEK Jenufa Suite; Manfred Honeck, cond.
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21 TUESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: You’ve Never Heard This Before!
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. ROGERS Three Japanese Dances; Eastman Wind Ensemble; Frederick Fennell, cond.; AKUTAGAWA Trinita Sinfonica; New Zealand Sym. Orch.; Takuo Yuasa, cond.; RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Sym. #2, Antar; U.S.S.R. Sym. Orch.; Evgeny Svetlanov, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  Classical music is meant to be played and heard in concert, and today's concert scene is bursting with creativity, vitality, and talent. Join us for two hours of highlights from recent concerts from across the country and around the world.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part I: The New York Philharmonic  It’s the oldest orchestra in the United States! This week, we’ll explore the history, the conductors, the premieres and the great players of the New York Philharmonic.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. CHABRIER Danse Slave & Fete Polonaise; Detroit Sym. Orch.; Paul Paray, cond.; SIBELIUS Sym. #3 in C; Vienna Phil. Orch.; Lorin Maazel, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. OFFENBACH Orpheus in the Underworld Overt.; Philharmonia Orch.; Antonio De Almeida, cond.; CANTELOUBE Songs of the Auvergne; Kiri Te Kanawa, soprano; English Chambe Orch.; Jeffrey Tate, cond.; BARTOK Divertimento for Strings; Chicago Sym. Orch.; Georg Solti, cond.
8:00 Collector’s Corner with Henry Fogel. The Art of Charles Munch – Program 3 of 4. SAINT-SAENS Sym. #3 in c, Organ; Berj Zamkochian, organ; Boston Sym. Orch.; SAINT-SAENS Omphale’s Spinning Wheel; BERLIOZ Symphonie Fantastique; Boston Sym. Orch.; TCHAIKOVSKY Francesca da Rimini; Royal Phil. Orch.
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22 WEDNESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Children’s Corner.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. NOVAK In the Tatras; Czech Phil. Orch.; Karel Sejna, cond.; SUK Serenade for Strings; London Chamber Orch.; Christopher Warren-Green, cond.; DVORAK The Golden Spinning Wheel; Berlin Phil. Orch.; Simon Rattle, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  Composer Bruce Adolphe joins us with our weekly musical game. Play along; see if you can name the hidden tune and the composer whose style Bruce is mimicking. Plus, we'll hear musical highlights from concert halls from Los Angeles to Hamburg.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part I: The New York Philharmonic  It’s the oldest orchestra in the United States! This week, we’ll explore the history, the conductors, the premieres and the great players of the New York Philharmonic.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. BEETHOVEN Piano Trio in B-flat, Archduke; Isaac Stern, violin; Leonard Rose, cello; Eugene Istomin, piano
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. ADAMS The Chairman Dances; City of Birmingham Sym. Orch.; Simon Rattle, cond.; LISZT Selections from Annees de Pelerinage, Switzerland; Alfred Brendel, piano; RAVEL Le Tombeau de Couperin; Stuttgart Radio Sym.; Sergiu Celibidache, cond.
8:00 Chicago Symphony Orchestra IVES Sym. #2; MOZART Piano Conc. #23 in A; Richard Goode, piano; R. STRAUSS Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks; Mark Elder, cond.; MOZART Conc. for Two Pianos; Emanuel Ax, Benjamin Hochman, Orli Shaham, and Orion Weiss, pianos; David Robertson, cond.
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23 THURSDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Three of a Kind.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Tallis Fantasia; Sinfonia of London; John Barbirolli, cond.; WOLF-FERRARI Idillio-Concertino; Andrea Gullickson, oboe; Czech Phil. Chamber Orch.; Lucia Matos, cond.; FRANCK Sym. in d; Chicago Sym. Orch.; Pierre Monteux, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  Olga Kern was 26 when she won the Cliburn Piano Competition; thirteen years later, her musical voice has matured and she is a piano powerhouse. We'll hear her in concert playing a set of variations by Clara Schumann.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part I: The New York Philharmonic  It’s the oldest orchestra in the United States! This week, we’ll explore the history, the conductors, the premieres and the great players of the New York Philharmonic.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. S. WAGNER Bruder Lustig Suite; Rheinland-Pfalz State Phil. Orch.; Werner Andreas Albert, cond.; PFITZNER Violin Conc. in b; Juraj Cizmarovic, violin; Koln Radio Sym.; Marcus Bosch, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. LORTZING Excerpts from Czar und Zimmerman; Munich Radio Orch.; Heinz Fricke, cond.; ROREM Sky Music; Yolanda Kondonassis, harp; STRAVINSKY Violin Conc. in D; Hilary Hahn, violin; Academy of St. Martin; Neville Marriner, cond.
8:00 New York Philharmonic BRUCKNER Sym. #8 in c; Zubin Mehta, cond.
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24 FRIDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: The Wonderful World of Vinyl.
8:30 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. RAVEL Une Barque sur l’ocean; Orch. de Paris; Jean Martinon, cond.; PETERSON-BERGER I Somras (Last Summer); Norrkoping Sym. Orch.; Michail Jurowski, cond.; GLIERE Celllo Conc.; Quirine Viersen, cello; Royal Flemish Phil. Orch.; Marc Soustrot, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  English composer Thomas Ades is a huge fan of Francois Couperin’s 18th century keyboard music. So much so that he rewrote three of the French composer’s pieces for orchestra. We’ll hear conductor Jeffrey Kahane lead the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in a performance of Ades’s “Three Studies from Couperin.”
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part I: The New York Philharmonic  It’s the oldest orchestra in the United States! This week, we’ll explore the history, the conductors, the premieres and the great players of the New York Philharmonic.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. STENHAMMAR Lodolezzi Sjunger (Lodolezzi Sings); Gothenburg Sym. Orch.; Neeme Jarvi, cond.; STRAVINSKY Petrushka Suite; Berlin Phil. Orch.; Leopold Stokowski, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. J. STRAUSS JR. The Gypsy Baron Overt.; United States Marine Band; Col. John R. Bourgeois, cond.; BERNSTEIN Facsimile; St. Louis Sym. Orch.; Leonard Slatkin, cond.; POULENC Sinfonietta; San Diego Chamber Orch.; Donald Barra, cond.
8:00 Deutsches Welle Festival Concerts DEBUSSY Reflets dans l’eau; CHOPIN 24 Preludes; CHOPIN Waltz, Op. 69, No. 1; SCHUMANN Symphonic Etudes; RACHMANINOFF Gavotte; DANIIL TRIFONOV Rakhmaniana; SCRIABIN Sonata #2 in G-sharp minor; Daniil Trifonov, piano
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25 SATURDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Howard’s Day Off with Howard Dicus. The music of Dmitri Shostakovich – heroic, intimate, comical, stricken, populist, desolate.
10:00 From the Top TBA
11:00 Classical Guitar Alive! with Anthony Morris.  This program features spellbinding guitar music ranging from the comically spooky to the disturbingly eerie.
1:00 P.M. World of Opera ROSSINI The Barber of Seville. Chiara Amaru (Rosina); Juan Francisco Gateli (Count Almaviva); Paolo Bordogna (Don Bartolo); Florian Sempey (Figaro); Alex Esposito (Don Basilio); Felicia Bongiovanni (Berta); Andrea Vincenzo Bonsignore (Fiorello); Alberto Pancrazi (Ambrogio); Orch. of the TeatroCommunale, Bologna; Giacomo Sagripanti, cond.
4:30 Classical Music  MILHAUD Quatre Visage, Opus 238; Kenneth Martinson, viola, Christopher Taylor, piano (Centaur CRC 2479)  NOVÁK Lady Godiva, Opus 41; BBC Philharmonic, Libor Pešek, conductor (Chandos CHAN 9821).
5:00 Studio 360
with Kurt Andersen.  At the height of her fame, Juliette Binoche turned down roles in blockbusters to do European art-house films. So why did she decide to do Godzilla this year? We’ll talk to Mark Mothersbaugh, a founding member of Devo and in-demand film composer, who now has a major retrospective of his visual art. And we’ll meet another composer, whose music turns garden-variety haunted houses into something much scarier.
6:00 A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. A rebroadcast of a 2011 show from the Fitzgerald Theater. Tenor Raul Melo accompanies Garrison for a suite of sonnets, Cantus performs "Wanting Memories," and Heather Masse sings "Early Autumn." In Lake Wobegon, a big wind causes havoc all over town.
8:00 The Thistle & Shamrock with Fiona Ritchie. Tales for Hallow’s Eve. Hear music for the season and spine-chilling Scottish tales narrated by host Fiona Ritchie.
9:00 Fascinatin’ Rhythm with Michael Lasser. Down on the Street – In the 20th century, songs became more and more urban, more and more about city loving, down on the street.
10:00 Millennium of Music with Robert Aubrey Davis. Three Medieval Discs. We’ll journey from the time of the troubadours with the latest from All Francesca to the 14th century in Italy.
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26 SUNDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
5:00 Classical 24
8:00 With Heart & Voice with Peter Dubois. Reformation Sunday. The Reformation was seminal period in the life of the Church, and its impact on music for worship continues today. Hear great sacred choral and organ music from the Reformation and beyond.
9:00 Sunday Brunch with Gene Schiller. Enjoy three hours of your favorite music, as requested by the listeners of Hawaii Public Radio. To make your choice from our “musical brunch buffet” write to Sunday Brunch, Hawaii Public Radio, 738 Kaheka St., Honolulu, HI 96814. Or e-mail your request to us at: hprmusic@hawaiipublicradio.org (Subject: Sunday Brunch).
1:00 P.M. SymphonyCast BRAHMS Piano Conc. #2 in B-flat; Rudolf Buchbinder, piano; TCHAIKOVSKY Sym. #6 in b, Pathetique; New York Phil.; Alan Gilbert, cond.
3:00 Sunday Baroque. A celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it. Enjoy the tuneful and lively music of Bach, Vivaldi and Handel – and music by their talented contemporaries and predecessors – as part of the mix of familiar favorites and new surprises.
4:00 Harmonia with Angela Mariani  Spotlight on the New York Pro Musica, Part 2   Join us for some fun with bawdy songs, rounds and catches. Then, Wendy Gillespie brings us part two of a New York Pro Musica Antiqua retrospective. We'll also hear from a collection of dances and Gaelic laments in our featured release by Les Witches.
5:00 Weekend Radio
with Robert Conrad. Stuart McLean tells the story of “The Hairdresser.” We offer some choice Beyond the Fringe sketches. Jan C. Snow opines about “The Lost Chord,” John Aler sings about it. This Week in the Media.
6:00 The Dinner Party Download
7:00 Singing and Other Sins with Gary Hickling. Bizet’s Birthday. Not just the composer of Carmen, Bizet wrote many beautiful songs (melodies) and we’ll sample both those and some instrumental works of the master.
8:00 New Sounds  A Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra and Tubular Bells
9:00 The Early Muse with Ian Capps. Three of the Finest Baroque Lutherans. Martin Luther’s Reformation has inspired generations of composers to extraordinary heights of expression in the German language. We celebrate Reformation Day with the fine talent of three less well-known Cantors from Leipzig to remote Husum in the North.
10:00 Music from the Hearts of Space  A dark autumn journey to the twilight zone.
11:00 Music Through the Night

 

27 MONDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Mostly Baroque.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. BARBER Capricorn Concerto; Stephane Rancourt, oboe; John Gracie, trumpet; Karen Jones, flute; Royal Scottish National Orch.; Marin Alsop, cond.; GAUBERT Three Watercolors; Jeanne Baxtresser, flute; Alan Stepansky, cello; Pedjan Musijevic, piano; MOZART Piano Conc. #25 in C; Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano; Philharmonia Orch.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today  The Sinfonietta Riga is a new and vibrant young orchestra. With an average age of 27, they're on a mission to bring youth and vitality to everything they play. We'll go to their hometown of Riga, Latvia to hear them perform Josef Haydn's Symphony No. 85 in concert.
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part II: The New York Philharmonic  A continuation of our look at the history of the New York Philharmonic, including musician interviews and some of the orchestra’s most memorable performances.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. HUMMEL Piano Trio in G, Op. 65; Beaux Arts Trio; COWELL Persian Set; Manhattan Chamber Orch.; Richard Auldon Clark, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. PAGANINI Sonata Concertata; Gil Shaham, violin; Goran Sollscher, guitar; BARBER Souvenirs; Atlanta Sym. Orch.; Yoel Levi, cond.; GLAZUNOV Violin Conc. in a; Jascha Heifetz, violin; RCA Victor Sym. Orch.; Walter Hendl, cond.
8:00 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra BRUCH Scottish Fantasy; Noah Bendix-Balgley, violin; SCHUMANN Sym. #4 in d; MENDELSSOHN Hebrides Overt.; Nikolaj Znaider, cond.
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28 TUESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Legendary Voices.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. LARSSON Lyric Fantasy; Helsingborg Sym. Orch.; Andrew Manze, cond.; RESPIGHI Botticellian Tryptych; Academy of St. Martin; Neville Marriner, cond.; HINDEMITH Mathis der Maler Sym.; Boston Sym. Orch.; William Steinberg, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part II: The New York Philharmonic  A continuation of our look at the history of the New York Philharmonic, including musician interviews and some of the orchestra’s most memorable performances.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. DEBUSSY Pour le piano; Philippe Entremont, piano; FAURE Violin Sonata #1 in A; Shlomo Mintz, violin; Yefim Bronfman, piano
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. R. STRAUSS Prelude to Capriccio; New Stockholm Chamber Orch.; Esa-Pekka Salonen, cond.; HANSON Sym. #1, Nordic; Seattle Sym. Orch.; Gerard Schwarz, cond.; TCHAIKOVSKY Orch. Suite #4, Mozartiana; Stuttgart Radio Sym. Orch.; Neville Marriner, cond.
8:00 Collector’s Corner with Henry Fogel. The Art of Charles Munch – Program 4 of 4. SCHUBERT Sym. #9 in C, Great; Boston Sym. Orch.; WAGNER Immolation Scene from Die Gotterdammerung; Eileen Farrell, soprano; Boston Sym. Orch.; BRAHMS Sym. #4 in e; Boston Sym. Orch.; BERLIOZ Le Corsair Overt.; Boston Sym. Orch.
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29 WEDNESDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: Braein Food.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. HALVORSEN The Merchant of Venice Suite; Latvian National Sym. Orch.; Terje Mikkelsen, cond.; SVENDSEN Sym. #1 in D; Bournemouth Sym. Orch.; Bjarte Engeset, cond.; NIELSEN Wind Quintet; James Galway, flute; Bjorn Carl Nielsen, oboe; Niels Thomsen, clarinet; Jens Tofte-Hansen,bassoon; Bjorn Fosdal, horn
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part II: The New York Philharmonic  A continuation of our look at the history of the New York Philharmonic, including musician interviews and some of the orchestra’s most memorable performances.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. BACH Brandenburg Conc. #3; Philip Jones Brass Ensemble; RAMEAU Les Indes Galantes Suite; The Aulos Ensemble
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. MOZART Don Giovanni Overt.; Royal Concertgebouw Orch.; Nikolaus Harnoncourt, cond.; LIAPUNOV Rhapsody on Ukrainian Themes; Michael Ponti, piano; Westphalian Sym. Orch.; Siegfried Landau, cond.; GRANADOS Piano Trio; Beaux Arts Trio
8:00 Chicago Symphony Orchestra SMETANA The Moldau; TAKEMITSU riverrun; VILLA-LOBOS Amazonas; BEETHOVEN Sym. #6 in F, Pastoral; Juanjo Mena, cond.; MASON BATES Liquid Interface; Jaap von Zweden, cond.
10:00 Music Through the Night

 

30 THURSDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: New Names, New Recordings.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. TURINA Danzas Fantasticas; Cincinnati Sym. Orch.; Jesus Lopez-Cobos, cond.; LALO Symphonie Espagnole; Itzhak Perlman, violin; London Sym. Orch.; Andre Previn, cond.; BRAHMS Sym. #2 in d; Vienna Phil. Orch.; Carlos Kleiber, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part II: The New York Philharmonic  A continuation of our look at the history of the New York Philharmonic, including musician interviews and some of the orchestra’s most memorable performances.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. PROKOFIEV Lt. Kije Suite; Chicago Sym. Orch.; Fritz Reiner, cond.; HERBERT Cello Conc. #2 in e; Lynn Harrell, cello; Academy of St. Martin; Neville Marriner, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. FAURE Violin Sonata #2 in a; Shlomo Mintz, violin; Yefim Bronfman, piano; WARLOCK 6 English Tunes; London Festival Orch.; Ross Pople, cond.; BRAHMS String Quartet #3 in B-flat; Shanghai Quartet
8:00 New York Philharmonic HAYDN Sym. #88 in G; SCHUBERT Selected Songs; Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano; RAVEL Mother Goose Ballet; RAVEL La Valse; Alan Gilbert, cond.
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31 FRIDAY
12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night
8:30 Morning Café with Gene Schiller. Get the day going with a refreshing blend of music, The Writer’s Almanac, special features…and more music. Today’s theme: A Halloween Spook-tacular.
10:00 Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. BRITTEN Sinfonia da Requiem; London Phil. Orch.; Leonard Slatkin, cond.; BERNSTEIN Serenade, after Plato’s Symposium; Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; London Sym. Orch.; Andre Previn, cond.; DURUFLE Requiem; Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone; Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo-soprano; Orch. & Chorus of the Academy of St. Cecilia; Myung-Whun Chung, cond.
12:00 P.M. Performance Today
2:00 Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin  The Big Five, Part II: The New York Philharmonic  A continuation of our look at the history of the New York Philharmonic, including musician interviews and some of the orchestra’s most memorable performances.
3:00 Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. ROREM Lions; North Carolina Sym.; Grant Lewellyn, cond.; GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue; Earl Wild, piano; Boston Pops Orch.; Arthur Fiedler, cond.
6:06 Evening Concert with Joan Canfield. OFFENBACH La Vie Parisienne Overt.; City of Birmingham Sym. Orch.; Louis Fremaux, cond.; HOVHANESS Sym. #2, Mysterious Mountain; Chicago Sym. Orch.; Fritz Reiner, cond.; SAINT-SAENS Piano Conc. #4 in c; Pascal Roge, piano; Philharmonia Orch.; Charles Dutoit, cond.
8:00 Deutsches Welle Festival Concerts BACH Brandenburg Conc. #1 in F; W.F. BACH Conc. in e for harpsichord, strings and continuo; C.P.E. BACH Sym. in b; C.P.E. BACH Conc. in E-flat major for oboe, strings and continuo; J.C. BACH Sym. in g, Op. 6, No. 6; HAYDN Sinfonie #3, finale; BACH Selections from The Art of the Fugue; Raphael Alpermann, harpsichord; Xenia Loffler, oboe; AcademiefuralteMusik Berlin
10:00 Music Through the Night