Thursdays at 9:00 pm
Enjoy great chamber works recorded live at the Chamber Music Festival.
The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival is known for its enduring commitment to tradition, artistic excellence, innovation, and vision. This radio series draws performances from the most recent summer festival in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Each broadcast hour contains two-to-three works representing the Festival’s commitment to core repertoire, as well as underperformed and newly-composed works. Performers provide commentary about the festival, their experience in Santa Fe, and the music.
There are no upcoming broadcasts at the moment.
Dowland, Bartók, and Poulenc
Hear a piece by Dowland played on piano, works by Bartók, and a cantata by Poulenc sung by David Kravitz.
Vivaldi, Ran, and Haydn
This program features both 18th century works by Vivaldi and Haydn, as well as a work by living composer Shulamit Ran.
A Premiere by Elizabeth Ogonek and a String Sextet by Dvořák
This program features a classic work by Czech composer Antonín Dvořák as well as world-premiere by living composer Elizabeth Ogonek.