From the CSO’s Archives: The First 130 Years | U.S. Premieres by the CSO and Theodore Thomas

Works by Glazunov, Elgar, Sibelius, and Richard Strauss. 8:00 pm.

Exploring Music | The Violin Concerto

Sampling popular concertos by Beethoven, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky. Nightly this week at 7:00 pm.

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center | Haydn and Beethoven

A Haydn string trio and a Beethoven string quartet. 10:00 pm.

Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at a church in Germany: a chord change in an organ piece that is supposed to last for an entirety of 639 years.

Cremona Quartet: Italian Postcards

Celebrating 20 years of an illustrious international career with their 14th recording and first on Avie, the multiple award-winning Cremona Quartet sends Italian Postcards, assembling evocations of the country by four non-natives. Mozart penned his first string quartet during his first Italian journey to the town of Lodi. Hugo Wolf’s Italian Serenade takes its inspiration from poetry and ancient Italian ...

Fareed Haque and Friends [Rebroadcast]

Originally broadcast April 29, 2019. Fareed Haque, guitar Andrea James, soprano Quartet Risata Violin – Hanna Bingham Violin – Michael McGuan Viola – David Lee Cello – Kayla Steger Fareed Haque is a modern guitar virtuoso. Steeped in classical and jazz traditions, his unique command of the guitar and different musical styles inspire his musical ventures with tradition and fearless ...

American Music for Guitar and Piano

When they began playing together in 2017, guitarist Stefano Cardi and pianist Enrico Pieranunzi went in search of repertoire which would harmonize with their disparate musical backgrounds, that of a classical guitarist with a passion for jazz and blues, and a jazz pianist with a thorough grounding in the classics. They turned quickly to America, both north and south, and ...

The Violin Concerto

There is a saying in much of eastern Europe, “Every child is born with a violin under their pillow”. Parents dream of their child becoming a great violinist, not a doctor or a lawyer as so many do in America. Most composers have written at least one violin concerto hoping to challenge the soloist while creating a work of beauty. We ...

Exploring Music | The Violin Concerto

Sampling popular concertos by Beethoven, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky. Nightly this week at 7:00 pm.

The Berlin Philharmonic’s Furtwängler Broadcasts, III

Sampling some of the legendary conductor’s finest recordings; this week in music by Bruckner, Mozart, and Brahms.

Moszkowski: Orchestral Music, Volume 2 – Sinfonia Varsovia

The Polish composer Moritz Moszkowski (1854–1925) is best remembered for a handful of virtuoso piano pieces, but he also produced a substantial body of orchestral music, most of it unperformed for a century or more. The opening volume in this first-ever survey of his orchestral output presented the monumental symphonic poem Johanna d’Arc. On this latest release, two big-hearted Suites ...

Latin American Composers You SHOULD Know!

Heitor Villa-Lobos, Carlos Chávez, and Alberto Ginastera are at the prow of the Latin American music ship. On this episode of Fiesta, we go beyond those giants and feature other Latin American composers that you should know!

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