"Concertino da camera" (Saxophone Concertino)
| Jacques Ibert | Michael Whitcombe, sx; San Diego Chamber Orch/Donald Barra | Jacques Ibert: Divertissement, Concertino; Francis Poulenc: Sinfonietta
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Ring in the new year with the WFMT voices you know and love.
On each of the seven days of Kwanzaa, LaRob K. Rafael shares a reflection and a piece of music that exemplifies one of Kwanzaa’s seven principles.
Enjoy this festive celebration brimming with beautiful music for the season.
We take you to Paris for a live performance of this perennial favorite.
Enjoy an encore presentation of this Christmas Eve tradition, broadcast live from the Chapel of King’s College in Cambridge, England, earlier today.
A beloved Christmas Eve tradition, A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols sets a tone for Christmas Eve both contemplative and celebratory.
Enjoy music and conversation with the pathbreaking ensemble Imani Winds.
One of the premiere American vocal ensembles in concert.
A beloved program of Appalachian music for the holidays.
A cherished holiday tradition.
Maria Schneider’s music blurs the lines between genres.
The vocal ensemble Chicago a cappella highlights the creativity and vitality of American Jewish musical traditions.
A wealth of entertaining music, a hilarious lesson on how to prepare a classic Hanukkah dish, and a timeless and touching holiday story.
Wind and water are at the heart of Chicago’s identity; Dame Jane Glover leads a program inspired by our hometown.
A special program to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of “La Divina.”
A roundup of select concerts for the holiday season.
Jessie Montgomery, Carlos Simon, and Jasmine Barnes join WFMT to preview the season premiere of CSO MusicNOW.
The Music of the Baroque Chorus & Orchestra is conducted by Nicholas Kraemer and is joined by violinists Gina DiBello, Kathleen Brauer, and Kevin Case, as well as Brandon Acker on the lute.
An interview with one of the world’s most celebrated classical guitarists on the release of his new album, Baroque.
Julia Fischer performs Robert Schumann’s Violin Concerto.
Hillis was the first woman to regularly conduct a major symphony orchestra, she was the founder of the Chicago Symphony Chorus and served for thirty-seven years as its first director, winning nine Grammy Awards.
An interview with the pianist and author, including a listener’s guide to Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor.
Dame Jane Glover leads the chorus and orchestra in Bach’s Magnificat and Mozart’s Requiem.
The Cleveland-based baroque orchestra shares its new program, a sequel to their popular Sugarloaf Mountain: An Appalachian Gathering.
A conversation with the distinctive American pianist.