First Mondays at 12:15 pm
A monthly series of chamber music broadcast live from the Chicago Cultural Center.
The Chicago Chamber Musicians give top artists – from Chicago and beyond – the opportunity to explore chamber repertoire together. WFMT’s Dennis Moore hosts the series which offers the full spectrum of chamber music with brass, strings, piano, vocalists, percussionists, woodwinds – in whatever combination the composer dreams for solo or small-group music-making. CCME First Monday Concerts are live, coming to WFMT from Preston Bradley Hall at the Chicago Cultural on the first Monday of every month.
There are no upcoming broadcasts at the moment.
Dvořák’s Piano Quintet
Hear Dvořák’s Piano Quintet performed by Joseph Genualdi, violin; Jasmine Lin, violin; Rami Solomonow, viola; and Ben Solomonow, cello.
Brahms D minor Violin Sonata and Hungarian dances
Violinist Joseph Genualdi plays the D minor Violin Sonata by Brahms and some Hungarian dances.
Bozza, Nielsen, and Reinecke
Erica Anderson (oboe and English horn), Jeremiah Frederick (horn), and Matt Hagle (piano) play Eugene Bozza’s Divertissement for English Horn and Piano Op. 39, Carl Nielsen’s Canto Serioso for Horn and Piano, and Carl Reinecke’s Trio for Oboe, Horn, and Piano.
Schubert, Newman, and Dohnányi
Jasmine Lin (violin), Anthony Devroye (viola), and Clancy Newman (cello) play Schubert’s Trio in B-flat, D 471 (1816) -Allegro, Clancy Newman’s Golden Blues for violin and cello, and Dohnányi’s Serenade for violin, viola, and cello, Op. 10 (1904).
Music by Mozart, Haydn, and Gebauer
In this program, Dennis Michel (bassoon), Kathleen Brauer (violin), and Mark Brandfonbrener (cello) play works by Mozart, Haydn, and Gebauer.
Bach Sonatas and Partitas for Violin
Joe Genualdi plays some of Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin.
Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major
Joseph Genualdi (violin), Rami Solomonow (viola), Ben Solomonow (cello), and John Thorne (flute) perform Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D Major. Beethoven’s String Trio in c minor, Op. 9 rounds out the program.